Fukui Mai Discography

Fukui Mai

Fukui Mai

Fukui Mai

Fukui Mai started her career with the single, Ai no Uta, which was used as the theme song for the drama, Koizora. So far, she has released three singles and one album. At the age of 16, she studied abroad in the Ohio Region for 10 full months and at the age of 18, she composed lyrics and music for the Indies Band “POPLA” where she was the vocalist. She had her first live perfomances in the U.S. and Taiwan and released two pieces of albums, she also independently held a solo broadcasting live in Club Asia of Shibuya (Tokyo) on November 2007. She has been a DORAMA Producer as well.

Info from: Last.fm

Singles

Ai no Uta (2008.8.20)

Ai no Uta (2008.8.20)

Tracklist

  1. Ai no Uta
  2. My Song for You
  3. Ai no Uta (Instrumental)
  4. My Song for You (Instrumental)

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Lucky (2008.11.19)

Lucky (2008.11.19)

Tracklist

  1. Lucky
  2. Rainbow
  3. Lucky (Instrumental)
  4. Rainbow (Instrumental)

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Can Can/Promise You (2009.2.04)

Can Can/Promise You (2009.2.04)

Tracklist

  1. Can Can
  2. Promise You
  3. Can Can (Instrumental)
  4. Promise You (Instrumental)

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Albums

My Song for You (2009.5.04)

My Song for You (2009.5.04)

Tracklist

  1. Can Can
  2. Promise
  3. アイのうた (Ai no Uta)
  4. Lucky
  5. Plastic Girls
  6. 恋のゆくえ (Koi no Yukue)
  7. 青い絵 (Aoi e)
  8. I wanna be a Rock★Roll Star
  9. Hate Myself
  10. Promise You
  11. The Sound
  12. My Song For You

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2 Responses to “Fukui Mai Discography”

  1. geishasan13 Says:

    Thank you!

  2. A.n.0.m.A.l.y Says:

    Ahh thank you so much

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