Crescent (Wink album)

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Studio album by
ReleasedDecember 16, 1990 (1990-12-16)
ProducerHaruo Mizuhashi
Wink chronology
Wink Hot Singles
Queen of Love
Singles from Crescent
  1. "Yoru ni Hagurete (Where Were You Last Night)"
    Released: July 4, 1990 (1990-07-04)
  2. "New Moon ni Aimashou"
    Released: November 21, 1990 (1990-11-21)

Crescent (クレセント, Kuresento) is the fifth studio album by Japanese idol duo Wink, released by Polystar on December 16, 1990. It features the singles "Yoru ni Hagurete (Where Were You Last Night)" (a cover of Ankie Bagger's 1989 song) and "New Moon ni Aimashou". Also included in the album are Japanese-language covers of Annica Burman's "I Can't Deny a Broken Heart", Kiss' "I Was Made for Lovin' You", Harold Payne's "We'll Be Together Someday", and The Cowsills' "The Rain, the Park & Other Things".[1][2]

The album peaked at No. 10 on Oricon's albums chart and sold over 164,000 copies.[3][4]

Track listing[]

All lyrics are written by Neko Oikawa, except where indicated; all music is arranged by Satoshi Kadokura.

1."New Moon ni Aimashou [Remix]" (Nyū Mūn ni Aimashō (ニュー・ムーンに逢いましょう, "Meet the New Moon")) Yuki Kadokura5:18
2."Kanashii Kareha (I Can't Deny a Broken Heart)" ((悲しい枯葉 〜I Can't Deny a Broken Heart〜, "Sad Dead Leaves ~I Can't Deny a Broken Heart~"))Sayako MorimotoKarin Ljung3:53
3."Fuyu no Shinkirō" ((冬の蜃気楼, "Mirage in Winter")) Masaya Ozeki4:53
4."Warui Yume (I Was Made for Loving You)" ((悪い夢 〜I Was Made for Loving You〜, "A Bad Dream ~I Was Made for Loving You~")) 4:29
5."Mafuyu no bara (We'll Be Together Someday)" ((真冬の薔薇, "Midwinter Rose")) 
6."Ame ni Kieta Hatsukoi (The Rain, the Park and Other Things)" ((雨に消えた初恋 〜The Rain, The Park and Other Things〜, "The First Love That Disappeared in the Rain ~The Rain, the Park and Other Things~"))Ayuko Ishikawa
7."Miracle Knight" Yasuhiro Kido4:40
8."All Night Long"Masami TozawaOzeki5:17
9."Yoru ni Hagurete (Where Were You Last Night) [Remix]" ((夜にはぐれて 〜Where Were You Last Night〜)) Norell Oson Bard4:39
10."Variation (Sayonara no Hensōkyoku)" ((Variation 〜さよならの変奏曲〜, "Variation ~Goodbye Variation~"))MorimotoFuyumi Iwasawa4:48
Total length:47:35


Chart (1990) Peak
Japanese Albums (Oricon)[3] 10


  1. ^ "Wink(ういんく)ディスコグラフィ". Retrieved 2021-07-23.
  2. ^ "Crescent | WINK ウインク". Billboard Japan. Retrieved 2021-07-23.
  3. ^ Jump up to: a b "Crescent | WINK". Oricon. Retrieved 2021-07-23.
  4. ^ "Wink". Yamachan Land (in Japanese). Retrieved 2021-07-23.

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