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Miho Komatsu [小松未歩] - Discography [9 Albums, 2 Compilations, 26 Singles] (1997-2006) (MP3)

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Miho Komatsu [小松未歩] - Discography [9 Albums, 2 Compilations, 26 Singles] (1997-2006) (MP3)

Artist: Miho Komatsu Miho Komatsu [小松未歩] - Discography [9 Albums, 2 Compilations, 26 Singles] (1997-2006) (MP3)
Title Of Album: Discography
Year Of Release: 1997-2006
Genre: JPop
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total: 18:59:59 min
Total Size: 2,58 Gb
WWW: offsite

Komatsu Miho is a Japanese pop singer-songwriter under the GIZA studio label. She has been on hiatus since 2005. Komatsu also composed several songs for other artists, such as FIELD OF VIEW, DEEN and Aiuchi Rina.

When she was 3 years old, Komatsu Miho was influenced by her older brother to play an electone. Later, in a interview, she said she had a big musical influence from her brother. During middle school, she began writing her own lyrics and music, and was part of a band where she played the keyboards. Later, Komatsu became the band's vocalist and they did concerts in Kyoto, Osaka and Kobe. At the same time, she kept working on her original songs, and a friend helped her send a demo tape to labels. She signed with ZAIN RECORDS in 1997.

Komatsu's first job was writing FIELD OF VIEW's seventh single, "Kono Machi de Kimi to Kurashitai", released in April 1997. A month later, she had her own debut as a singer. "Nazo" was used as an opening theme for the anime Meitantei Conan and became a huge success. It ranked at #9, spending eight months on the Oricon chart and selling over 326,000 copies. In September, she was transferred to Amemura O-town Record label.

Miho Komatsu [小松未歩] - Discography [9 Albums, 2 Compilations, 26 Singles] (1997-2006) (MP3)

Komatsu's debut album was out in December 1997, titled after her hit single, Nazo. Beside her first two singles, it contained four self-covers, including DEEN's "Kimi ga Inai Natsu" (also used in Meitantei Conan) and WANDS' "Sabitsuita Machine Gun de Ima wo Uchinukou". The album was also a success, reaching #5 on the Oricon and selling more than 384,000 copies.

1998 started with the release of her third single, "Negaigoto Hitotsu Dake", in January. The song was also featured in Meitantei Conan as an ending theme, and the single reached #8 on the chart, selling around 295,000 copies. In March, Komatsu won the 12th Japan Gold Disc Awards for "Best New Artist of the Year". Her sixth single "Koori no Ue ni Tatsu You ni", released in October, was once again used as an ending theme for Meitantei Conan. Two months later, the second album was released. Komatsu Miho 2nd ~Mirai~ reached #3 and sold over 600,000 copies, becoming Komatsu's best selling album.

With the termination of Amemura O-town Record's label, Komatsu was transferred to GIZA studio. Her first single with them was "Saitan Kyori de". Komatsu continued releasing singles, though with less frequency. In November 26th 2003, she released three things: her 20th single Tsubasa wa Nakutemo, the selection album lyrics and her first essay book, titled "Hen na Monosashi.".

In May 2005, her 24th single, entitled "I just wanna hold you tight" was chosen as an ending theme for the anime MÄR HEAVEN. She released two more singles before entering on hiatus. A best album was released a year later in 2006, titled Komatsu Miho BEST ~once more~, along with her second essay book, "Hen na Monosashi2.". A year later, she celebrated her 10th anniversary year but with no releases. Despite of her hiatus, Komatsu continues to update her diary and taking pictures (although she hasn't updated it since January 2009).

[1997.12.03] Nazo [謎]
[1998.12.19] Komatsu Miho 2nd ~Mirai~ [小松未歩 2nd ~未来~]
[2000.02.16] Komatsu Miho 3rd ~everywhere~ [小松未歩 3rd ~everywhere~]
[2001.03.07] Komatsu Miho 4 ~A thousand feelings~ [小松未歩 4 ~A thousand feelings~]
[2002.09.25] Komatsu Miho 5 ~source~ [小松未歩 5 ~source~]
[2002.11.27] Komatsu Miho “WONDERFUL WORLD” ~Single Remixes & More
[2003.09.25] Komatsu Miho 6th ~Hanano~ [(小松未歩 6th ~花野~]
[2005.01.26] Komatsu Miho 7 ~prime number~ [小松未歩 7 ~prime number~]
[2006.04.26] Komatsu Miho 8 ~a piece of cake~ [小松未歩 8 ~a piece of cake~]

[2003.11.26] lyrics
[2006.11.22] Komatsu Miho BEST ~once more~

[1997.05.28] Nazo [謎]
[1997.09.25] Kagayakeru Hoshi [輝ける星]
[1998.02.14] Negaigoto Hitotsu Dake [願い事ひとつだけ]
[1998.03.18] anybody's game
[1998.08.19] Chance [チャンス]
[1998.10.14] Koori no Ue ni Tatsu You ni [氷の上に立つように]
[1999.03.03] Sayonara no Kakera [さよならのかけら]
[1999.05.08] Saitan Kyori de [最短距離で]
[1999.06.30] Kaze ga Soyogu Basho [風がそよぐ場所]
[2000.06.21] Anata ga Iru Kara [あなたがいるから]
[2000.10.18] Kimi no Hitomi ni wa Utsuranai [君の瞳には映らない]
[2001.01.31] Love gone
[2001.05.30] Todomaru Koto no Nai Ai [とどまることのない愛]
[2001.08.08] Saigo no Toride [さいごの砦]
[2001.12.05] Aishiteru [愛してる...]
[2002.05.29] dance
[2002.11.27] mysterious love
[2003.03.19] Futari no Negai [ふたりの願い]
[2003.06.25] Watashi Sagashi [私さがし]
[2003.11.26] Tsubasa wa Nakutemo [翼はなくても]
[2004.04.28] Namida Kirari Tobase [涙キラリ飛ばせ]
[2004.07.07] Suna no Shiro [砂のしろ]
[2004.10.20] I~Dareka [I ~誰か...]
[2005.05.18] I just wanna hold you tight
[2005.08.17] Anata Iro [あなた色]
[2005.12.07] Koi ni Nare [恋になれ...]

Miho Komatsu [小松未歩] - Discography [9 Albums, 2 Compilations, 26 Singles] (1997-2006) (MP3)

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Thank you v. m.

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litao   User offline   4 October 2015 13:50

Thank you....

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