Kesenai Tsumi

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"Kesenai Tsumi"
Single by Nana Kitade
from the album 18: Eighteen
Released October 28, 2003
Format CD Single
Genre Pop, Rock
Length 19:00
Label Sony Music Japan
Producer(s) Nishikawa Susumu
Nana Kitade singles chronology
- "Kesenai Tsumi"
(2003)
"Utareru ame"
(2004)

"Kesenai Tsumi" (消せない罪 Unfading Sin?) is the debut single by Japanese rock singer Nana Kitade.[1] The song was used as the first ending theme to the anime Fullmetal Alchemist. The single reached #14 on the Oricon Charts and stayed on the charts for a total of twenty-two weeks, selling a total of 65,525 copies.

Music video[edit]

The music video for "Kesenai Tsumi" starts out with the image of a doll version of Kitade, that is being slowly pieced together. Throughout the video are images of pale red flowers, masks floating in a bubbly space and Kitade in a black dress. At the end of the video, Kitade is shown fully human, singing against a blue backdrop with the words "Debut" and "北出菜奈" (Kitade Nana) in white text.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Kesenai Tsumi (消せない罪 Unfading Sin?)"   Nana Kitade, Susumu Nishikawa 4:14
2. "Shunkan (瞬間 Instant?)"   Kitade, Tatsuya Kikuchi 4:54
3. "Iryuhin (遺留品 Something I Lost?)"   Kitade, Nishikawa 4:58
4. "Kesenai Tsumi (消せない罪 Unfading Sin?)" (Instrumental Version) Kitade, Nishikawa 4:14
Total length:
18:20

Raw "Breath" Track[edit]

"Kesenai Tsumi: Raw "Breath" Track" is an acoustic rearrangement of the song. It was released a month after the original "Kesenai Tsumi". The single reached #87 and charted for eleven weeks on the Oricon Charts.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Kesenai Tsumi (消せない罪 Unfading Sin?)" (~raw "breath" track~) Nana Kitade, Susumu Nishikawa 4:35
2. "Shunkan (瞬間 Instant?)" (~raw "pain" track~) Kitade, Tatsuya Kikuchi 4:39
3. "Kesenai Tsumi (消せない罪 Unfading Sin?)" (~raw "breath" track~ Instrumental Version) Kitade, Nishikawa 4:33
Total length:
13:47

Charts[edit]

Release Title Oricon singles sales chart peak positions and sales Album
Daily Weekly Monthly Yearly Debut Overall
10/29/2003 "Kesenai Tsumi" -- 14 -- -- 12,916 Copies 65,525 Copies 18: Eighteen
11/2003 "Kesenai Tsumi: Raw "Breath" Track" -- 87 -- -- -- Copies 11,913 Copies

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nana Kitade Discography Official Site

External links[edit]