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Hana (Orange Range song)

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The band's 9th single, "Hana", went on to become the highest selling single from the band; to date, the single has sold nearly 800,000 copies.
"Hana" is the ninth single by the Japanese band Orange Range.

Asterisk (song)

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The band's next single, "Asterisk", was used as the first opening theme to the anime Bleach and went straight to No. 1 on the charts and was able to stay in the top 20 for 22 weeks.
"Asterisk" is the 10th single from Orange Range.

Champione

The band finally returned to the studio and release their first single of 2006, "Champione", in mid-2006.
"Champione" is the 14th single from the Japanese band Orange Range.

Un Rock Star

"Un Rock Star", the band's next single, would break the string of consecutive number one singles.
"Un Rock Star" is the 15th single from the Japanese band Orange Range.

Sayonara (Orange Range song)

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The band's 16th single is titled "Sayonara", contrary to rumors of this being the band's final single, this is supposed to mark the second phase of the band's life, thus they are saying goodbye to the first phase.
"Sayonara" is the 16th single from the Japanese band Orange Range.

Ikenai Taiyō

Their next single, "Ikenai Taiyō", was used as the opening theme to the J-Drama adaptation of the popular manga series Hana-Kimi.
"Ikenai Taiyō" is the 17th single released from the Japanese pop band Orange Range.

Ika Summer

Their 17th single, "Ika Summer", was released in April and had a weekly peak of No. 3 on Oricon.
"Ika Summer" (イカSummer) translated as Fake or Squid Summer is the 17th single from the Japanese band Orange Range.

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Formed in 2001, the band began with Spice Music and later signed with Sony Music Japan's gr8!
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The single peaked at No. 133 on the Oricon charts. "Shiawase Neiro" was included on Orange Range's fifth studio album, Panic Fancy, which was released on July 9, 2008 and immediately topped the Oricon Album Charts on its launch date.

World World World (album)

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The band's 6th album entitled World World World was released on August 5 in both CD and DVD formats featuring Hitomi no Saki ni, Oni Goroshi, Oshare Banchou and 10 all new songs for a total of 13 tracks.
world world world is the Japanese alternative rock (a.k.a. mixture rock) band Orange Range's sixth major studio album.

Code Geass

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The band also performed the opening and ending themes to the Sunrise anime series, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2.
The bands FLOW, Ali Project, Jinn, SunSet Swish, Access, and Orange Range have provided songs for the opening and ending themes.

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Orange Range is a 5-member Japanese rock band, based in Okinawa, Japan.
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A cover version of Shanghai Honey was also featured in the game Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan.
14) Orange Range – "Shanghai Honey" (by Bugashman, Cantaman, Moss, Mouse-P, Sausen, mimi, and Akasanajar)

Be with You (2004 film)

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Hana was also used as the ending theme for the movie Ima, Ai ni Yukimasu.
Okinawan alternative rock band Orange Range sang the theme song of this movie called Hana.

Orange Ball

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Orange Ball, an indies mini-album, was Orange Range's first release.

Kizuna (Orange Range song)

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"Kizuna" is the thirteenth single from Orange Range.

Love Parade (Orange Range song)

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"Love Parade" is the 11th single of the band Orange Range released on the album Natural.

MusiQ

MusiQ is the second studio album by Japanese rock band Orange Range released on December 1, 2004.

Natural (Orange Range album)

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Natural (stylized as ИATURAL ) is the third album by Japanese rock band, Orange Range.

Panic Fancy

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"Shiawase Neiro" was included on Orange Range's fifth studio album, Panic Fancy, which was released on July 9, 2008 and immediately topped the Oricon Album Charts on its launch date.
Panic Fancy is Japanese alternative rock (a.k.a. mixture rock) band Orange Range's fifth major studio album.

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Orange Range (2012—, Spice Records/Super Echo Label/Speedstar Records)

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Orange Range is a 5-member Japanese rock band, based in Okinawa, Japan. The band is mix of pop- and rock-style music as can be heard by the vocals and the instrumentals.

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Orange Range is a 5-member Japanese rock band, based in Okinawa, Japan.

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The band is mix of pop- and rock-style music as can be heard by the vocals and the instrumentals.

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Between the time that Yamato joined and the band being signed to Spice Music's Japanese division, Orange Range mainly did covers of already famous singers and bands, like Glay and Mr. Children, for school concerts and for small art houses.