Masao Urino - Works


Song Title Romanized Title Performed by Date
Sea Loves You~キッスで殺して Sea Loves You: Kissu de Koroshite Hidemi Ishikawa 1985-08-25
赤いスピード・スター Akai Speed Star Hidemi Ishikawa 1985-12-18
哀しみのカーニバル Kanashimi no Carnival Hidemi Ishikawa 1985-12-18
素敵な勇気 Suteki na Yūki Hidemi Ishikawa 1987-07-13
デス・トラップ Death Trap Hidemi Ishikawa 1987-10-14
Shadow Summer Shadow Summer Hidemi Ishikawa 1986-07-09
サイレンの少年~遠くで抱きしめて~ Siren no Shōnen: Tōku de Dakishimete Hidemi Ishikawa 1985-12-18
八月のジプシー Hachigatsu no Gypsy Hidemi Ishikawa 1985-08-25
ウインター・リポート Winter Report Hidemi Ishikawa 1985-12-18
Rain Glass Rain Glass Hidemi Ishikawa 1986-07-09
Maria Maria Jun\'ichi Inagaki 1983-09-01
夏のクラクション Natsu no Klaxon Jun'ichi Inagaki 1983-07-21
悲しきダイアモンドリング Kanashiki Diamond Ring Jun'ichi Inagaki 1984-05-19
恋のプラネットサーカス Koi no Planet Circus Jun'ichi Inagaki 1984-05-19
A Glass of the Sorrow A Glass of the Sorrow Jun'ichi Inagaki 1986-03-01
思い出のビーチクラブ Omoide no Peach Club Jun'ichi Inagaki 1987-03-04
悲しみは優し過ぎて Kanashimi wa Yasashisugite Jun'ichi Inagaki 1989-04-19
Misty Blue Misty Blue Jun'ichi Inagaki 1989-04-19
セブンティー・カラーズ・ガール Seventy Colors Girl Jun'ichi Inagaki 1989-01-25
Memory Flickers Memory Flickers Jun'ichi Inagaki 1989-01-25
Love is Hard Business Love is Hard Business Jun'ichi Inagaki 1991-04-03
Truth Truth Jun'ichi Inagaki 1991-04-03
夜汽車よ悲しみを乗せて Yogisha yo Kanashimi o Nosete Jun'ichi Inagaki 1992-05-20
Pretend Pretend Jun'ichi Inagaki 1992-05-20
真夏の果てまで Manatsu no Hate Made Jun'ichi Inagaki 1996-08-21
夏が行くよ Natsu ga Yuku yo Jun'ichi Inagaki 1996-08-21
シー・サイド・ショット Seaside Shot Jun'ichi Inagaki 1983-07-21
ブルージン・ピエロ Bruisin' Pierro Jun'ichi Inagaki 1985-03-21
優しさが瞳にしみる Yasashisa ga Hitomi ni Shimeru Jun'ichi Inagaki 1985-03-21
ミスティー・ブルー Misty Blue Jun'ichi Inagaki 1989-01-25

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