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Single by Alan
from the album Voice of Earth
ReleasedMarch 5, 2008
LabelAvex Trax
Songwriter(s)Kikuchi Kazuhito, Yoshimoto Yumi
Producer(s)Kikuchi Kazuhito
Alan singles chronology
"Ashita e no Sanka"
"Natsukashii Mirai (Longing Future)"
Voice of Earth track listing
16 tracks
  1. "Tennyo (Interlude)"
  2. "Ashita e no Sanka"
  3. "Sora Uta"
  4. "Natsukashii Mirai (Longing Future)"
  5. "Hitotsu"
  6. "Kaze no Tegami"
  7. "Brave"
  8. "Yume no Garden"
  9. "Gunjou no Tani"
  10. "My Friend"
  11. "Liberty"
  12. "Tsuki ga Watashi"
  13. "Red Cliff (Shin-Sen)"
  14. "Megumi no Ame"
  15. "Together" *
  16. "Red Cliff (Shin-Sen) (Modern Rock Version)" **
* First press bonus track
** Tower Records bonus CD

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"Hitotsu" (ひとつ) is a Japanese-language song by Chinese singer Alan, from her debut studio album Voice of Earth (2009). The single was released on March 5, 2008, and peaked at number one hundred on the Oricon charts.[1]

"Hitotsu" was later re-recorded in Mandarin Chinese and placed on her debut single "Xin Zhan: Red Cliff" as "Yige" (一个); along with a Chinese version of "Tokyo Mimei", re-titled as "Mishi De Zhufu" (迷失的祝福). "Sign", sung in her native Tibetan language, was re-included on her second Chinese album Xin De Dongfang (2009).

Track listing[edit]

All music composed by Kikuchi Kazuhito.

CD single:[2]
1."Hitotsu" (ひとつ; One)Yoshimoto YumiNakano Yuuta5:12
2."Kimi Omou Sora" (君想フ空; The Sky that You Think About)Safari Natsukawaats-4:59
3."Tokyo Mimei" (東京未明; Tokyo Daybreak)Okachimachi DakoKyoda Seiichi5:09
4."Sign"  3:06
5."Hitotsu" (Instrumental)  5:12
6."Kimi Omou Sora" (Instrumental)  4:59
7."Tokyo Mimei" (Instrumental)  5:06
Total length:33:40


Chart (2008) Peak
Japanese Singles Chart[1] 100


  1. 1.0 1.1 "alanのCDシングルランキング、alanのプロフィールならオリコン芸能人事典-ORICON STYLE". Oricon Style. Oricon Inc. Retrieved 1 August 2012.
  2. "ひとつ : alan : avex network". avex network. avex marketing Inc. Retrieved 1 August 2012.

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