Shinshoku Dolce

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Shinshoku Dolce
Shinshoku Dulce Cover.png
Studio album by Kanon Wakeshima
Released February 11, 2009
Recorded March 2008 - November 2008
Genre Neoclassical dark wave
Length 41:00
Label DefStar Records
Producer Mana
Kanon Wakeshima chronology
Shinshoku Dolce
(2009)
Lolitawork Libretto
(2010)Lolitawork Libretto2010
Singles from Shinshoku Dolce
  1. "Still Doll"
    Released: May 28, 2008
  2. "Suna no Oshiro"
    Released: November 12, 2008

"Shinshoku Dolce" ("侵食ドルチェ, Sweetness Violation) is the debut album by singer and cellist Kanon Wakeshima.[1] The album was preceded by two singles: "Still Doll" and "Suna no Oshiro". Both of those singles were used in the anime Vampire Knight. The success of those singles led to Kanon being nominated for the Best Newcomer award at the fourth annual Shōjo Beat Music Awards.[2]

The album was released on February 11, 2009 in Germany, France, and Europe, and on February 18, 2009 in Japan in both Limited and Regular editions. The limited edition of the CD came with a DVD of her videos "Suna No Oshiro", and "Still Doll".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Sweet Ticket" 1:19
2. "Shinku no Fetarizumu (真紅のフェータリズム, Crimson Fatalism)" 2:51
3. "Kagami (, Mirror)" 3:07
4. "Still Doll" (Album Version) 3:44
5. "Maboroshi (マボロシ, Illusion)" 3:40
6. "Ennui Kibun! (アンニュイ気分!, Dull Mood!)" 3:19
7. "Suna no Oshiro (砂のお城, Sand Castle)" 3:09
8. "Monochrome Frame" 3:50
9. "L'espoir ~Mahou no Akai Ito~ (L'espoir ~魔法の赤い糸~, Hope ~Special Red Thread~)" 3:13
10. "Kuroi Torikago (黒い鳥籠, Black Bird Cage)" 2:54
11. "skip turn step♪" 4:36
12. "Shiroi Kokoro (白い心, White Heart)" 3:22
13. "Sweet Dreams" 1:34
Total length: 41:00
Limited Edition DVD
No. Title Length
1. "Still Doll" 3:44
2. "Suna no Oshiro (砂のお城, Sand Castle)" 3:09

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ディスコグラフィ (in Japanese). Sony Music Online. Retrieved 2009-01-05. 
  2. ^ North, Dale (February 2009). "Fourth Annual Shojo Beat Music Awards". Shojo Beat. Viz Media. 5 (2): 315–216.