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Sugarless Girl

Sugarless Girl
Studio album by Capsule
Released February 21, 2007 (Japan)
Genre Electropop, electro house
Label Contemode
Capsule chronology

Fruits Clipper
(2006)
Sugarless Girl
(2007)
Capsule rmx
(2007)

Sugarless Girl (stylized as "Sugarless GiRL") is the eighth album by the Japanese electro duo Capsule, released February 21, 2007.[1] The tracks "Sugarless GiRL" and "Starry sky" (now stylized as "Starry Sky") are shorten versions of the songs on the single "Starry sky" (previously released on December 13, 2006), and "Reality" (now stylized as "REALiTy") is a remix from the single version.

A promotional video to Sugarless GiRL featuring Toshiko Koshijima is available on Yasutaka Nakata's official Youtube channel.

Track listing

  1. Welcome to my World
  2. Starry Sky
  3. Reality
  4. Sugarless Girl
  5. Catch my Breath
  6. Spider
  7. Muzic
  8. Melting Point
  9. Sound of Silence
  10. Secret Paradise

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