Oblivious

Oblivious
Oblivious
Single par Kalafina
extrait de l’album Seventh Heaven
Face A Oblivious
Face B Kimi ga Hikari ni Kaete Iku
Sortie 23 janvier 2008 Drapeau du Japon
Durée 13:47
Genre Jpop
Format CD single
Label Sony Music Japan
Classement 8e à l'Oricon
Singles de Kalafina
Sprinter/Aria (2008)

Oblivious est le 1ersingle de Kalafina sorti sous le label Sony Music Japan le 23 janvier 2008 au Japon. Il atteint la 8e place du classement de l'Oricon. Il se vend à 17 127 exemplaires la première semaine, et reste classé 24 semaines pour un total de 38 695 exemplaires vendus. C'est le single le plus vendu de Kalafina à ce jour (2010). Il n'y avait alors que deux chanteuses Wakana Ōtaki et Keiko Kubota. Il sort en format CD et en édition limitée avec Box et cartes postales Kara no Kyoukai.

Les trois chansons ont été utilisé comme thème pour l'anime Kara no Kyoukai. Les 3 chansons se trouvent sur l'album remix Re/oblivious et sur l'album Seventh Heaven. Yuki Kajiura a produit, créé les paroles et la musique de ce single.

Liste des titres

CD
No Titre Durée
1. Oblivious 4:23
2. Kimi ga Hikari ni Kaete Iku (君が光に変えて行く) 4:43
3. Kizuato (傷跡) 4:41

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