Kimi Tsunagi Five M

Kimi Tsunagi Five M (君繋ファイブエム, Kimi tsunagi faibu emu) is the first studio album by Japanese rock band Asian Kung-Fu Generation and their second major-label release overall, released on November 19, 2003 on Kioon Music. The album's name is sometimes given as "Kunkei Five M," but the reading "Kimitsunagi" is given in katakana on the original compact disc. Peaking at number five on the Oricon charts, the LP retained two successful singles, "Mirai no Kakera" and "Kimi to Iu Hana, and has gone on to sell over 250,000 copies.[1] The album is also featured in a live studio recording which is included as a bonus DVD from the limited edition of future compilation, Best Hit AKG.

Kimi Tsunagi Five M
Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 19, 2003
Recorded2003
GenrePop punk, alternative rock, indie rock
Length50:06
LabelKioon Music
KSCL-629
Asian Kung-Fu Generation chronology
Hōkai Amplifier
(2002)
Kimi Tsunagi Five M
(2003)
Sol-fa
(2004)
Singles from Kimi Tsunagi Five M
  1. "Mirai no Kakera"
    Released: August 6, 2003
  2. "Kimi to Iu Hana"
    Released: October 16, 2003

Track listing

All lyrics are written by Masafumi Gotoh; all music is composed by Masafumi Gotoh, except "No Name" by Gotoh and Takahiro Yamada.

No.TitleLength
1."Flashback" (フラッシュバック Furasshubakku)1:58
2."Mirai no Kakera" (未来の破片 Piece of The Future)4:45
3."Denpatou" (電波塔 Radio Tower)3:31
4."Understand" (アンダースタンド Andāsutando)3:44
5."Natsu no Hi, Zanzō" (夏の日、残像 After Image of Summer)4:41
6."Mugen Glider" (無限グライダー Eternal Glider)5:07
7."Sono Wake o" (その訳を The Reason Why)4:36
8."N.G.S"2:54
9."Jihei Tansaku" (自閉探索 (Search Within) Social Withdrawal)3:28
10."E"4:12
11."Kimi to Iu Hana" (君という花 A Flower Named You)6:10
12."No Name" (ノーネーム Nōnēmu)5:00

B-sides

Song Length B-side of
"Entrance" 3:59 "Mirai no Kakera"
"Sono Wake o" 4:36
"Rocket No. 4" 3:42 "Kimi to Iu Hana"

Personnel

Chart positions

Album

Year Chart Peak positions
2003 Oricon 5

Singles

Year Song Peak positions
Oricon
2003 "Mirai no Kakera" 34
"Kimi to Iu Hana" 14

References

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