Flowers for Algernon (album)

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Flowers for Algernon
Kyosuke Himuro - Flowers for Algernon.jpg
Studio album by Kyosuke Himuro
Released September 1, 1988
Genre Rock, pop
Length 46:36
Label Toshiba-EMI
Producer Ken Yoshida, Kyosuke Himuro
Kyosuke Himuro chronology
Flowers for Algernon
(1988)
Neo Fascio
(1989)Neo Fascio1989

Flowers for Algernon is the first solo album by Japanese singer Kyosuke Himuro. Japanese rock group Boøwy, to which he once belonged, disbanded and this album was released as his solo debut five months later.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Angel"
  2. "Roxy"
  3. "Love & Game"
  4. "Dear Algernon"
  5. "Sex & Clash & Rock 'n' Roll"
  6. "Alison"
  7. "Shadow Boxer"
  8. "Taste of Money"
  9. "Stranger"
  10. "Pussy Cat"
  11. Hitori Fashizumu (独りファシズム?, Alone Fascism)

Singles[edit]

  • Angel (His debut single) — #1
  • Dear Algernon — #2

Episode[edit]

Himuro was influenced by the novel Flowers for Algernon and composed his second single "Dear Algernon".[citation needed]

The lyricist of the album's last song "Hitori Fascism" is folk musician Shigeru Izumiya.[citation needed]