Sweet Velvet

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Sweet Velvet
Origin  Japan
Genres Japanese pop and rock
Years active 1998–2001
Labels Giza Studio
Website http://www.giza.co.jp/sweetvelvet/
Past members Mizuki Akimoto (vocals)
Shinichi Inoue (Guitar)
Ryosuke Shimizu (Drums)
Naoyuki Tsukada (Base)

Sweet Velvet was a Japanese pop and rock band, formed in 1998 and disbanded in 2001. During their career they've released 1 studio, 1 indies album and 3 singles.[1]

Members[edit]

  • Mizuki Akimoto (秋本 瑞月, Akimoto Mizuki) - vocalist and lyricist
  • Shinichi Inoue (井上 慎一, Inoue Shinichi) - guitarist
  • Ryōsuke Shimizu (清水 亮祐, Shimizu Ryōsuke) - drummer
  • Naoyuki Tsukada (塚田 直幸, Tsukada Naoyuki) - keyboardist, bassist, chorusist, synthesizer

Major Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Release Day Title Peak
1st February 10, 1999 I Just Feel So Love Again ~Soba ni Iru Dake de~ (~そばにいるだけで~) 25[2]
2nd June 23, 1999 Flame Of Love 46[3]
3rd August 23, 1999 Lazy Drive 79[4]

Albums[edit]

Release Day Title Peak
1st February 26 2000 I Just Feel So "Sweet" 100[5]

Indies discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Release Day Title
1st February 16 1999 SWEETER BABY/SO GOOD

Studio albums[edit]

Release Day Title
1st June 12 1999 Sweet Velvet

References[edit]

  1. ^ Discography and profile (in Japanese) http://www.giza.co.jp/sweetvelvet/
  2. ^ "I JUST FEEL SO LOVE AGAIN (sweet velvet)". Oricon News (in Japanese). 
  3. ^ "Flame Of Love (sweet velvet)". Oricon News (in Japanese). 
  4. ^ "Lazy Drive (sweet velvet)". Oricon News (in Japanese). 
  5. ^ "I JUST FEEL SO“sweet”(sweet velvet)". Oricon News (in Japanese). 

External links[edit]

Official website [1] Oricon profile [2]