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RYTHEM

RYTHEM

RYTHEM


RYTHEM (リズム) was a Japanese pop duet who were under the Sony Music Entertainment label. The talented duo was formed by Niitsui Yui a.k.a Yui (新津由衣), on piano & vocal position and Katou Yukari a.k.a Yuka (加藤有加利), on acoustic guitar & vocal position. Their debut single was Harmonia (ハルモニア), released on May 2003, which song was used as the 2nd ending theme of Naruto, a popular anime in Japan. On October 2010, the duo announced on the streaming site ustream that they would disband in 2011. Read more on Last.fm
RYTHEM (リズム) was a Japanese pop duet who were under the Sony Music Entertainment label. The talented duo was formed by Niitsui Yui a.k.a Yui (新津由衣), on piano & vocal position and Katou Yukari a.k.a Yuka (加藤有加利), on acoustic guitar & vocal position. Their debut single was Harmonia (ハルモニア), released on May 2003, which song was used as the 2nd ending theme of Naruto, a popular anime in Japan. On October 2010, the duo announced on the streaming site ustream that they would disband in 2011.

After their final live at Zepp TOKYO on February 27, 2011, the duo broke up. Notable songs: - Harmonia (ハルモニア), 2nd ending theme song for Naruto (episodes 26-51) - Hōkigumo (ホウキ雲), 1st opening theme song (episodes 1-29) and 7th ending theme song for Yakitate!! Japan (episode 69) - Kokoro Biidama (ココロビーダマ), 6th ending theme song for Yakitate!! Japan (episodes 63-68) - Sakura Uta (桜唄), 1st ending theme song for Deltora Quest. Discography: - Albums - 1) Utatane (ウタタネ) (June 23, 2004) 2) Mugen Factory (夢現ファクトリー) (May 24, 2006) 3) 23 (October 1, 2008 ) 4) Rhythm (リズム) (December 8, 2010) - Compilation Albums - 1) Best Story (August 19, 2009) - Singles - 1) Harmonia (ハルモニア) (May 21, 2003) 2) Tenkyu (てんきゅっ) (August 6, 2003) 3) Blue Sky Blue (ブルースカイ・ブルー) (November 19, 2003) 4) Hitoritabi Shararuran (一人旅シャラルラン) (April 21, 2004) 5) Mangekyō Kirakira (万華鏡キラキラ) (May 26, 2004) 6) Hōki Gumo (ホウキ雲) (January 26, 2005) 7) Mikazuki Rhapsody (三日月ラプソディー) (August 24, 2005) 8) 20 Tsubu no Kokoro (20粒のココロ) (January 1, 2006) 9) Kokoro Bīdama (ココロビーダマ) (March 1, 2006) 10) Negai (願い) (April 26, 2006) 11) Sakura Uta (桜唄) (February 28, 2007) 12) Hotarubi (蛍火) (July 18, 2007) 13) WINNER (October 10, 2007) 14) Bitter & Sweet ( November 17,2007) 15) Kubisuji Line (首すじライン) (February 10,2008) 16) Love Call/Akari no Arika (Love Call/あかりのありか) (July 23, 2008) 17) Gyuttoshite (ぎゅっとして) feat. Tokita Shintarou (Sukima Switch) (July 29, 2009) 18) Tsunaide Te (ツナイデテ) (November 11, 2009) 19) A Flower (November 10, 2010) - Digital Releases - 1) Bitter & Sweet (January 17, 2007) 2) Pinku no Kuma (ぴんくのクマ) (December 14, 2008) 3) You (October 23, 2009) 4) Mudai (無題 - Untitled) (July 1, 2010) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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