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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 two editions: one regular and one limited. 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 one of 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
  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 Aya and Fujimoto Miki explained that the theme of the album is "freedom".

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