Ebichū no Zeppan Best: Owaranai Seishun

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Ebichū no Zeppan Best: Owaranai Seishun
Shiritsu Ebisu Chugakū - Ebichū no Zeppan Best ~Owaranai Seishun~ (DFCL-1956) cover.jpg
Greatest hits album by Shiritsu Ebisu Chugaku
Released November 21, 2012 (2012-11-21) (Japan)
Genre J-pop, pop
Label Defstar Records
Shiritsu Ebisu Chugaku chronology
Ebichū no Zeppan Best: Owaranai Seishun
(2012)
Chūnin
(2013)
Singles from Ebichū no Zeppan Best: Owaranai Seishun
  1. "Asa no Chime ga Narimashita!"
    Released: February 14, 2010
  2. "Ebizori Diamond!!"
    Released: August 7, 2010
  3. "Chime! / Doshaburi Regret"
    Released: January 10, 2010
  4. "The Tissue (Tomaranai Seishun)"
    Released: April 27, 2011
  5. "Oh My Ghost? (Watashi ga Akuryō ni Natte mo)"
    Released: July 27, 2011
  6. "Motto Hashire!!"
    Released: October 5, 2011

Ebichū no Zeppan Best: Owaranai Seishun (エビ中の絶盤ベスト~おわらない青春~, "Ebichu's Best of Out of Print: Neverending Youth") is a best-of-indies album by the Japanese girl group Shiritsu Ebisu Chugaku (also called Ebichu for short).[1][2] It was released on November 21, 2012[3][4][5][6] on the Sony Music Entertainment Japan's label Defstar Records.

Background[edit]

The album is primarily a complete collection of the songs from Shiritsu Ebisu Chugaku's six indie singles. It also contains five tracks that were not released on CD before: "Ebiture", "Ebichū Shusseki Bangō no Uta Sono 1", "Isshō Tomodachi", "Mata Ashita", "Yakusoku".[7] The first track, titled "Ebiture", is a warm-up opening number that starts Ebichu's concerts.[8]

Track listing[edit]

CD
No. Title Notes Length
1. "Ebiture" (ebiture Ebichūre) First time on CD  
2. "Naniganandemo (Ebichu Ver.)" (なにがなんでも(エビ中ver.), "Whatever It Takes") From the Ebichu's cover single; the song is originally by Sakurakko Club  
3. "Dai Bakuhatsu No. 1" (大爆発NO.1, "The Big Explosion No. 1") From the Ebichu's cover single; the song is originally by Zone  
4. "Ebizori Diamond!!" (えびぞりダイアモンド!!, "Shrimp Jump Diamond") 1st single  
5. "Chime!" (チャイム!, "School Bell!") 2nd single  
6. "Doshaburi Regret" (どしゃぶりリグレット, "Heavy-raining Regret") 2nd single  
7. "The Tissue (Tomaranai Seishun)" (ザ・ティッシュ〜とまらない青春〜, "The Tissue (Unstoppable Youth)") 3rd single  
8. "Ebichū Isshūkan" (エビ中一週間, "One Week in a Shrimp") 3rd single "The Tissue (Tomaranai Seishun)" coupling track  
9. "Oh My Ghost? (Watashi ga Akuryō ni Natte mo)" (オーマイゴースト?〜わたしが悪霊になっても〜, "Oh My Ghost? (Even if I Turn into an Evil Spirit)") 4th single  
10. "Gozonji! Ebichū Ondo"" (ご存知!エビ中音頭, "You Know! Ebichu Marching Song") 4th single "Oh My Ghost? (Watashi ga Akuryō ni Natte mo)" coupling track  
11. "Motto Hashire!!" (もっと走れっ!!, "Run Faster!!") 5th single  
12. "Uretai Emotion!" (売れたいエモーション!, "Emotion of Wanting to Be Successful!") 5th single "Motto Hashire!!" coupling track  
13. "Eien ni Chūgakusei" (永遠に中学生, "Middle School Students Forever") 5th single "Motto Hashire!!" coupling track  
14. "Ebichū Shusseki Bangō no Uta Sono 1" (エビ中 出席番号のうた その1, "Ebichu Student Numbers Song Part 1") First time on CD  
15. "Isshō Tomodachi" (イッショウトモダチ, "Best Friends") First time on CD  
16. "Yakusoku" (約束, "Promise") First time on CD  
17. "Mata Ashita" (また明日, "See You Tomorrow") First time on CD  

Bonuses[edit]

First press
  • A trading card randomly selected from 9 kinds[9]
  • Ticket for a buyer-selectable lottery
    • Award Ē: TBA
    • Award Bī: Signing event ticket[10]
Store benefits
  • A poster featuring covers of the group's indie singles[10]

Charts[edit]

Chart (2012) Peak
position
Sales
(Oricon)
First
week
Total
Oricon Daily Albums Chart 9
Oricon Weekly Albums Chart 19 8,760 8,760

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