Hitomi Momoi

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Hitomi Momoi
桃井ひとみ
Birth name 桃井ひとみ[1]
Born (1974-04-01) April 1, 1974 (age 43)[2]
Origin Sapporo, Hokkaidō, Japan
Genres J-pop, trance, techno
Occupation(s) Singer, Songwriter
Years active 1995–present
Associated acts 1995–2009 P.O.R
2001–2006 I've Sound
Website Official site

Hitomi Momoi (桃井ひとみ, Momoi Hitomi?) is a J-pop singer, songwriter who is a member of Por, a duo which she and Ryo formed. Momo is a former member of the Japanese music production, I've Sound.

Chronology[edit]

  • 1995—P・o・r was formed
  • 2001—The name "P・o・r" changed as "Por". Momo joined I've Sound.
  • 2005—Live concert in Nippon Budokan (I've in Budokan 2005: Open the Birth Gate)
  • 2006—Momo graduated from I've Sound and continued her singing career with her group Por.
  • 2009—Por breaks up and Momo, who changed her name to Hitomi Momoi, her real name, stars her solo career and publishes her first single, "Yuudachi". In this single, she counts with the collaboration of Atsuhiko Nakatsubo and Fish Tone, former I've Sound instrumentists. The single contains two songs: One of them is the one that gives the name of the single and the B side's title is "Hanausagi".

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Solo albums[edit]

Year Information Oricon chart peaks
Daily Weekly Monthly Yearly
2011 Kaeru no Uta
  • Released: May 11, 2011

As P.O.R[edit]

Year Information Oricon chart peaks
Daily Weekly Monthly Yearly
1995 RISE
1997 Yuuenchi
2000 Kamihanki
  • Released: August 01, 2000
2001 Shimohanki
  • Released: March 03, 2001
Orgel
  • Released: December 10, 2001
2003 CYCLE
  • Released: May 05, 2003
2004 Kotodama Sakiwau Uta
  • Released: January 01, 2004
Thalys
  • Released: October 01, 2004
2006 Kono Yubi Tomare
  • Released: March 04, 2006

Singles[edit]

Maxi Singles[edit]

Year Title Oricon chart peaks Album
Daily Weekly Monthly Yearly
2009 "Yuudachi"

As P.O.R[edit]

Year Title Oricon chart peaks Album
Daily Weekly Monthly Yearly
2000 "Christmas☆Chef" Orgel
2002 "Soup" Kotodama Sakiwau Uta
2003 "Motto Motto" Kaeru no Uta

Other songs[edit]

Solo works[edit]

Year Title Album Track
2001 "The whereabouts in the sun"
2004 "Niji no Umareru Machi (虹の生まれる街?)" Spotlight Kid #01
2009 "Wonderful Days" SALON MUZIK #??

I've Sound works[edit]

Year Title Album Track
2001 "Uneasy -Remix-" A Compilation Album of PC-Game Musics "G-Mix" #05
"Velocity of Sound" Out Flow #11
"Philosophy" Collective #05
2002 "DROWNING" Disintegration #08
"GREEDY" Lament #07
"D-THREAD"
"DROWNING -Ghetto Blaster Style-" I've Mania Tracks Vol.I #02
2003 "Koi no Magnet (恋のマグネット?)" I've Mania Tracks Vol.III #07
"D-THREAD -Remix-"
"Konata Yori Kanata Made (こなたよりかなたまで?)" I've Mania Tracks Vol.II #07
2004 "Spillage" I've Mania Tracks Vol.III #11
"Philosophy (Mixed up ver.)" Mixed Up #04
2007 "Cherish" EXTRACT CD2#08

As I've Special Unit[edit]

Year Title Album Track
2003 "See You ~Chiisana Eien~ (P.V Ver.) (See You 〜小さな永遠〜?)" I've Mania Tracks Vol. I #13
2005 "Fair Heaven" G.C.Best

As P.O.R[edit]

Year Title Album Track
2001 "Kimi wo Omoidasu (君を思い出す?)" A Compilation Album of PC-Game Musics "G-Mix" #11
Footnotes
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