Parallel Universe (Garnet Crow album)

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Parallel Universe
Parallel Universe - Garnet Crow.jpg
Studio album by Garnet Crow
Released December 8, 2010 (2010-12-08)
(see release history)
Recorded 2010
Genre J-Pop
Label Giza Studio
Producer Hirohito Furui
Garnet Crow chronology
Stay: Yoake no Soul
Parallel Universe
Singles from Parallel Universe
  1. "Over Drive"
    Released: April 14, 2010

Parallel Universe is the eighth studio album by Japanese group Garnet Crow.[1] The album was released on December 8, 2010, by Giza Studio. The lead single, "Over Drive", was released on April 14, 2010. The album's limited edition comes with a DVD of the band's concert, "GARNET CROW Symphonic Concert 2010 ~All Lovers~". The album reached #10 rank in Oricon for first week. It charted for 7 weeks.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks are composed by Yuri Nakamura, written by Nana Azuki and arranged by Hirohito Furui. [3]

No. Title Length
1. "Aozora Kanata (アオゾラ カナタ)"   5:20
2. "As the Dew ~album version~"   4:29
3. "Over Drive"   4:27
4. "Tell Me Something"   4:59
5. "Mayoi no Mori (迷いの森)"   4:03
6. "Sora ni Hanabi (空に花火) ~orchestra session~"   4:35
7. "Nagisa to Secret Days (渚とシークレットデイズ)"   4:24
8. "The Crack-up"   5:09
9. "Strangers"   4:39
10. "Kyou to Asu to (今日と明日と)"   3:46
11. "Over Drive ~theater version~*"    
  • Only released on regular edition.


  • Tell Me Something was used as the ending theme for the TV show "Tonari no Terekin-chan"
  • Sora ni Hanabi was used as ending theme for TBS program Uwasa no! Tokyo Magazine
  • As the Dew was used as opening theme for anime Detective Conan
  • Over Drive was used as theme song for anime movie Detective Conan: The Lost Ship in the Sky