Eternal Flame (album)

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Eternal Flame
Eternal Flame Do As Infinity album cover.jpg
Studio album by Do As Infinity
Released September 30, 2009
Genre J-pop
Length 57:41
Label Avex Trax
Producer Seiji Kameda
Do As Infinity chronology
Do As Infinity: Final
Do the Best "Great Supporters Selection"
Do the Box
Minus V
(2006)Do As Infinity: Final2006
Eternal Flame

Eternal Flame is Do As Infinity's seventh studio album, released on September 30, 2009. The band had disbanded in September 2005, but reformed three years later in September 2008. This is the first new album the band released after reforming, and is the first album by the band not to have Dai Nagao on the staff, though his song "Tangerine Dream" was remixed as a bonus track. The album contains twelve music tracks plus one bonus track for the limited edition first print release of Eternal Flame. Two of the tracks were originally featured on Do As Infinity's 21st single "∞1" (2009). Three of the songs were featured on Japanese television: "Saigo no Game", "Meramera", and "Piece Of Your Heart". Two different editions of the album were released, CD and CD+DVD.[1]

Between March 14 and April 14, 2009, a contest called Do! Creative!! was held to give Do As Infinity fans a chance to compose songs that the band would later perform. Of the approximately 1000 songs received, three were chosen to be placed on Eternal Flame: "Nighter" composed by Yu, "Kitakaze" composed by Yosuke Kawashima, and "Honō" composed by Shinpei.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All music arranged by Seiji Kameda.

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Eternal Flame" Kanata Alexis Okajima Takumi Ishida 6:26
2. "Saigo no Game" (最後のGAME Last Game) Kano Inoue Masato Kitano 3:31
3. "Perfect World" Hiroaki Hayama Hiroaki Hayama 5:02
4. "Namonaki Kakumei" (名もなき革命 Nameless Revolution) Kano Inoue Kazuto Ikeda 3:54
5. "Nighter" (ナイター Naitā) Kano Inoue Yu 3:47
6. "Feelin' The Light" Kanata Alexis Okajima Hiroaki Hara 3:42
7. "Meramera" (メラメラ Flaring Up) Kana Inoue, Zenta Zenta 3:35
8. "Piece Of Your Heart" Ryo Owatari Takumi Ishida 4:15
9. "Kitakaze" (北風 North Wind) Kano Inoue Yosuke Kawashima 4:19
10. "His Hometown" Kano Inoue Uka 4:41
11. "Honō" ( Flame) Ryo Owatari Shinpei 5:05
12. "Umareyuku Monotachi e" (生まれゆくものたちへ To Those Being Born) Kana Inoue, Junya Urushino Yoshihiro Suda 4:36
Bonus track on first pressing
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
13. "Tangerine Dream (10th Anniversary)[A]" Naoto Suzuki Dai Nagao 4:48
No. Title Length
1. "Eternal Flame" (Music video)  
2. "Saigo no Game" (Music video)  
3. "Umareyuku Monotachi e" (Music video)  
4. "Do As Fukkatsu Made no Kiseki[B]" (Do As復活までの軌跡 Do As Tracks Until Revival) (documentary)  

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2009) Peak
Sales Time in
Japan Oricon 9[3] 24,838 7 weeks


  • A "Tangerine Dream (10th Anniversary)" was a bonus track only featured in the limited edition first print CD release of Eternal Flame.[1]
  • B The documentary "Do As Fukkatsu Made no Kiseki" was bonus footage only featured in the limited edition first print CD+DVD release of Eternal Flame.[1]


  1. ^ a b c "Discography Do As Infinity Official Website" (in Japanese). Avex Group. Retrieved January 15, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Do! Creative!!" (in Japanese). Avex Group. Archived from the original on September 20, 2010. Retrieved January 23, 2010. 
  3. ^ "Eternal Flame" (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved January 23, 2010. 

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