K. Juno

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K. Juno is a rock singer and songwriter from Japan.[1]

Music style[edit]

As a vocalist, Juno sings like a 1980s hard rock singer, while she writes rather 1970s rock flavored music. Juno also wrote the lyrics to the theme song for the Japanese CG animation Voices of a Distant Star by Makoto Shinkai, titled "Through the Years and Far Away (Hello, Little Star)".

Discography[edit]

Solo albums[edit]

  • Love Me (2000, mini album, 5 tracks)
  • Juno Vol. 1 plus Fate (2005, 10 tracks)
  • Amazing Grace (Out of the Holy Hands of Fate) (2007, CD-R, 4 tracks) (sung in Japanese)

Singer/songwriter albums[edit]

Wave (Morrigan)[edit]

  • Feline Groove II (2003, 1 new / 16 tracks)
  • Voyager (2004, 1 new / 1 remix / 10 tracks plus bonus)
  • Mo Nakanaide (2004, 2 new / 9 tracks)
  • Avalon (2004, 3 new / 16 tracks; album arranged for Fate/stay night)
  • Caldes (2005, 3 new / 16 tracks)
  • Aria (2006, 1 new / 14 tracks)
  • White Avalon (2006, 4 new / 22 tracks)
  • Yoru o Koete (2007, 1 new / 2 remix / 8 tracks)
  • Archiv-East (2007, 1 remix / 38 tracks)
  • Message (2007, 4 new/9 remix/13 tracks, all sung by K. Juno)

Cranky[edit]

  • Rave-Slave (2003, 1 remix / 14 tracks)

PsG System Laboratory[edit]

  • Artifact (2003, 3 new / 39 tracks; Tsukinosabaki & Typing Moon Online original soundtrack)
  • Typing Moon (2003, online typing game)

Fusion Works[edit]

  • Aura - 12 Pieces of Remedy (2006, 1 new / 12 tracks)

Kenichi Kitakata[edit]

  • Believe (2007, CD-R, backup vocals)

As a lyricist[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "K. JUNO on sure rock.net". surerock.net. Retrieved 13 November 2010. 

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