Ringo Sheena discography

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Ringo Sheena discography
Studio albums 5
Compilation albums 5
EPs 2
Singles 15
Soundtrack albums 1
Tribute albums 2

The solo discography of Ringo Sheena features five studio albums, four compilation albums, two extended plays and 15 singles. These were released on the Toshiba EMI sublabel East World from 1998 to 2000, before Shiina moved to the Virgin Music sub-label. In April 2013, EMI Music Japan was absorbed into Universal Music Japan, meaning all releases since 2013 have been on the new EMI R sub-label of Universal.

Studio albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions Sales (JPN)[1] Certifications
JPN
[2]
TWN East Asian
[3][A][B]
Muzai Moratorium (無罪モラトリアム?, "Innocent Moratorium") 2 1,434,000
Shōso Strip (勝訴ストリップ?, "Lawsuit Winning Strip")
  • Released: March 31, 2000 (JPN)
  • Label: Virgin Music
  • Formats: CD, vinyl, digital download
1 2,333,000
  • RIAJ: 2× Million[8]
Kalk Samen Kuri no Hana (加爾基 精液 栗ノ花?, "Chalk, Semen, Chestnut Flower")
  • Released: February 23, 2003 (JPN)
  • Label: Virgin
  • Formats: CD, vinyl, digital download
1 410,000
  • RIAJ: 2× Platinum[9]
Sanmon Gossip (三文ゴシップ?, "Superficial Gossip")
  • Released: June 24, 2009 (JPN)
  • Label: Virgin
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 6 202,000
Hi Izuru Tokoro (日出処?, "Land of the Rising Sun") 3 6 100,000
"—" denotes items which were released before the creation of the G-Music Chart, or items that did not chart.

Cover albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions Sales (JPN)[1] Certifications
JPN
[2]
TWN East Asian
[3][B]
Utaite Myōri: Sono Ichi (唄ひ手冥利 ~其ノ壱~?, "A Singer's Luck: Part One")
  • Released: May 27, 2002 (JPN)
  • Label: Virgin
  • Formats: 2CD, digital download
1 397,000
  • RIAJ: Platinum[12]
Gyakuyunyū: Kōwankyoku (逆輸入~港湾局~?, "Reimport: Ports and Harbours Bureau")
  • Self-cover album
  • Released: May 27, 2014 (JPN)
  • Label: EMI R
  • Formats: CD, digital download
3 6 45,000
"—" denotes items which were released before the creation of the G-Music Chart, or items that did not chart.

Soundtrack[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions Sales (JPN)[1] Certifications
JPN
[2]
TWN
[13]
TWN East Asian
[3][B]
Heisei Fūzoku (平成風俗?, "Heisei Manners")
  • As Ringo Shiina & Neko Saito, soundtrack for Sakuran
  • Released: February 21, 2007 (JPN)
  • Label: Virgin
  • Formats: CD, DVD video,[D] vinyl, digital download
1[E] [F] 2 175,000

Extended plays[edit]

List of extended plays, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions Sales (JPN)[1] Certifications
JPN
[2]
Ze-Chyou Syuu (絶頂集?, "The Acme Collection")
  • Three 8cm single box set
  • Released: September 13, 2000 (JPN)
  • Label: Virgin
  • Formats: 3CD, digital download
1 430,000
  • RIAJ: Platinum[15]
Saturday Night Gossip (サタデーナイト・ゴシップ?, Satadēnaito Goshippu)
  • Released: August 26, 2009 (JPN)
  • Label: Virgin
  • Formats: Vinyl
100 1,400

Compilation albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions Sales (JPN)[1] Certifications
JPN
[2]
TWN East Asian
[3][B]
Watashi to Hōden (私と放電?, "Electric Discharge & Me")
  • B-side compilation
  • Released: July 2, 2008 (JPN)
  • Label: Virgin
  • Formats: 2CD, digital download
4 3 153,000
Mora
  • Box set of first three studio albums, "Ringo no Uta" and Watashi to Hōden
  • Released: November 25, 2008 (JPN)
  • Label: Virgin
  • Formats: 4CD, 6DVD audio (96kHz/24bit)
32[G] 9,000
Ukina (浮き名?, "Scandal")
  • Collaborations compilation album
  • Released: November 13, 2013 (JPN)
  • Label: EMI Records Japan
  • Formats: CD
5 9 35,000
Mitsugetsu-shō (蜜月抄?, "Honeymoon Excerpt")
  • Live recording compilation album
  • Released: November 13, 2013 (JPN)
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD, digital download
6 24,000
Chuíxián Sān Chǐ (Chinese: 垂涎三尺, "Mouth Watering")[H]
  • Released: June 24, 2015 (TWN)
  • Label: Universal Taiwan
  • Formats: CD
5
"—" denotes items which were released before the creation of the G-Music Chart, or items that did not chart.

Singles[edit]

As a lead artist[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales (JPN)[1] Certifications Album
JPN Oricon
[2]
JPN Hot 100
[17][I][J]
TWN East Asian
[3][B]
"Kōfukuron" (幸福論?, "A View of Happiness") 1998 10[K] 261,000[L]
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[27]
Muzai Moratorium
"Kabukichō no Joō" (歌舞伎町の女王?, "Queen of Kabukichō") 50 51,000
  • RIAJ (cellphone): Gold[28]
"Koko de Kiss Shite." (ここでキスして。?, "Kiss Me Here") 1999 10 70[M] 309,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[29]
  • RIAJ (cellphone): Gold[30]
"Honnō" (本能?, "Instinct") 2 998,000
  • RIAJ (physical): 2× Platinum[7]
  • RIAJ (cellphone): Gold[28]
Shōso Strip
"Gips" (ギブス?, Gibusu) 2000 3 714,000
  • RIAJ (physical): 2× Platinum[31]
  • RIAJ (cellphone): Gold[32]
"Tsumi to Batsu" (罪と罰?, "Crime and Punishment") 4 546,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[6]
"Mayonaka wa Junketsu" (真夜中は純潔?, "Chastity at Midnight") 2001 2 375,000[N]
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[33]
Non-album single
"Stem (Daimyō Asobi-hen)" (茎~大名遊ビ編~?, "Stem (At Play with a Feudal Lord)") 2003 1 187,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[9]
Kalk Samen Kuri no Hana
"Ringo no Uta" (りんごのうた?, "A Song of Apples") 2 114,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[34]
Non-album single[O]
"Kono Yo no Kagiri" (この世の限り?, "Limits of this World")
(Ringo Sheena & Neko Saito + Junpei Shiina)
2007 8 54,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[35]
Heisei Fūzoku
"Ariamaru Tomi" (ありあまる富?, "Excessive Wealth") 2009 3 5 13 75,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[36]
  • RIAJ (cellphone): Gold[37]
  • RIAJ (PC): Gold[38]
Hi Izuru Tokoro
"Carnation" (カーネーション?, Kānēshon) 2011 5 5 35,000
"Jiyū e Michizure" (自由へ道連れ?, "Traveling Companion to Freedom")[39] 2012 5
  • RIAJ (PC): Gold[40]
"Irohanihoheto" (いろはにほへと?) 2013 8 4 25,000
"Kodoku no Akatsuki" (孤独のあかつき?, "The Solitude of Dawn") 72
"Nippon" 2014 9 2 25,000
  • RIAJ (digital): Gold[41]
"Shijō no Jinsei" (至上の人生?, "A Life Supreme") 2015 12 8 11,000 Non-album single
"Saihate ga Mitai" (最果てが見たい?, "I Want to See the Very End")[42] 41
"Nagaku Mijikai Matsuri" (長く短い祭?, "A Long and Short Festival") 6 2 4 34,000
  • RIAJ (digital): Gold[43]
"Kamisama, Hotokesama" (神様、仏様?, "God, nor Buddha") 38
"—" denotes items which were released before the creation of the G-Music or Billboard Japan Hot 100 charts, or items that did not chart.

As a collaborating artist[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales (JPN)[1] Album
Oricon Singles Charts
[2]
Billboard Japan Hot 100
[17][P]
"Where Is the Love"[48]
(Junpei Shiina featuring Ringo Sheena)
2002 Discover
"Kiken Sugiru" (危険すぎる?, "Too Dangerous")[Q]
(Kenichi Asai)
2006 14 21,000 Johnny Hell
"Amai Yamai" (あまいやまい?, "Sweet Sickness")
(Maboroshi featuring Ringo Sheena)
2009 [R] Maboroshi no Shi
"My Foolish Heart"
(Soil & "Pimp" Sessions featuring Ringo Sheena)
85 6
"Kirakira Bushi" (きらきら武士?, "Shining Samurai")[S]
(Rekishi featuring Deyonna)
2011 20 Rekitsu
"Koroshiya Kiki Ippatsu" (殺し屋危機一髪?, "Close Shave Assassin")
(Soil & "Pimp" Sessions featuring Ringo Sheena)
2013 14 18 12,000 Circles
"Apple"
(Towa Tei with Ringo Sheena)
76[T] 60 600 Lucky
"Yasashii Tetsugaku" (やさしい哲学?, "Kind Philosophy")
(Tomita Lab featuring Ringo Sheena)
[U] Joyous
"Kono Yo wa Fushigi" (この世は不思議?, "This World Is Mysterious")
(Tomita Lab featuring Yuko Hara, Ken Yokoyama, Ringo Sheena, Yu Sakai)
[V]
Nijikan Dake no Vacance feat. Shiina Ringo (二時間だけのバカンス?, "A Vacation for Only Two Hours"))
(Hikaru Utada featuring Ringo Sheena)
2016 - 23 150,000 Fantôme
"—" denotes items which were released before the creation of the Billboard Japan Hot 100, or items that did not chart.

Promotional singles[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
Billboard Japan Hot 100
[17][W]
"Kyogenshō" (虚言症?, "I Am a Liar") 2000 Shōso Strip
"Yattsuke Shigoto" (やっつけ仕事?, "Rush Job") Ze-Chyou Syuu
"I Won't Last a Day Without You"
(with Hikaru Utada)
2002 Utaite Myōri
"Momen no Handkerchief" (木綿のハンカチーフ?, "Cotton Handkerchief")
(with Nao Matsuzaki)
"Spica" (スピカ?, Supika)[X] Ichigo Ichie Sweets for My Spitz
"Karisome Otome (Death Jazz Ver.)" (カリソメ乙女?, "Temporary Virgin")
(Ringo Sheena x Soil and "Pimp" Sessions)
2006 Heisei Fūzoku / Sanmon Gossip
"Suberidai" (すべりだい?, "Slide")[Y] 2008 91 Watashi to Hōden
"Shun" (?, "Season") 2009 36 Sanmon Gossip
"Ryūkō" (流行?, "Vogue") 74
"Between Today and Tomorrow" 2012 Ukina
"It Was You" 2013
"Netsuai Hakkakuchū" (熱愛発覚中?, "Detecting Love")
(with Yasutaka Nakata)
6
"Seishun no Matataki" (青春の瞬き?, "Flicker of Youth") 2014 41 Gyakuyunyū: Kōwankyoku
"Sakasa ni Kazoete" (逆さに数えて?, "Count Backwards") 91 "Nippon" (single)
"Arikitari na Onna" (ありきたりな女?, "An Ordinary Woman") 46 Hi Izuru Tokoro
"Hashire Wa Number" (走れゎナンバー?, "Go, Rental Car")[59] 43
"—" denotes items which were released before the creation of the Billboard Japan Hot 100, or items that did not chart.

Other appearances[edit]

List of non-studio album or guest appearances that feature Ringo Sheena. Some collaborations were compiled on Ukina (2013).
Title Year Album Notes
"Becoming"
(Takashi Taniguchi)
1998 Becoming Chorus
"Rock & Hammer"
(Takashi Taniguchi)
"Shiroi Yume" (白い夢?, "White Dream")
(Heart Bazaar)
1999 Baobab Piano
"Good for Us!"
(Rie Tomosaka)
Murasaki Background chatter
"Kageriyuku Heya" (翳りゆく部屋?, "Darkening Room")[Z] Dear Yuming Yumi Matsutoya cover
"Stem" 2004 Our Last Day: Casshern Official Album Album version arrangement with English lyrics
"Crazy Days Crazy Feeling"
(Zazen Boys)
Zazen Boys II Chorus
"Anminbō" (安眠棒?, "Stick of Peaceful Sleep")
(Zazen Boys)
"You Make Me Feel So Bad"
(Zazen Boys)
"Rockin' Luuula" (ロッキンルーラ?, Rokkun Rūra)
(Mo'some Tonebender)
2005 Rockin' Luuula Piano, chorus
"Mashed Potato Boogie" (マッシュポテト・ブギー?, Masshupoteto Bugī)
(Mo'some Tonebender)
Kazoo
"Tokai no Yoru, Watashi no Machi" (都会の夜 わたしの街?, "Urban Night, My Town")
(Tomita Lab featuring Yuko Hara, Ken Yokoyama, Ringo Sheena, Yu Sakai)
2013 Joyous
"Ashita no Hito" (明日の人?, "Tomorrow's Person")
(José James featuring Ringo Sheena)
2014 While You Were Sleeping (Japanese Edition)

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The G-Music chart was established in July 2005 and only archives the top 20 releases.
  2. ^ a b c d e Positions was taken as follows: Heisei Fūzoku 2007 week 9, Heisei Fūzoku Daiginjō 2007 week 18, Sanmon Gossip 2007 week 27, Watashi to Hōden 2007 week 30, "Ariamaru Tomi" 2009 week 22, Ukina 2014 week 21, Gyakuyunyū: Kōwankyoku 2014 week 37, Hi Izuru Tokoro 2014 week 45, Chuíxián Sān Chǐ,[4] "Nagaku Mijikai Matsuri"/"Kamisama, Hotokesama".[5]
  3. ^ Muzai Moratorium later received a 3× Platinum certification for 1,200,000 copies, however the 3× Platinum threshold was changed to 750,000 copies in 2003.
  4. ^ Released as Heisei Fūzoku Daiginjō (平成風俗 大吟醸?, "Japanese Manners Premium") with 96k/24bits sound, music videos and animations.
  5. ^ Also charted at number 18 on DVD chart.
  6. ^ Charted at number 19 on the audiovisual chart.
  7. ^ Also charted at number 25 on the DVD chart.
  8. ^ Compilation album released exclusively in Taiwan to commemorate Sheena's first concert performed there.
  9. ^ The Japan Hot 100 was established in February 2008.
  10. ^ Sources for chart positions are as follows: "Koko de Kiss Shite",[18] "Ariamaru Tomi",[19] "Carnation",[20] "Jiyū e Michizure",[21] "Irohanihoheto",[22] "Kodoku no Akatsuki",[22] "Nippon",[23] "Shijō no Jinsei",[24] "Saihate ga Mitai",[25] "Nagaku Mijikai Matsuri",[26] "Kamisama, Hotokesama".[26]
  11. ^ Charting position for 1999 12cm re-release. Original edition did not chart.
  12. ^ Does not include sales of the 8cm edition, as it never charted in the top 100.
  13. ^ Charted in 2009.
  14. ^ Includes sales from the preceding vinyl release of the single.
  15. ^ Though not included on a solo album by Sheena, "Ringo no Uta" was self-covered by her band Tokyo Jihen on their debut album Kyōiku (2004).
  16. ^ Sources for chart positions are as follows: "My Foolish Heart",[44] "Kirakira Bushi",[45] "Koroshiya Kiki Ippatsu",[46] "Apple".[47]
  17. ^ Featured in chorus.
  18. ^ Charted at number 92 on the Hot Top Airplay chart.[49]
  19. ^ Recorded under the pseudonym Deyonna.
  20. ^ 2015 vinyl release.
  21. ^ Charted at number 40 on the Adult Alternative Airplay chart.[50]
  22. ^ Charted at number 23 on the Adult Alternative Airplay chart.[51]
  23. ^ Sources for chart positions are as follows: "Suberidai",[52] "Shun",[53] "Ryūkō",[53] "Netsuai Hakkakuchū",[54] "Seishun no Matataki",[55] "Sakasa ni Kazoete",[56] "Arikitari na Onna",[57] "Hashire wa Number".[58]
  24. ^ Credits:
    • Fusafumi Adachi (足立房文?) (from Fujifabric) – drums
    • Uni Inoue – arrangement, bass, lute, programming, recording, sleigh bells, tambourine, toy percussions, vocoder, zills
    • Ringo Sheena – arrangement, celesta, drums, piano, sleigh bells, tambourine, toy percussions, vocals, wind chimes
  25. ^ Originally released in 1998 on the "Kōfukuron" single.
  26. ^ Credits:
    • Uni Inoue (井上雨迩?) – recording, mixing
    • Seiji Kameda – arrangement, bass
    • Chieko Kinbara Group (金原千恵子グループ?) – strings
    • Hiroshi Kitashiro (北城浩志?) – synthesizer operator
    • Noriyasu "Kaasuke" Kawamura (川村カースケ智康?) – drums
    • Yoichiro "Yokan" Mizue (水江ヨーカン洋一郎?) – french horn
    • Susumu Nishikawa – guitar
    • Ringo Sheena – vocals

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