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Kiramune unveil bonuses for Hiroshi Kamiya’s “TOY BOX”

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Kiramune unveiled the bonuses for Hiroshi Kamiya's 7th mini-album. TOY BOX is scheduled to be released on 21/11/2018. The mini-album is going to be available in two editions: regular and limited. The cover art is the following for each edition: The tracklist is the following: 1.mille crepe  2.新しい旅  3.BOARD GAME NAKED  4.リグランジ  5.スケッチブックドリーム  6.君のためのラプソディ A short version of the music video for "mille crepe" was released today. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CG1wsxZboik The contents for...

Kiramune unveil details on Hiroshi Kamiya’s “TOY BOX”

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Kiramune released today the cover art, tracklist and music video preview for Hiroshi Kamiya's 7th mini-album. TOY BOX is scheduled to be released on 21/11/2018. The mini-album is going to be available in two editions: regular and limited. The cover art is the following for each edition: The tracklist is the following: 1.mille crepe  2.新しい旅  3.BOARD GAME NAKED  4.リグランジ  5.スケッチブックドリーム  6.君のためのラプソディ A short version of the music video for...

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