Impact Exciter

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Impact Exciter
Album Impact Exciter Cover.jpg
Studio album by Nana Mizuki
Released 7 July 2010 (Japan)
29 October 2010 (Taiwan)
20 July 2011 (S. Korea)
20 February 2012 (China)
Genre J-pop, Pop rock, Electronic rock, Synthpop
Length 68:14
Label King Records
Nana Mizuki chronology
Ultimate Diamond (2009) Impact Exciter (2010) The Museum II (2011)
Singles from Impact Exciter
  1. "Mugen"
    Released: 28 October 2009
  2. "Phantom Minds"
    Released: 13 January 2010
  3. "Don't be Long"
    Released: 13 January 2010
  4. "Silent Bible"
    Released: 10 February 2010

Impact Exciter is the eighth studio album by Japanese voice actress and pop singer Nana Mizuki. It was released on 7 July 2010 in Japan in two editions: a CD only edition and a limited CD+DVD edition. The limited edition includes a special box, a 77-minute DVD and a 48-page hardback photobook. This also became Mizuki's first foreign released album because of the cooperation between King Records and Gold Typhoon Music in Taiwan. The Taiwanese edition was released on 29 October 2010.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Time to Impact Exciter
  2. Next Arcadia
  3. Myusterion (ミュステリオン?)
  4. Silent Bible
  5. Young Alive!
  6. Scoop Scope
    • Lyrics: Yūmao
    • Composition, arrangement: Shinya Saitō
  7. Dragonia
  8. "Mugen" (夢幻?, Fantasy)
    • Lyrics: Nana Mizuki
    • Composition: Agematsu Noriyasu (Elements Garden)
    • Arrangement: Junpei Fujita (Elements Garden)
    • Second opening theme for TV anime White Album
  9. Karen Moyou (夏恋模様?)
    • Lyrics: Fujibayashi Shouko
    • Composition, arrangement: Saito Yuya
  10. Koi no Yokushiryoku (恋の抑止力-type EXCITER-?, Love Deterrence -Type Exciter-)
    • Lyrics: Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker sound team
    • Composition: Akihiro Honda
    • Arrangement: Daisuke Kikuta (Elements Garden)
  11. Phantom Minds
  12. Strobe Cinema (ストロボシネマ?)
    • Lyrics: Sayuri Katayama
    • Composition, arrangement: Shogo Ohnishi
    • Ending theme for Tokyo FM Nana Mizuki's M world (水樹奈々のMの世界?)
  13. Toraware no Babel (囚われのBabel?)
    • Lyrics: Gorō Matsui
    • Composition, arrangement: Junpei Fujita (Elements Garden)
  14. Albireo (アルビレオ?)
    • Lyrics, composition: Nana Mizuki
    • Arrangement: Hitoshi Fujima (Elements Garden)
  15. Don't be long
  16. July 7 (7月7日?)
    • Lyrics: Nana Mizuki
    • Composition: Mika Agematsu
    • Arrangement: Hitoshi Fujima (Elements Garden)[1]

Limited DVD Mizuki Academy tracklist[edit]

  1. [Lesson 1: English] Nana in London - Ultimate Diamond Shooting Movie (with English subtitle)
  2. [Lesson 2: Gymnastics] Ehime Mandarin Pirates First Pitch Ceremony
  3. [Lesson 3: Society] Minetopia Besshi Social Studies Field Trip
  4. [Lesson 4: Science] National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation Science Field Trip
  5. [Lesson 5: Home Economics] Teacher Nana's Chasse Recipe
  6. [Lesson 6: Dance] Choreography Music Video "Koi no Yokushiryoku -type EXCITER-"
  7. [Lesson 7: Japanese] Lyrics Commentary and Music Video "July 7"

Charts[edit]

Oricon Sales Chart (Japan)[edit]

Chart Peak position First-day/week sales Sales total Chart run
Oricon Daily Charts 2 36,292 (First day) 126,175  17 weeks
Oricon Weekly Charts 2 93,364
Oricon Monthly Charts 7 114,843
Oricon Yearly Charts 65 124,514

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Retrieved July 7, 2010