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Sing to the Sky
Studio album by Ayaka
Released 25 June 2008
Genre J-Pop, Pop-rock
Label Warner Music Records
Producer Nishio Yoshihiko, Ayaka
Ayaka chronology
First Message
Sing to the Sky
Ayaka's History 2006–2009

Sing to the Sky is the second album from Japanese singer, Ayaka.



Second album from Ayaka was confirmed on 26 April 2008. It is to include all of her singles from Jewelry Day up to the latest Okaeri. There are three versions, first press CD+DVD (music video collection), CD+DVD (live performance video collection), and CD-only version. Second bonus track "I Believe (English Version)" only comes with the CD+DVD versions. In one in a hundred first press discs, there's a "gold ticket" which can be traded in for a special DVD disc like Ayaka's first album. Fifteenth track "Konya mo Hoshi ni Dakarete" is the theme song of the 2008 film The Sky Crawlers.

Sing to the Sky debuted at #3 on Oricon Daily Charts with index sales of more than 44,000 copies, however, the next day the album moved to #2 for 5 days and finally reached #1 on its seventh day. By the end of the week the album debuted at #2 on the weekly charts with sales of more than 315,000 copies, a little less than her debut album. Sing to the Sky was kept out of the top position by Greeeen's sophomore album A, Domo. Ohisashiburi Desu., which sold more than 377,000 copies.

Sing to the Sky has been certified Triple Platinum by RIAJ for shipment of 750,000 copies .

CD Tracklisting

  1. Power of Music
  2. Ai o Utaō (愛を歌おう, Let's Sing Love ?)
  3. Sky
  4. Jewelry Day
  5. Good Night Baby (グンナイベイビー ?)
  6. For Today
  7. Why
    Theme song of the game Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII
  8. Gold Star (ゴールドスター ?)
  9. Mahō Tsukai no Shiwaza (魔法使いのしわざ, The Magician's Deeds ?)
  10. Te o Tsunagō (手をつなごう, Let's Hold Hands ?)
    Theme song of the Doraemon film Nobita and the Green Giant Legend 2008
  11. Ai mo Uso mo Shinjitsu (愛も嘘も真実, Love, Lies, and Truth ?)
  12. Clap & Love
    Theme song of the drama Jigoku no Sata mo Yome Shidai
  13. Kimi ga Irukara (君がいるから, Because I Have You ?)
  14. Okaeri (おかえり, Welcome Home ?)
    Theme Song of the drama Zettai Kareshi
  15. Konya mo Hoshi ni Dakarete (今夜も星に抱かれて, Wrapped in the Stars Tonight ?)
    Theme song of the anime film The Sky Crawlers
  16. Winding Road (with Kobukuro) (bonus track)
  17. I Believe (English Version) (bonus track)

Music Video DVD Tracklisting

  1. I Believe
  2. Melody
  3. Real Voice
  4. Mikazuki (三日月 ?)
  5. Winding Road
  6. Jewelry Day
  7. Clap & Love
  8. Why
  9. For Today (Live)
  10. Te o Tsunagō (手をつなごう ?)
  11. Okaeri (おかえり ?)

Live DVD Tracklisting

  1. I Believe
  2. Start to 0 (Love)
  3. Real Voice
  4. Stay with Me
  5. 1・2・3・4
  6. Winding Road
  7. Why
  8. Peace Loving People
  9. Jewelry Day
  10. Tsuyoku Naritai (Ken Hirai cover) (強くなりたい ?)
  11. Mikazuki (三日月 ?)
  12. Te o Tsunagō (手をつなごう ?)
  13. I Want You Back (Jackson 5 cover)
  14. Clap & Love
  15. For Today
  16. Kimi no Power to Otona no Furi (君のパワーと大人のフリ ?)
  1. Power of Music
  2. Rairarai (ライラライ ?)
  3. Message


Oricon Sales Chart (Japan)
Release Chart Peak position First Week Sales Sales total Chart run
June 25, 2008 Oricon Daily Album Chart 1
Oricon Weekly Album Chart 2 315,373 614,872  60 weeks
Oricon Monthly Album Chart 2
Oricon Yearly Album Chart 15 577,405


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