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Kazemachi Jet / Spica

Maaya Sakamoto

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Release Date June 14, 2006
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Catalog No.VICL-36059
JAN/ISBN 4988002502431
Product Type CD
Number of Discs 1
Label/DistributorVictor Entertainment
Running Time 16minutes


Catchy new single from Maaya Sakamoto written by the artist herself and composed by Shoko Suzuki. Features as the outro theme to NHK anime series "Tsubasa Chronicle 2nd Season."

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風待ちジェット/スピカ / 坂本真綾

坂本真綾本人の作詞&鈴木祥子作曲。フレーズが耳に残るポップチューン完成!! NHKアニメーション「ツバサ・クロニクル 2ndシーズン」エンディングテーマ。

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        Much better effort than Yuunagi Loop 4

        This is a much better effort than Yuunagi Loop is. The instrumentals and melody are infinitely more interesting than most of the song that appeared on the album. Since parting with Yoko Kanno, Maaya has caused me much worry on where her music will go, but I think it'll be in safe hands.

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        Nice Single!! 4

        Another nice song of Sakamoto Maaya written by herself. This song is perfect to be the Ending song of the second season of Tsubasa Chronicle, but is not her best single. If u are a fan then u must have this! Because in the first press edition u get a Sakamoto Maaya poster!! I hope Maaya and Yoko release new songs together again!!

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        Kazemachi Jet / Spica 4

        A energetic single by Maaya, it lacks the depth of singles like Hemispere and Gravity, but has lots of energy, fittingly it reminds me of her Platina single. My intial impression was a little ambivalent but both songs have grown on me. As usual Maaya sounds beautiful, especially in Spica. The arrangement of Kazemachi jet is perhaps a little too busy but that is all the critique that comes to mind. I think many fans of Maaya are perhaps missing Kanno's input but although I would like to see a Maaya/Kanno collaboration soon, these past releases have been a good opportunity for Maaya to stretch out on her own, there has been a stronger impression of Maaya's personality recently. Overall these songs sound great, a bit of Apop to brighten up your day.

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