Breath (Rina Chinen album)

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Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 4, 2001 (2001-07-04)
LabelSony Music Entertainment Japan
Rina Chinen chronology
Passage ~Best Collection~
20th Anniversary ~Singles & My Favorites~
Singles from Breath
  1. "Love, Make Together"
    Released: September 20, 2000 (2000-09-20)
  2. "Club Zipangu"
    Released: November 15, 2000 (2000-11-15)
  3. "Just Believe"
    Released: December 6, 2000 (2000-12-06)
  4. "Love You Close"
    Released: March 7, 2001 (2001-03-07)

Breath (ブレス, Buresu) is the second and final studio album by Japanese singer Rina Chinen, released on July 4, 2001 by Sony Music Entertainment Japan. The album includes the single "Club Zipangu", which is based on Ricky Martin's "She Bangs". With her album and single sales in a steep decline, Chinen retired from the pop music scene to focus on her career as a musical actress.[1]

The album peaked at No. 28 on Oricon's albums chart.[2]

Track listing[]

All music is composed and arranged by Ryuichirou Yamaki, except where indicated.

1."Overture... Breath..."   1:36
2."Butterfly"  3:47
3."Love, Make Together"UNI  4:10
4."Never Goes Away"UNIHimeko YamamotoSadahiro Nakano4:24
5."Taion" ((体温, "Body Temperature"))Akifumi Shiota  5:32
6."My Dear Dreamers"Shiota  3:32
7."Jealousy" (Jerashī (ジェラシー))Saki NishinaHiroshi FurukawaNakano4:55
8."Love You Close [Album Version]"Hiromi MoriChika UedaToshiaki Ōtsubo4:42
9."Early Morning"H.U.BHisashi Nawata 4:43
10."Universe ~Ring of the Ring Finger~"Shiota  4:28
11."Control"H.U.B  4:02
12."Give Me Your Love"UranKaoru ŌkuboNakano4:08
13."Just Believe"UranŌkuboMaestro-T4:28
14."Rendez-vous ~Taikiken wo Nukedasō~" ((rendez-vous〜大気圏を抜け出そう〜, "Rendez-vous ~Let's Escape the Atmosphere~))H.U.B  4:15
15."Tom"Chinen  6:56
16."Club Zipangu [Bonus Track]"Chinfa KanYūji Toriyama4:12
Total length:69:00


Chart (2001) Peak
Japanese Albums (Oricon)[2] 28


  1. ^ "breath/知念里奈". Billboard Japan. Retrieved 2020-08-24.
  2. ^ Jump up to: a b "breath/知念里奈". Oricon. Retrieved 2020-08-24.

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