Five-star (album)

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Five-star
Greatest hits album by YUKI
Released October 3, 2007
Recorded 2001-2007
Genre Pop
Label Epic
Producer YUKI
YUKI chronology
WAVE
(2006)WAVE2006
Five-star
(2007)
Ureshikutte Dakiau Yo
(2010)Ureshikutte Dakiau Yo2010

"Five-star" is the first greatest hits album by J-pop singer Yuki, released on October 3, 2007 in Japan. This album commemorates the fifth anniversary of her solo debut. The album was released in two formats, a CD only version and a CD+DVD version, which is in a black-and-silver or white-and-gold leather slipcase.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Arranger(s) Length
1. "The End of Shite" Aiha Higurashi Aiha Higurashi Aiha Higurashi  
2. "Prism (プリズム)" Yuki Andy Sturmer Andy Sturmer、John Fields  
3. "66db" Yuki Yuki Yuki, Atsushi Yuasa  
4. "Stand Up! Sister (スタンドアップ!シスター)" Yuki Kiichiro Namba Shigekazu Aida, Yuki & Prismic Yuki Band  
5. "Sentimental Journey (センチメンタルジャーニー)" Yuki Tomoya Matsuura    
6. "Humming Bird (ハミングバード)" Yuki, Caravan Caravan Shigekazu Aida,
Strings arranged by Neko Saito
 
7. "Home Sweet Home" Yuki Yusuke Tanaka Yusuke Tanaka  
8. "Hello, Goodbye (ハローグッバイ)" Yuki, Kōichi Tsutaya Kōichi Tsutaya Atsushi Yuasa  
9. Untitled Yuki, Kōichi Tsutaya Kōichi Tsutaya Yusuke Tanaka, Atsushi Yuasa  
10. "Nagai Yume (長い夢, Long Dream)" Yuki Kōichi Tsutaya Kōichi Tsutaya  
11. "Dramatic (ドラマチック)" Yuki Kōichi Tsutaya Kōichi Tsutaya  
12. "Yorokobi no Tane (歓びの種, Seed of Happiness)" Yuki Kōichi Tsutaya Masanori Shimada  
13. "Melancholinista (メランコリニスタ)" Yuki Kōichi Tsutaya    
14. "Fugainaiya (ふがいないや, Worthless)" Yuki Kōichi Tsutaya Kenji Tamai, Atsushi Yuasa  
15. "Hoshikuzu Sunset (星屑サンセット, Stardust Sunset)" Yuki mugen Yuki, Kenji Tamai, Atsushi Yuasa, mugen,
Strings arranged by Ittetsu Gen
 
16. "Biscuit (ビスケット)" (Bonus track) Yuki Kōichi Tsutaya Yuki, Takibie  
DVD
No. Title Length
1. "Biscuit" (Music video)  
2. "Yukinko (ゆきんこ, snow child) around the world" (episodes 1-12)  

Release history[edit]

Country Date
Japan October 3, 2007