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Orange Range - musiQ album cover.jpg
Studio album by Orange Range
Released December 1, 2004
Genre Alternative rock, rap rock, pop rock
Length 65:35
Label SME/GR8! Records
Producer Satori Shiraishi
Orange Range chronology
1st Contact

MusiQ is the second studio album by Japanese rock band Orange Range released on December 1, 2004.

The album featured four hit singles all of which reached the top of the Japanese Oricon charts; "Michishirube: A Road Home", "Locolotion", "Chest", and their most successful song "Hana". Likewise, the album itself debuted at the number-one on the chart and retained the position for two consecutive weeks.

MusiQ has sold in excess of 2.6 million copies in Japan alone, making it the number one album on the country's year-end charts of the following year.[1] The album is also their most successful album to date.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by the Orange Range, unless otherwise indicated

  1. "Ka・Ri・Su・Ma" (Naoto)
  2. "Chest (チェスト)"
  3. "Locolotion (ロコローション)" (Orange Range, Gerry Goffin, Carole King)[nb 1]
  4. "Ishin Denshin (以心電信)"
  5. "Zung Zung Funky Music"
  6. "Padi Bon Mahe (パディ ボン マヘ)" (Naoto)
  7. "City Boy (シティボーイ)"
  8. "Xie Xie (謝謝)" [nb 2]
  9. "Danshi-ing Session (男子ing Session)"
  10. "Beat Ball"
  11. "Michishirube ~a road home~ (ミチシルベ 〜a road home〜)"
  12. "Hana (花)"
  13. "Full Throttle"
  14. "Matsuri Danshaku (祭男爵)"
  15. "Papa"
  16. "Hub Star"
  17. "Oh! Yeah"
  18. "SP Thanx"
  19. "Cipangu 2 Cipangu (ジパング2ジパング)" (Naoto)


  1. ^ Originally songwriting credit cited only the band as its composer at the time the song was released as a single in June 2004.
  2. ^ Note that "Xie Xie" can also be found written with alternative spellings "Sha Sha" and "Shei Shei".

Charts and certifications[edit]

Chart Provider Peak
Weeks Certification Sales
Japanese Albums Chart (Top 200) Oricon/RIAJ 1 66 11x Platinum (Double million)[2] 2.6 million + [3]


  1. ^ "2005 Japanese Oricon Year-end Albums Chart". Oricon. Retrieved 2008-07-16. 
  2. ^ "RIAJ Certified Awards (December 2004)" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2008-07-16. 
  3. ^ "Yamachan Land - Albums Chart Daijiten - Orange Range" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2008-07-16. 
Preceded by
SentimentaLovers by Ken Hirai
Japanese Oricon Albums Chart number one album
December 13, 2004 - December 20, 2004
Succeeded by
My Story by Ayumi Hamasaki