KinKi Single Selection

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KinKi Single Selection
Greatest hits album by KinKi Kids
Released May 17, 2000 (2000-05-17)
Genre J-pop
Length 62:45
Label Johnny's Entertainment
JECN-0010
KinKi Kids chronology
C Album
(1999)
KinKi Single Selection
(2000)
KinKi Karaoke Single Selection
(2000)
Singles from KinKi Single Selection
  1. "Happy Happy Greeting/Cinderella Christmas"
    Released: December 9, 1998 (1998-12-09)
  2. "Ame no Melody/To Heart"
    Released: October 6, 1999 (1999-10-06)
  3. "Suki ni Natteku Aishiteku/KinKi no Yaru Ki Manman Song"
    Released: March 8, 2000 (2000-03-08)

KinKi Single Selection is the first greatest hits album by Japanese duo KinKi Kids. The album was released on May 17, 2000 and debuted at the top of the Oricon charts, selling 712,340 copies in its first week.[1] The album eventually went on to sell over 1,200,000 copies by the end of the year and was certified Million by RIAJ.[2]

Track list[edit]

CD
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Theme of KinKi Kids '00"     Seikō Nagaoka (長岡成貢?)  
2. "Garasu no Shōnen" (from album B Album) Takashi Matsumoto (松本 隆?) Tatsuro Yamashita (山下達郎?)  
3. "Aisareru yori Aishitai" (from album B Album) Hiromi Mori (森浩 美?) Kōji Makaino (馬飼野康二?)  
4. "Jet Coaster Romance" (from album B Album) Matsumoto Yamashita  
5. "Zenbu Dakishimete" (from album C Album) Chinka Ko (康珍 化?) Takuro Yoshida (吉田拓郎?)  
6. "Ao no Jidai" (from album C Album) Canna Canna  
7. "Happy Happy Greeting"   Matsumoto Yamashita  
8. "Cinderella Christmas" (シンデレラ・クリスマス) Matsumoto Shin Tanimoto (谷本 新?)  
9. "Yamenai de, Pure" (from album C Album) Shizuka Ijyuin (伊集院静?) Kyohei Tsutsumi (筒美京平?)  
10. "Flower" (from album C Album) Hal Hal, Nehi (音妃?)  
11. "Ame no Melody" (雨のMelody) Ko Toshifumi Muto (武藤敏史?), Hideaki Sakai (坂井秀陽?)  
12. "To Heart"   Yōji Kubota (久保田洋司?), E.Komatsu Ayumi Miyazaki (宮崎 歩?)  
13. "Suki ni Natteku Aishiteku" (好きになってく 愛してく) Tsuyoshi Domoto Koichi Domoto  

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2000年06月第1週のアルバムランキング情報". Oricon. Retrieved November 1, 2009.  (Japanese)
  2. ^ "2000 Million-Seller List". RIAJ. Retrieved November 1, 2009.  (Japanese)

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