Untitled 4 Ballads

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"Untitled 4 Ballads"
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Single by Every Little Thing
from the album Many Pieces
Released December 18, 2002
Format CD single
Genre J-pop
Length 19:29 ("Unspeakable", "Ai no Uta", "Ruumu" and "Nostalgia" only)
Label avex trax
Songwriter(s) Kaori Mochida
Kazuhito Kikuchi
Every Little Thing singles chronology
"Sasayaka na Inori"
(2002)
"Untitled 4 Ballads"
(2002)
"Grip!"
(2003)
"Sasayaka na Inori"
(2002)
"Untitled 4 Ballads"
(2002)
"Grip!"
(2003)

"Untitled 4 Ballads" is a song by the Japanese J-pop group Every Little Thing, released on December 18, 2002, as their twenty-third single. It was their fifth single to top the Oricon chart.

"Nostalgia" was used as the theme song for the drama Okaasan to Issho.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Unspeakable" (Words - Kaori Mochida / music - Kazuhito Kikuchi)
  2. "Ai no Uta (愛の謳)" (Song of Love)" (Words - Kaori Mochida / music - Kunio Tago)
  3. "Ruumu (ルーム, rūmu)" (Room)" (Words - Kaori Mochida / music - Kazuhito Kikuchi)
  4. "Nostalgia" (Words - Kaori Mochida / music - Kazuhito Kikuchi)
  5. "Unspeakable" (instrumental)
  6. "Ai no Uta (愛の謳)" (instrumental)
  7. "Ruumu (ルーム)" (instrumental)
  8. "Nostalgia" (instrumental)

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2002) Peak
position
Weeks on
chart
Japan Oricon 1 16

External links[edit]

Preceded by
"Love Me All Over" by J-Friends
Japanese Oricon Chart number-one single
January 13–19, 2003
Succeeded by
"Earthly Stars (Unsung Heroes)" / "Headlight, Taillight" by Miyuki Nakajima