Sphere (Japanese band)

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Sphere
Origin Japan
Genres J-pop
Years active 2009–present
Labels Lantis, Music Ray'n
Website www.planet-sphere.jp
Members

Sphere (スフィア Sufia?) is a J-pop idol unit made up of voice actresses who are all managed by Sony Music Entertainment's Music Ray'n subdivision, under the Lantis music label GloryHeaven. The group debuted in April 2009 releasing their first single "Future Stream", which was followed up with the June 2009 release of "Dangerous Girls" theme used in the opening animation of the PlayStation Portable game "Ken to Mahou Gakuen Mono 2" (known in the US as "Class of Heroes 2"). As all four are voice actresses, their music is frequently featured as theme songs to a variety of anime series, including First Love Limited, Sora no Manimani, Demon King Daimao, Asobi ni iku yo! and Ryūgajō Nanana no Maizōkin. The group features in the anime Natsuiro Kiseki, in which every member has a role as the four main characters.

Members[edit]

Discography[edit]

Source: [1]

Albums[edit]

  • A.T.M.O.S.P.H.E.R.E (23 December 2009)
  • Spring is Here (16 March 2011)
  • Third Planet (11 July 2012)

Singles[edit]

  • "Future Stream" (22 April 2009)
  • "Super Noisy Nova" (29 July 2009)
  • "Kaze o Atsumete/Brave My Heart" (25 November 2009)
  • "Realove:Realife" (21 April 2010)
  • "Now Loading... Sky!!" (28 July 2010)
  • "Moon Signal" (20 October 2010)
  • "Hazy" (5 May 2011)
  • "Let Me Do!!" (27 July 2011)
  • "High Powered" (26 October 2011)
  • "Non stop road/Ashita e no Kaerimichi" (25 April 2012)
  • "Pride on Everyday" (7 November 2012)
  • "Genesis Aria" (1 May 2013)
  • "Sticking Places" (27 November 2013)
  • "Eternal Tours" (26 February 2014)
  • "Kasukana Hisokana Tashikana Mirai" (14 May 2014)

Video Games[edit]

  • Ken to Mahou Gakuen Mono 2 [Class of Heroes 2] (June 2009)

See also[edit]

  • Sphere Club, a Japanese television series featuring the members of Sphere

References[edit]

  1. ^ Official Sphere discography. Retrieved 1 May 2012. (Japanese)

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