Core of Soul

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Core of Soul
Origin Japan
Genres Pop, pop rock, downtempo, R&B
Years active 1998–2006
Labels Toshiba-EMI
Members Iizuka Keisuke
Nakamura Fukiko (Fukko)
Song Rui

Core of Soul (formerly Core of Sun) is a Japanese pop/downtempo band. The group formed when Song met Nakamura and Iizuka at a school in Osaka. They disbanded March 24, 2006 after completing their Asian tour in Osaka.

Members[edit]

  • Fukiko Nakamura (中村 蕗子, Nakamura Fukiko, born March 14, 1983) - Vocals
  • Rui Song (ソン ルイ, Son Rui, born November 13, 1981) - Guitar and Bass, Beijing native
  • Keisuke Iizuka (飯塚 啓介, Iizuka Keisuke, born January 9, 1983) - Programmer

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Natural Beauty (2002) Reached #35
  • Over The Time "Time Is Over" (2003) Reached #49
  • Rainbow (2003) Reached #99
  • 3 (2004) Reached #134
  • One Love, One Day, One Life (2006) Reached #134
  • The Best (2006)

Singles[edit]

  • "Photosynthesis" (2001) Reached #82
  • "Natural Beauty" (2001) Failed to chart
  • "Full Moon Prayer" (2001) Reached #62
  • "Flying People" (2002) Reached #60
  • "Hanawa / Tsuki de Matsu Kimi" (花環 / 月で待つ君) (2003) Reached #87
  • "Make Me a Woman" (2003) Reached #85
  • "Purple Sky" (2004) Reached #91
  • "Ageha" (アゲハ) (2005) Reached #90
  • "Yumenori Riders" (夢乗りRiders) (2005) Reached #146

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