AniSong singer, KANO, is finally releasing her very first album, titled 「nowhere」, and Warner Brothers Japan has just announced details on the album’s limited edition. The album (both normal and limited edition) will be released on 11 May 2016.
The Limited Edition CD will come with the soundtrack CD, a picture book and a second CD titled “Sweet Ices Cream.” It will also come with a DVD featuring three music videos for three of KANO’s songs.
If you buy the album in Japan, you might also get a special purchasing benefit, depending on which store you bought it in.
Animate: Uta Temita CD and postcard
Tora no Ana: Komata Mashiro read-along CD
Tsutaya: Can Badge
Tower Records: Can Badge
Other stores: Postcards
Double-sided posters will also be available, as well as clear files to celebrate the release of KANO’s very first album:
The album will also include the song from her two major singles, which are “Stella-rium”, the opening song for “Wish Upon the Pleiades”, and “Dear Brave”, which served as the ending song for “Heavy Object”. The album will be released with 10 different songs, with the limited edition version also coming bundled with a music video DVD and a special picture book.
The standard edition will cost 2,500 yen plus tax, while the limited edition version, with the DVD and picture book, will cost 3,500 yen plus tax. The music video DVD will include music videos for Prima Stella, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, and Walk This Way.
Kano started her career as a vocaloid producer, with the song, “Toumei Ningen no Nihilism.” She then went on to covering different songs, and gained popularity in Niconico through her soft, girly and whispery voice. She made her major debut with Stella-rium, before releasing Dear Brave. She also forms the utaite unit, Yurikanon, with fellow-utaite, Yurin.
You can also check out Kano’s Official Site: http://whv-amusic.com/kano/
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