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Remastered sound sources for all songs, double-page spread lyric cards that reproduce the original specifications, reprinted with belt specifications.The 2nd album released in 1985, which was produced by further expanding the idol route after the big hit of the 1st.At the time of it's release, the biggest hit song 'Graduation', which recorded No. 1 on the Oricon chart, was followed by synth funk 'Midsummer Sequence' with a nice intro, and orthodox city pop 'Boyfriend' with a drum pattern that can be said to be a classic. A total of 10 songs colored with gorgeous boogie tunes that are loved by Japanese DJs.
Remastered sound sources for all songs, double-page spread lyric cards that reproduce the original specifications, reprinted with belt specifications.The 2nd album released in 1985, which was produced by further expanding the idol route after the big hit of the 1st.At the time of it's release, the biggest hit song 'Graduation', which recorded No. 1 on the Oricon chart, was followed by synth funk 'Midsummer Sequence' with a nice intro, and orthodox city pop 'Boyfriend' with a drum pattern that can be said to be a classic. A total of 10 songs colored with gorgeous boogie tunes that are loved by Japanese DJs.
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Tropic Of Capricorn - Pink [Colored Vinyl] (Pnk)
Artist: Momoko Kikuchi
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Sotsugyo
2. Calendar Ni Initials
3. Koi No Projection
4. Manatsu No Sequence
5. Dear Children
6. Boyfriend
7. Southern Cross Dreaming
8. Alpha Flight
9. Ai No Surf Break
10. Tropic of Capricorn

More Info:

Remastered sound sources for all songs, double-page spread lyric cards that reproduce the original specifications, reprinted with belt specifications.The 2nd album released in 1985, which was produced by further expanding the idol route after the big hit of the 1st.At the time of it's release, the biggest hit song 'Graduation', which recorded No. 1 on the Oricon chart, was followed by synth funk 'Midsummer Sequence' with a nice intro, and orthodox city pop 'Boyfriend' with a drum pattern that can be said to be a classic. A total of 10 songs colored with gorgeous boogie tunes that are loved by Japanese DJs.


        
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