Sora Uta

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"Sora Uta"
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Single by Alan
from the album Voice of Earth
ReleasedAugust 13, 2008
GenreJ-Pop
Length18:18
LabelAvex Trax
Songwriter(s)Iwasato Yuho, Kikuchi Kazuhito
Alan singles chronology
"Natsukashii Mirai (Longing Future)"
(2008)
"Sora Uta"
(2008)
"Kaze no Tegami"
(2008)
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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"Sora Uta" (空唄) is a Japanese-language song by Chinese singer Alan, from her debut studio album Voice of Earth (2009). The single is the second in her series of five consecutive singles in the theme of traditional elements;[1] this time representing sky or aether in the Japanese Godai and the Tibetan Bön.

"Sora Uta" was released on August 13, 2008, and peaked at number thirty-four on the Oricon charts.[2] A Mandarin Chinese version of the song, titled "Fei Xing Zhi" (飞行志), was recorded for her second Chinese album Xin De Dongfang (2009).

Track listing[edit]

All music composed by Kikuchi Kazuhito.

CD single:[1]
No.TitleLyricsArrangementLength
1."Sora Uta" (空唄; Sky Song)Iwasato YuhoNakano Yuuta 
2."My Stage"Asamizu KanataMizushima Yasutaka 
3."Sora Uta" (Instrumental)   
4."My Stage" (Instrumental)   
Total length:18:18

Charts[edit]

Chart (2008) Peak
position
Japanese Singles Chart[2] 34

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "空唄 : alan : avex network". avex network. avex marketing Inc.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "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.



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