The discography of Japanese pop and electronic dance group Perfume consists of six studio albums, three compilation albums, twenty-eight singles and six video albums. Forming in 2001, the group debuted as local Hiroshima idols, releasing two singles through the independent Momiji Label. In 2003, the members moved to Tokyo to further their career as idols.
It was released on April 16, 2008 by Tokuma Japan Communications. Game marks Perfume's first studio album to be fully produced by Japanese producer and Capsule member Yasutaka Nakata, while Perfume contributes to the album as the lead and background vocalists.
Perfume by Wand, released 25 May 2018 1. Perfume 2. Town Meeting 3. The Gift 4. Hiss 5. Pure Romance 6. Train Whistle 7. I Will Keep You Up Smells like 30 new minutes of new music via seven new electric hues, shocks of light that flagrantly provoke the dark, a posy’s clutch of purple, fuchsia, green and snowy white that curl against the stench of plague. With "Perfume", Wand presents olfactory events that recall futures and pasts.
Perfume – Future Pop File Format: mp3 Archive: RAR Bitrate: 320 kbps Release Date: 2018. 01 Start U. p3 ~ . 0 MB 02 Future Po. 1 MB 03 If you wanna. mp3 ~ . 6 MB 04 TOKYO GIRL. mp3 ~ 1. 3 MB 05 FUSION. 1 MB 06 Tiny Baby. 8 MB 07 Let Me Know. Related Posts: Perfume – COSMIC EXPLORER. Perfume – Let Me Know. OK Go Perfume – I Don’t Understand You.
Level3 (stylized as LEVEL3) is the fourth studio album by Japanese girl group Perfume. It was released on October 2, 2013, by Universal J and Perfume Records. Level3 marks Perfume s fourth consecutive album to be fully produced by Japanese producer and Capsule member Yasutaka Nakata, while Perfume contributes to the album as the lead, background vocalists, and executive producers through their self-titled record label.
Perfume ~Complete Best~ is the first compilation album by Japanese girl group Perfume. It was released on August 2, 2006. To date, it’s the only album by the group not to be entirely written and produced by Yasutaka Nakata, since 8 out of the 12 tracks on the album were written by Emi Kinoko. Between 2003 and 2004, Perfume released three singles under Bee-Hive Records, marking the group’s first releases under a label. However, the songs fared poorly on the charts and as.