Destiny Line

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Destiny Line
Destiny Line cover.jpg
Studio album by Leah Dizon
Released September 12, 2007
Genre J-pop
Length 53:45
Language Japanese, English
Label Victor Entertainment
Leah Dizon chronology
Destiny Line (2007) Communication!!! (2008)
CD + DVD cover
CD + DVD cover
Singles from Destiny Line
  1. "Softly"
    Released: February 14, 2007
  2. "恋しよう♪"
    Released: May 30, 2007
  3. "L・O・V・E U"
    Released: August 8, 2007

Destiny Line is the debut studio album by American-born Japanese pop singer Leah Dizon. It was released on September 12, 2007 by Victor Entertainment. Dizon herself also wrote or co-wrote 10 of the tracks.

Tie-ups and theme songs[edit]

  • "Softly" — was used as the Terebi Tokyo TV show Webtama's ending theme song.
  • "恋しよう♪" — was used for a Lotte Rich Fruits Chocolate (Strawberry/Raspberry) TV ad as well as the CM.
  • "Could you be that one?" — was used in the TV ad for the PlayStation 3 game titled Ninja Gaiden Sigma.
  • "L・O・V・E U" — was used as the Shueisha magazine PINKY's CM song.
  • "Are you feelin' for me?" — was used in the Lotte Rich Fruits Chocolate (European Pear) TV ad.

Dizon starred in all of the ads.

Music videos[edit]

There are a total of 5 music videos (also known as PVs) on the album. They are "Softly", "Everything Anything", "Koi Shiyō♪", "L・O・V・E U", and "Again and Again". The DVD edition also comes with an exclusive interview with Dizon and a behind the scenes look of the album titled "Real Peek". "Again and Again" is a special album PV. It was used to promote the album.

CD track listing[edit]

# Title Songwriters
1. "Impossible" Leah Dizon. Mika Arata 3:24
2. "Everything Anything" Himari Michikawa 4:55
3. "Missing" Leah Dizon. Mika Arata 5:28
4. "恋しよう♪" (Koi Shiyō; Let's Love) Leah Dizon. Mika Arata 4:16
5. "運命線" (Unmeisen; Destiny Line) Leah Dizon, Maiko Emura 3:20
6. "Could You Be That One?" Leah Dizon, Maiko Emura 3:15
7. "Are You Feelin’ for Me?" Leah Dizon 3:09
8. "Softly" Kanata Okajima 4:57
9. "Time (Clock of the Heart)" (Culture Club cover song) George O’Dowd, Jon Moss, Micheal Craig, Roy Hay 4:18
10. "アイシテル~Love Story" (Aishiteru; I Love You) Leah Dizon 3:41
11. "Wonderlin'" Nao Tanaka 3:15
12. "L・O・V・E U" Leah Dizon. Mika Arata 4:19
13. "Drive Me Crazy" Leah Dizon. Mika Arata 3:18
14. "Again and Again" Leah Dizon 4:10
15. [CD-only Bonus Track] Koi Shiyō♪ (yasutaka nakata-capsule mix) Leah Dizon. Mika Arata 6:18

DVD track listing[edit]

# Title
1. "Softly" <PV>
2. "Everything Anything” <PV>
3. "恋しよう♪" (Koi Shiyou♪; Let's Love) <PV>
4. " L.o.v.e U" <PV>
5. "Again and Again" <PV>
6. "Real Peek" Off-Shot Footage <video clip>

Oricon sales charts (Japan)[edit]

Release Chart Peak Position First Week Sales Sales Total Chart Run
September 12, 2007 Oricon Daily Albums Chart 4
Oricon Weekly Albums Chart 9 27,502 55,091 9 weeks
Oricon Monthly Albums Chart
Oricon Yearly Albums Chart

Singles - Oricon Sales Chart (Japan)[edit]

Release Single Chart Peak Position
February 14, 2007 "Softly" Oricon Daily Singles Chart 5
Oricon Weekly Singles Chart 7
May 30, 2007 "Koi Shiyō♪" Oricon Daily Singles Chart 5
Oricon Weekly Singles Chart 7
August 8, 2007 "L.o.v.e U" Oricon Daily Singles Chart 11
Oricon Weekly Singles Chart 16