Riot Girl

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Riot Girl
Studio album by Aya Hirano
Released Japan 16 July 2008
Recorded 2006–2008
Genre J-pop, Techno Pop
Length 62:32
Label Lantis
Producer Yuka Sakurai
Aya Hirano chronology
Riot Girl
(2008)
Speed Star
(2009)

Riot Girl is the debut studio album from J-pop star and voice actress Aya Hirano. It was released on 16 July 2008. It contains songs from her entire non-character song discography up until her 2008 single, "Unnamed World." It contains 7 all-new songs and the A-side songs from her first 7 singles (with the exception being the B-side of Unnamed World instead of the A-side). The album made its debut on the Oricon charts at number 6, selling approximately 23,000 units in its first week of sales. [1]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Arrangement Length
1. "LOVE★GUN"   Aya Hirano Katsuhiko Kurosu nishi-ken, Katsuhiko Kurosu 3:50
2. "Hero"   Aya Hirano nishi-ken nishi-ken 4:23
3. "MonStAR"   meg rock Katsuhiko Kurosu nishi-ken 4:23
4. "Ashita no Prism (明日のプリズム?)"   Saori Kodama Hiroyuki Maezawa Daisuke Kato 4:00
5. "Breakthrough (Album Ver.)"   Ikuko Ebata TARAWO Katsuhiko Kurosu 3:23
6. "Bōken Desho Desho? (冒険でしょでしょ??)" (The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya opening theme) Aki Hata Akiko Tomita Takahiro Endo 4:19
7. "Aimai Scream (曖昧スクリーム?)"   meg rock Katsuhiko Kurosu nishi-ken 4:40
8. "Yorokobi no Uta (ヨロコビの歌?)"   Saori Kodama Katsuhiko Kurosu Katsuhiko Kurosu 4:41
9. "Maybe I can't good-bye."   Aya Hirano Katsuhiko Kurosu Katsuhiko Kurosu 4:05
10. "Neophilia"   Aya Hirano, Aki Hata Shinya Saito Shinya Saito (Guitar by Yutaka Ishii, Bass by Katsuhiko Kurosu) 4:14
11. "Harmonia Vita" (Sigma Harmonics theme song) Aki Hata Shinya Saito Shinya Saito 5:20
12. "For you"   Aya Hirano Katsuhiko Kurosu Katsuhiko Kurosu 4:30
13. "Hōshi no Kakera (星のカケラ?)"   Aya Hirano Shinya Saito Shinya Saito, Kaoru Okubo 5:57
14. "RIOT GIRL"   Aya Hirano nishi-ken nishi-ken 4:51

Re-release Bonus Tracks[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ >"Oricon Weekly Album Charts for the fourth week of July 2008" (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved 2010-06-23.