Sparkle: Sujigakidōri no Sky Blue
|Sparkle: Sujigakidōri no Sky Blue|
|Studio album by Garnet Crow|
|Released||April 24, 2002|
|Producer||Hirohito Furui, Kanonji|
|Garnet Crow chronology|
|Singles from Sparkle: Sujigakidōri no Sky Blue|
The album consist of four previously released singles.
Two out of twelve tracks, Mysterious eyes and Timeless Sleep received in this album new album mixes under title dry flavor of "G" mix, which has more techno sound and Flow-ing surround mix which is slower and less rock than original. Both of the bonus tracks were arranged by Miguel Sá Pessoa.
The singles call my name was released in Giza Studio compilation album Giza Studio Masterpiece Blend 2001 and Yume Mita Atode was released in another compilation album Giza Studio Masterpiece Blend 2002.
All tracks are composed by Yuri Nakamura, written by Nana Azuki and arranged by Hirohito Furui.
|1.||"Yume Mita Ato de (夢みたあとで)"||4:58|
|2.||"call my name"||4:51|
|6.||"Last love song"||3:24|
|7.||"Sky Blue (スカイ・ブルー)"||3:32|
|9.||"Please, forgive me"||4:20|
|1.||"Mysterious Eyes" (dry flavor of "G" mix)||4:46|
|2.||"Timeless Sleep" (flow-ing surround mix)||4:07|
Credits adapted from the CD booklet of Sparkle: Sujigakidōri no Sky Blue.
Usage in media
- Last Love Song - ending theme for TV Asahi program Beat Takeshi's TV Tackle
- Call my name - ending theme for Anime television series Project ARMS
- Timeless sleep - ending theme for Anime television series Project ARMS
- Yume Mita Ato de - ending theme for Anime television series Detective Conan
- Naked Story - opening theme for Anime television series Secret of Cerulean Sand
- Sky Blue - ending theme for TBS Television program Sunday Japan
- Holy Ground - ending theme for Nihon TV program Bakushou Mondai no Susume