Yume Miru Uchuu

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Yume Miru Uchuu
Studio album by Buck-Tick
Released September 19, 2012
Recorded October 2011–April 2012 at Alive Recording Studio, Victor Studio, Prime Sound Studio Form, Studio Sound Dali, Aobadai Studio
Genre Alternative rock
Length 47:46
Label Lingua Sounda
Tokuma Japan
Producer Buck-Tick, Junichi Tanaka
Buck-Tick chronology
Catalogue Ariola 00–10
Yume Miru Uchuu
Arui wa Anarchy
Singles from Yume Miru Uchuu
  1. "Elise no Tame ni"
    Released: May 23, 2012
  2. "Miss Take ~Boku wa Miss Take~"
    Released: July 4, 2012

Yume Miru Uchuu (夢見る宇宙?) is the 18th studio album by Japanese rock band Buck-Tick, released on September 19, 2012.[1] It is their first on their own record label Lingua Sounda, which was founded the previous year.[2] The album reached the number 14 position on the Oricon chart,[3] and number 12 on Billboard Japan.[4]

The album's cover art is based on Austrian painter Gustav Klimt's Gold Fish.[5] The limited edition version of Yume Miru Uchuu has a different cover based on the painting and came with a DVD of footage from the band's June 10, 2012 concert at Hibiya Open-Air Concert Hall. It also contained the promotional video for "Climax Together", which was filmed on August 5 at Shinjuku Loft in front of 300 fans. Fans who bought both of the album's singles, "Miss Take ~Boku wa Miss Take~" and "Elise no Tame ni", were chosen by lottery to win tickets to the video shoot.[1]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Elise no Tame ni -Rock For Elise-" (エリーゼのために -ROCK for Elise-) Imai Imai 4:24
2. "Climax Together"   Imai Imai 4:53
3. "Lady Skeleton"   Sakurai Imai 4:07
4. "Ningyo -Mermaid-" (人魚 -mermaid-) Sakurai Hoshino 4:04
5. "Yumeji" (夢路) Sakurai Hoshino 4:03
6. "Only You -We Are Not Alone-"   Imai Imai 4:06
7. "Kinji Rareta Asobi -Adult Children-" (禁じられた遊び -ADULT CHILDREN-) Sakurai Imai 5:02
8. "Yasou" (夜想) Sakurai Imai 3:50
9. "Inter Raptor"   Sakurai Imai 4:02
10. "Miss Take –I'm Not Miss Take-"   Imai Imai 4:48
11. "Yume Miru Uchuu -Cosmix-" (夢見る宇宙 -cosmix-) Sakurai Imai 4:27


Additional performers


  1. ^ a b "BUCK-TICK to release new album, "Yume Miru Uchuu"". tokyohive.com. Retrieved 2012-10-13. 
  2. ^ "News from BUCK-TICK". jame-world.com. Retrieved 2012-10-13. 
  3. ^ "BUCK-TICKのアルバム売り上げランキング" (in Japanese). oricon.co.jp. Retrieved 2012-10-13. 
  4. ^ "Billboard Japan Top Albums│Charts│Billboard JAPAN". Billboard (in Japanese). Retrieved 2014-04-22. 
  5. ^ "BUCK-TICK reveals new artist photo + jacket covers for “Yume Miru Uchuu”". tokyohive.com. Retrieved 2012-10-13.