Nippon Music Champ Play List For 12/13/2009

Note: This show was delayed due to a basketball game broadcast.

Song Title / Artist / Album

6:15pm to 6:35pm

1. Ore no Sora / The 50 Kaitenz / 50 Kaitenz no Bikkuri!!
2. Kyou wa Ikiyou / The Tempters (cover of The Grassroots' Let's Live For Today) / Best Tracks
3. Aoi, Koi, Daidaiiro no Hi / Mass Of The Fermenting Dregs / World Is Yours
4. Pretty Sound / Molice / Doctor Ray
5. VIP / rega / Million

6:35pm to 7:00pm

6. Ashes In The Snow / Mono / Hymn To The Immortal Wind
7. Hadou (Live Version) / Ajico / Ajico Show

7:00pm to 7:30pm

8. Plum Song / Omodaka / Plum Song EP
9. Hohai Bushi / Omodaka / Plum Song EP
10. Lion / Yoshida Ami feat. Serph / 14 Girls' Life (VA)
11. Rydeen 79/07 / HASYMO / Rescue/Rydeen 79/07 (single)
12. Set The Bears Free / Anchorsong / The Bodylanguage EP
13. Miss Mars / 80kidz / This Is My S**t

7:30pm to 8:00pm

14. Life / Small Colors / In Light
15. Hikari no Hana / Small Colors / In Light
16. We Lost It / Miaou / Painted EP
17. Where's My Love (Magical Mix) / Caroline / Murmurs Mixes
18. Taisetsuna Jikan / James Iha / Linda Linda Linda Soundtrack
19. Bara no Hana / Quruli / Team Rock
20. The Night Is Still Young / Pizzicato Five / The Sound Of Music

Show Notes (still updating)

80kidz
Yep, that's the name of the album. On air I'll just say "This Is My".

Bara no Hana - Quruli
Bara no Hana is third song in the promo spot for NMC. The female vocals in this song are provided by Miki from Supercar. "Bara" means "rose" in Japanese and "Hana" means "flower". "Bara no Hana" can either translate to just "Rose" or is also can directly refer to the bud of the flower. The band has used both translations, but now seem to be using "Rose". You can hear the song on Quruli's myspace page.
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