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Seinaru Kane ga Hibiku Yoru
SeinaruKanegaHibikuYoru-r
Single by Tanpopo
from the album All of Tanpopo
Native title 聖なる鐘がひびく夜
Released October 20, 1999
Genre J-Pop
Format CD single
Length 20:23
Label zetima zetima
Producer Tsunku
Tanpopo Singles Chronology
Previous Tanpopo (Single Version) 3rd single (1999)
Next Otome Pasta ni Kandou 5th single (2000)

Seinaru Kane ga Hibiku Yoru (聖なる鐘がひびく夜; The Night the Sound of the Holy Bell Echoes) Tanpopo's fourth single. It was released on October 20, 1999, as a 8 cm CD, and peaked at #2 on the weekly Oricon charts, charting for twelve weeks and selling 209,200 copies overall.

This is the only Tanpopo single that doesn't have a B-side track and an instrumental, which are standards for Hello! Project singles. Instead, it includes three solo versions of main song, sung by the first generation line-up of the group.

"Seinaru Kane ga Hibiku Yoru" was used as the ending theme to Idol wo Sagase!

TracklistEdit

Tanpopo - Seinaru Kane ga Hibiku Yoru (MV)

Tanpopo - Seinaru Kane ga Hibiku Yoru (MV)

Seinaru Kane ga Hibiku Yoru (MV)

  1. Seinaru Kane ga Hibiku Yoru
  2. Seinaru Kane ga Hibiku Yoru (featuring Iida)
  3. Seinaru Kane ga Hibiku Yoru (featuring Ishiguro)
  4. Seinaru Kane ga Hibiku Yoru (featuring Yaguchi)

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Single InformationEdit

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PerformancesEdit

TV PerformancesEdit

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Concert PerformancesEdit

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Event PerformancesEdit

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CoversEdit

TriviaEdit

  • First press: one out of four trading cards
  • An English cover of Seinaru Kane ga Hibiku Yoru was recorded by Lalah Hathaway as "My Love (Holy Night)" for the album Cover Morning Musume Hello! Project!.
  • On the exact day of release, Niinuma Kisora was born.

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