Chiai Fujikawa's Album with Adventure: ED Theme will be available digitally in the US


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Sep 8, 2006

Aiha Headphone Kara (we are using an English translation being used on Apple at the moment.), the second album by Chiai Fujikawa will be available digitally in the US.

It's currently listed by Apple for streaming via Apple Music on April 8th and for pre-order on iTunes for $9.99 with the same release date.

The first song (unrelated to Digimon) is up to stream for Apple Music subscribers and for those who pre-ordered. The ED for Digimon Adventure: looks like it will be an 'album only' song, unavailable to purchase separately (the listing may change at release.)

Spotify also has the album listed with the first song up (without any translation for album, song, or artist) so it will likely also be there the first day for streaming.

It's likely worth checking various music services wherever you live to see if it's listed, as it showing up various places around the world seems reasonable enough.

The Digimon ED is translated with no spaces as "Kuyashisahatane". For now we'll continue to refer to it translated as "Regrets Bring Fruit".

(The video above goes to the album digest preview, timecoded to the Digimon Adventure: ED preview, like in a prior article.)

For those who want the CD, you'll have to import...

There will be 2 versions of the album with different artwork. Both of these are also out April 8th.


The cover to the standard edition is on the left, the limited edition is on the right. (Affiliate links below.)

The standard edition is just the album and is 2,000 yen.
The limited edition is 3,182 yen. It includes the album and a DVD with over half a dozen music videos and clips (none of the videos or clips appear to be Digimon related.)

CDJapan lists both as coming with a bonus poster while supplies last, but it appears that is already out.

No news on a single release for the song, but it wouldn't be a surprise if one came out reasonably quickly.


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