Unchain My Heart
Single by Miyoshi Chinatsu
Released August 4, 1999
Genre J-pop
Format 8cm CD
Length 15:16
Label zetima zetima
Producer Sanada Kaoru
Miyoshi Chinatsu Singles Chronology
Next Love, Yes I do! 2nd Single (1999)

Unchain My Heart is the debut single of Miyoshi Chinatsu. The single was released on August 4, 1999, and failed to chart on the Oricon charts.

It was used as the ending theme to the TV show "Kiss Dakeja Iyah!" (later succeeded by Melon Kinenbi’s "Amai Anata no Aji").

On the date of the single’s release, a concert was held called LIVE!! Summer Nite Town 99.[1] It was an outdoor concert, with several artists from Hello! Project, which also was broadcast on TV. At this concert, Chinatsu was announced as a new singer and she introduced herself and sang her debut single.


Miyoshi Chinatsu Unchain My Heart
Miyoshi Chinatsu - Unchain My Heart (MV) (partial)

Miyoshi Chinatsu - Unchain My Heart (MV) (partial)

  1. Unchain My Heart
  2. Namonaki Generation (名もなきGeneration; Nameless Generation)
  3. Unchain My Heart (Original Karaoke)

Concert PerformancesEdit

200px-Miyoshi Chinatsu - Unchain promo

Miyoshi Chinatsu promoting single

Single InformationEdit

(All credits for both songs)


External LinksEdit

Miyoshi Chinatsu
Singles Unchain My Heart | Love, Yes I do! | Anata no Shirt to Love song
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