Guitarissimo

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Guitarissimo
Miwa - guitarissimo reg.jpg
Studio album by miwa
Released April 6, 2011 (2011-04-06)
Recorded 2010–2011
Genre J-pop, Pop Rock
Length 1:05:50
Label Sony
SRCL-7597 (CD+DVD)
SRCL-7599 (regular edition)
Producer
miwa chronology
Guitarissimo
(2011)
Guitarium
(2012)
Limited edition with DVD
CD+DVD limited edition cover.
CD+DVD limited edition cover.
Singles from Guitarissimo
  1. "Don't Cry Anymore"
    Released: July 14, 2010
  2. "Little Girl"
    Released: June 23, 2010
  3. "Change"
    Released: September 1, 2010
  4. "Otoshimono"
    Released: December 1, 2010
  5. "Haru ni Nattara"
    Released: February 23, 2011

Guitarissimo (stylized as guitarissimo) is the debut studio album by Japanese singer-songwriter miwa. The album was released on April 6, 2011.

The album was originally scheduled to release a week earlier, on March 30; however, due to the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami which happened prior to the original release date as well as its after-effects, the release date was delayed by a week.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by miwa.

No. Title Arranger Length
1. "Arienai!!" (ありえない!! lit. "No Way!!") Naoki-T 4:21
2. "Don't Cry Anymore" Quatre-M, Naoki-T 4:40
3. "Friend (Kimi ga Waraeba)" (friend 〜君が笑えば〜) Naoki-T 5:43
4. "Haru ni Nattara" (春になったら lit. "When It Becomes Spring") L.O.E 4:53
5. "Hys-" Akihisa Matsuura 3:30
6. "Otoshimono" (オトシモノ lit. "Lost Item") Matsuura 5:28
7. "Dear Days" Matsuura 5:34
8. "Samenai Yume" (醒めない夢) Quatre-M 3:26
9. "Change" Naoki-T 4:09
10. "Megurogawa" (めぐろ川 lit. "Meguro River"; strings version) Daishi Kataoka 5:48
11. "Hatsu Natsu" (ハツナツ) Matsuura 4:16
12. "Little Girl" (リトルガール) Kataoka 4:20
13. "Bokura no Mirai" (僕らの未来) L.O.E 5:16
14. "Tsuyoku Naritai" (つよくなりたい) Quatre-M 4:29
Total length: 1:05:50

Charts[edit]

Guitarissimo became the first debut album by a solo singer-songwriter born in the Heisei period to debut at number one, on Oricon's albums chart.[1]

Chart Peak position Sales total
Oricon Daily Chart 1 14,343
Oricon Weekly Chart 1[1] 50,386
Oricon Monthly Chart 3[citation needed] 58,600

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b (in Japanese) "現役大学生miwa、平成生まれのソロ歌手初の1stアルバム首位". Oricon. April 12, 2011. Retrieved April 12, 2011. 

External links[edit]

  • Sony Music Guitarissimo profile (in Japanese) - CD+DVD; CD-only