shinya kimura


Shinya Kimura debuted at the end of the year 1992 with the song
”Sekaijuu No Dare Yori Kitto“ in WANDS, but we can hear something composed by him only in 1995 when WANDS published the album ”PIECE OF MY SOUL“. In fact, in this album, Shinya composed the music for the song ”Million Miles Away“. Anyway, in the 3rd period of WANDS, Shinya composed lots of music and wrote some lyrics for the singles and the album.
When WANDS disbanded, Shinya composed the song ”My Dearest You“ and so officially debuted as a composer. This song was used for Yuki Terai, which is a Virtual Japanese female singer. Another song composed for Yuki Terai was ”Fly Away Alone“.
At the moment he works in a label called U’S MUSIC and produces the band La-Vie..
He also composed music for TV.
Some fans think that Shinya is a member of LIT-HUM, a band where there is Issei Sugimoto (Issei Ambo) too; but it’s not proved.

Works

  • Mami Kawada (”Strawberrydays“)
  • SATOSHI (”ROAD TO FUTURE“, ”Ame No Owari“)
  • Yuki Terai (”My Dearest You“, ”Fly Away Alone“)
  • FLIP-FLAP (”Raburii Adobenchaa“, ”Rabu☆Rabu★Majikku“)
  • Yuka Inokuchi (”Tenshi No Merodeii“)
  • Yuuko Nagashima (”WAVER LEAF“)
  • Minami Nagasaki (”Dare Yorimoichiban Kagayai Teiru Anate He“)
  • Ayako Minase (”CLOSE“)
  • Ai Tokunaga (”Take Me To The Road“)
  • Yuma Kosaka (”Souda Mizu Tohikouki Kumo“, ”_summer“)
  • uran (”wonder life“)
  • berry (”daisy“)
  • U-ya Asaoka (”Kimi Wo Mamorita Kute“, ”Fuyu No Hana“)
  • Kazuki Kato (”Higher!“)
  • Fumiyoshi Kamo (”Aurora“)
  • Kiniine (”Nebaarando“, ”beyond of silence“)
  • Muneyuki Sato (”Yume No Tsubasa“)
  • Tackey and Tsubasa (”REAL DX“)
  • Eri Toriyama (”Suna“)
  • ANZA (”Kanata He“)
  • Ishida Mihoko (”Captain“, ”I’ll Be There“, ”one for ALL“, ”We are the one“, ”Owari Nakimono“)
  • Yasuyuki Oono (”You Damari“, ”Ganbare Nante Ienayo“)
  • THE CONDORS (”Shabara!“)
  • Shinji (”KID’S WAR“, ”grief“)
  • La-Vie. (”Jirenma (saihatsu shinguru han)“, ”FREEDOM“, ”You say... Ashita He“)
  • Rockwell (”Natsu No Nichi No 2006 -based on 1993-“, ”Answer“)
  • Kachuusha (”Koi No Uta“)

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