Yume (The Blue Hearts song)

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"Yume"
Single by The Blue Hearts
from the album Stick Out[1]
A-side Yume
B-side Minagoroshi no Melody
Tokyo Zombie (Russian Roulette)
Released October 25, 1992
Recorded Avaco Creative Studio
Genre Rock
Length 7m32s
Label East West Japan
Writer(s) Masatoshi Mashima
Producer(s) The Blue Hearts
The Blue Hearts singles chronology
"Too Much Pain"
(1992)
"Yume"
(1992)
"Tabibito"
(1993)

"Yume" ( Dreams?) was the thirteenth single by the Japanese band The Blue Hearts and reached #14 on the Oricon charts in 1992. When it was rereleased on February 6, 2002, it again placed on the Oricon charts, peaking at #11.

Details[edit]

Neither B-side's, "Minagoroshi no Melody" (皆殺しのメロディー Massacre Melody) nor "Tokyo Zombie (Russian Roulette)" (東京ゾンビ(ロシアンルーレット)), were included on the Stick Out album with "Yume"; they had already been recorded on the previous album High Kicks.

Though "Yume" was recorded in a studio, the B-side tracks were recorded on June 2, 1992, as the opening songs for the final performance of the band's High Kick Tour. However, studio recordings were used for the High Kicks album.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stick Out. (Japanese) bluehearts.com. Accessed February 22, 2008.