Ashita e no Sanka
|"Ashita e no Sanka"|
|Single by Alan|
|from the album Voice of Earth|
|Released||November 21, 2007|
|Songwriter(s)||Nojima Shinji, Kikuchi Kazuhito|
|Alan singles chronology|
|CD + DVD Cover|
CD + DVD Cover
|Voice of Earth track listing|
"Ashita e no Sanka" (明日への讃歌) is the debut Japanese-language single by Chinese singer Alan. The song was produced by Kikuchi Kazuhito and written by Nojima Shinji, with arrangement by Nakano Yuuta. It was released on November 21, 2007, as the lead single from her debut studio album, Voice of Earth (2009). It was later released in Taiwan on June 20, 2008.
An orchestral version of "Ashita e no Sanka" was included as a b-side on her sixth Japanese single "Red Cliff: Shin-Sen", while the Chinese version, titled "Mingri Zange" (明日讚歌), was included on her second Chinese album Xin De Dongfang. A Chinese version of the b-side song "Sakura Modern", titled "San Sheng Shi San Sheng Lu" (三生石 三生路), was included on her Chinese single "Xin Zhan (Red Cliff)".
Marty Friedman covered "Ashita e no Sanka" on his instrumental album Tokyo Jukebox (2009).
|1.||"Ashita e no Sanka" (明日への讃歌; A Hymn for Tomorrow)||Nojima Shinji||Kikuchi Kazuhito||5:06|
|2.||"Sakura Modern" (桜モダン; Modern Cherry Blossoms)||Watanabe Natsumi||Kikuchi Kazuhito||5:09|
|3.||"Ashita e no Sanka" (Instrumental)||5:05|
|4.||"Sakura Modern" (Instrumental)||5:07|
|1.||"Ashita e no Sanka"||7:06|
|2.||"Making of Ashita e no Sanka"||7:06|
|Japanese Singles Chart||69|
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