Epsilon no Fune (イプシロンの方舟 Ark of Epsilon) is the 4th album of J-pop singer Kotoko under Geneon Entertainment. It was released on October 14, 2009. This album debuted in the sixth place of the Oricon daily charts, making this album one of the most successful in KOTOKO's musical career. This album covers her "Hayate no Gotoku!", "Shichiten Hakki Shijou Shugi!", "Real Onigokko", and "Blaze" singles. There are 9 new songs including a cover song performed with I've Sound creator, Kazuya Takase.
Features Song Lyrics for KOTOKO's Epsilon no Fune album. KOTOKO - Epsilon no Fune Album Lyrics. 1. LITTLE BABY NOTHING Lyrics. KOTOKO Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
08: TV Anime "Hayate no Gotoku" Opening Theme T. 2: TV Anime "Shakugan no Shana II" Opening Theme. Lyrics by: KOTOKO James Dean Bradfield Richard Edwars Nichollas Allen Jones Sean Moore. Composed by: Kazuya Takase Tomoyuki Nakazawa KOTOKO . mix Maiko Iuchi James Dean Bradfield Richard Edwars Nichollas Allen Jones Sean Moore.
Within this album I noticed the songs explored a different ranges of feelings and styles. The recordings was very clear, yet the arrangements and overall quality of the songs felt more edgy and expressive-a feat I love by an artist. There was no song I disagreed with but if I have to pick the best tracks, I would have chose: "ε ~Epsilon~" "リアル鬼ごっこ(Real Onigokko)" "-∞- DRIVE" "Scene" "雨とギター (Rain and Guitar)" "限界打破 (Overcoming Limits)" "モネラの絆 (Bonds of Monera)" "Geoglyphs" and finally, "BLAZE".
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After her latest Single daily-daily Dream!! which was used as Hayate no Gotoku!! 2nd Season’s second opening theme comes a compilation album with some new songs as well. The album consists of 13 tracks, all songs and a special Tokutenyou CD containing Hitorigoto. scene is a song included in KOTOKO’s album Shichi Tenhakki Shijou Shugi. The main song in the album was used as the second opening theme to Kenjiro Hata’s manga adapted into an anime Hayate no Gotoku!, Hayate the combat butler! Hayate no Gotoku! is from KOTOKO’s album Hayate no Gotoku! which was used as the opening theme for the Hayate no Gotoku! /