Secret Ocean | Kokoro No Furyoku (The Buoancy of a Heart)

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Kokoro No Furyoku (The Buoancy of a Heart)

by Secret Ocean

Japanese acoustic duo with a lead-singer in the vein of James Blunt
Genre: Pop: Japanese Pop
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1. Secret Ocean
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2. Siesta
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3. Beautiful
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3:30 album only
4. Kokoro No Furyoku
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3:17 album only
5. Beach
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3:33 album only
6. Emma
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3:34 album only
7. Jitensha No Oto
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6:03 album only
8. Photograph
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3:27 album only
9. Turntable
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2:57 album only
10. Analog
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11. Up In the Cloud
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12. Word
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13. Night + Light
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Roy Furukawa

Awesome!
Saw them first on Fatblueman's YouTube channel and loved lead vocalist's Hiroumi's voice. There are so many amazing songs on this album that it's a must buy!

Graham

Simply Wonderful
I don't know exactly what to say about this album except that I loved every second of it. The guitar and voice are fun and energetic, and the lyrics (the ones I understand anyway) are just as good. Shipping was a little bit slow, but I can't blame the album for that, and it was certainly worth the wait.