Grapefruit (album)

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Grapefruit
Studio album by Maaya Sakamoto
Released April 23, 1997
Recorded 1996, 1997
Genre J-Pop
Length 51:59
Label Victor Entertainment
Producer Yoko Kanno
Maaya Sakamoto chronology
Grapefruit
(1997)
Dive
(1998)
Singles from Grapefruit
  1. "Yakusoku wa Iranai"
    Released: April 24, 1996

Grapefuit (グレープフルーツ Gureipufuruto?) is the debut studio album of Japanese singer Maaya Sakamoto.[1] Production and all music composition was by Yoko Kanno, but she wrote the lyrics for the songs "Migi Hoppe no Nikibi" and "Orange Iro to Yubikiri", and co-wrote a third, "Feel Myself", with Yūho Iwasato.

Track listing[edit]

All music composed by Yoko Kanno.

CD (VICL-60012)
No. Title Lyrics Length
1. "Feel Myself"   Yūho Iwasato, Maaya Sakamoto 6:56
2. "I and I"   Yūho Iwasato 5:18
3. "Grapefuit (グレープフルーツ Gureipufuruutsu?)"   Yūho Iwasato 5:23
4. "Migi Hoppe no Nikibi (右ほっペのニキビ A Pimple On My Right Cheek?)"   Maaya Sakamoto 4:05
5. "Pocket wo Kara ni Shite (ポケットを空にして Empty the Pocket?)"   Yūho Iwasato 4:04
6. "Orenji Iro to Yubikiri ((オレンジ色とゆびきり A Orange Color and a Pinky Promise?)"   Maaya Sakamoto 4:46
7. "Aoi Hitomi (Remix) (青い瞳 Blue Eyes?)"   Yūho Iwasato 3:19
8. "Yakusoku wa Iranai (約束はいらない I Don't Need Promises?)"   Yūho Iwasato 3:34
9. "My Best Friend" (English version of "Tomodachi") Etsuko 3:42
10. "Kaze ga Fuku Hi (Maaya version) (風が吹く日 The Day When the Wind Blows?)"   Yūho Iwasato 5:56
11. "Sono Mama de Ii n da (そのままでいいんだ It's Okay That Way?)"   Gabriela Robin 4:51
Total length:
51:59

Charts[edit]

Chart Peak
position
Sales Time in
chart
Oricon Weekly Albums #76[2] 3,980 1 week

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Grapefuit at JVC Music Website". Retrieved 2008-09-04. 
  2. ^ "Grapefuit Oricon Page". Retrieved 2008-09-04. 

Other track appearances[edit]