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STAND BY ME BY STEREOPONY

STAND BY ME BY STEREOPONY

Stereopony performing and singing Stand By Me. Watch the video and listen to the song. Enjoy, Following information has been related from the Wikipedia the great encyclopedia:

[Stereopony (ステレオポニーSutereoponī), was a Japanese pop rock band that formed in OkinawaJapan in 2007 and disbanded in 2012. The three-girl band consisted of Aimi Haraguni (lead vocals and guitar), Nohana Kitajima (bass guitar), and Shiho Yamanoha (drums). They were signed to the Sony Records music label.[1] The band released 11 singles and three studio albums.

Their 11th single “Stand By Me” was released on May 30, 2012; the title song was used as the ending theme of Eureka Seven: AO. Stereopony attended as special guests for Anime Festival Asia: Indonesia 2012.[25] Stereopony contributed the song “Again” on the Yui tribute album She Loves You released on October 24, 2012; “Again” is a cover of Yui’s 2009 single. After the band took a one-month break during Aimi’s throat polyp surgery, the members decided to disband in October 2012.[26] Their 12th and final single “Namida Nante Mishite Yannai” (涙なんて見してやんない) was released as the split single “Just Rock With Me / Namida Nante Mishite Yannai”. “Just Rock With Me” is the debut single of Evanpony, a band consisting of the members of Stereopony and Evan Taubenfeld. A compilation album titled Best of Stereopony was released on November 21, 2012. Stereopony’s farewell concert was at Akasaka Blitz in Tokyo on December 27, 2012.[27]].

Hitohira No Hanabira BY STEREOPONY

Hitohira No Hanabira BY STEREOPONY

Stereopony singing Hitohira No Hanabira. Watch the video and listen to music. Enjoy, Following information has been related from the Wikipedia the great encyclopedia:

Hitohira no Hanabira” is the first single by the Japanese rock group Stereopony. It was released on November 5, 2008, under gr8! Records. The main track, “Hitohira no Hanabira”, was the 17th ending theme for the anime series Bleach.[1]

The single reached #25 on the Oricon Weekly Charts.[2]

Track listing:

  1. Hitohira no Hanabira (ヒトヒラのハナビラlit. A Single Flower Petal)
  2. Nyamī (ニャーミィ)
  3. Yūkan na Funny Friends (勇敢なファニーフレンズYūkan na Fanī Furenzu, lit. Brave Funny Friends)
  4. “Hitohira no Hanabira” (Instrumental)

Oricon Sales Chart (Japan)

Release Chart Peak Position Sales Total
November 5, 2008 Oricon Weekly Singles Chart 25 15,489