Love Jam

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Love Jam
LOVE JAM.jpg
Studio album by Ai Otsuka
Released November 16, 2004 (2004-11-16)
Recorded 2004
Genre J-pop
Length 44:41
Label Avex Trax
AVCD-17537 (Japan, CD+DVD)
AVCD-17538 (Japan, CD)
Producer Ai Otsuka
Ai Otsuka chronology
"Love Punch"
(2004)
"Love Jam"
(2004)
"Love Cook"
(2005)
Alternative cover
CD+DVD Cover
Singles from Love Jam
  1. "Happy Days"
    Released: 7 July 2004
  2. "Kingyo Hanabi"
    Released: 5 December 2007
  3. "Daisuki da yo."
    Released: 20 October 2004
  4. "Kuroge Wagyu Joshio Tan Yaki 680 Yen"
    Released: 9 February 2005

Love Jam is the second album by Ai Otsuka, released on 17 November 2004 under the Avex Trax record label.[1] This album was available in CD and CD+DVD editions. The first-press of the CD Only edition came with an 80-page illustration book drawn by Ai Otsuka herself (limited to 200,000 copies). The album hit #30 in 2005, selling 414,513 copies. In total, the album has sold about 656,708 copies.

The CD+DVD edition (with a different cover) came with a DVD containing the animated version of Daisuki da yo's PV, which featured Otsuka's LOVE characters. The DVD also included a short film starring Otsuka involving the Kingyo Hanabi track.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Ai.

CD
No. Title Arranger(s) Length
1. "Superman" (スーパーマン) Ai×Ikoman  
2. "Happy Days" Ai×Ikoman  
3. "Strawberry Jam" Ai×Ikoman  
4. "Daisuki Da yo." (大好きだよ。; I Love You.) Ai×Ikoman
Strings arrangements: Ittetsu Gen
 
5. "Sensu" (扇子; Fan) Ai×Ikoman  
6. "Mousou Choppu" (妄想チョップ; Crazy Chop) Ai×Ikoman  
7. "Pompon" (ポンポン) Ai×Ikoman, Akinori Suzuki  
8. "Futatsuboshi Kinenbi" (ふたつ星記念日; Two Stars Remembrance Day) Ai×Ikoman  
9. "Kingyo Hanabi" (金魚花火; Goldfish Fireworks) Ai×Ikoman  
10. "Kuroge Wagyuu Joushio Tan Yaki 735 Yen" (黒毛和牛上塩タン焼735円; Salty Grilled Tongue of Black Cow 735 Yen) Ai×Ikoman  
11. "Friends" (フレンズ) Ai×Ikoman
Strings arrangements: Ittetsu Gen
 
DVD
No. Title Length
1. "Love's Story ~Daisuki Da yo.~" (Short Film)  
2. "Short Film ~Kingyo Hanabi~" (Short Film)  

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