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1st GAM ~Amai Yuuwaku~
A01
Regular Edition
Album by GAM
Native title 1st GAM〜甘い誘惑〜
Released May 23, 2007
Genre J-Pop
Format CD, CD+DVD, digital download
Recorded 2006–2007
Length 45:19
Label hachama hachama
Producer Tsunku
Singles from 1st GAM ~Amai Yuuwaku~
1. Thanks!
2. Melodies
3. LU LU LU
Other Covers
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Limited Edition

1st GAM ~Amai Yuuwaku~ (1st GAM〜甘い誘惑〜; 1st GAM: ~Sweet Seduction~) is GAM's debut and only album. It was released on May 23, 2007 in both limited and regular editions. It contains GAM's first three singles and a remix of their first single "Thanks!". The limited edition included a DVD that contained an alternate versions of the music video for "LU LU LU" and making of footage. The first press of the regular edition came with three photo cards: one of Matsuura Aya, another of Fujimoto Miki, and a third card with both members.

The album reached #12 on the Oricon charts and charted for four weeks, sold 22,506 copies overall.

TracklistEdit

CDEdit

  1. Thanks!
  2. Junketsu ~Only~ (純潔 ~Only~; Purity ~Only~)
  3. Melodies
  4. Ai no Fune (愛の船; Love Boat)
  5. Koko de Kiss Shite (ここで キスして; Kiss Me Here)
  6. LU LU LU
  7. Icha♡Icha Summer (イチャ♡イチャ Summer; Flirting in the Summer♡)
  8. Aijou Oasis (愛情オアシス; Love Oasis)
  9. ・・・H (...H)
  10. Amai Yuuwaku (甘い誘惑; Sweet Seduction)
  11. Thanks! Yuuwaku Remix (Thanks!誘惑Remix; Thanks! Temptation Remix)

Limited Edition DVDEdit

  1. Melodies (Matsuura Aya Version)
  2. Melodies (Fujimoto Miki Version)
  3. LU LU LU (Dance Shot Version)
  4. Making-of Footage

Featured MembersEdit

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GAM promoting the album

Oricon Chart PositionsEdit

Daily & Weekly Ranking
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- 4 8 13 19 21 33 12 17,185
31 40 39 48 32 48 - 43 3,456
- - - - - - - 142 1,198
- - - - - - - 235 667
Yearly Ranking
Year Year Rank Sales
2007 449 22,506

Total Reported Sales: 22,506

Other Chart Positions
Country Chart Weeks

1

2

3

Taiwan Japanese Chart 4 14 17

TriviaEdit

  • The album was originally expected to have nine songs but for unknown reasons, the number of tracks on the list changed to eleven.
  • Matsuura and Fujimoto explained that the theme of the album is "freedom".

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