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Glay
For other uses, see Glay (disambiguation). GLAY is a Japanese rock band, formed in Hakodate in 1988. Glay primarily composes songs in the rock and pop
Apr 7th 2017



Drive: Glay Complete Best
Drive: Glay-Complete-BestGlay Complete Best (typeset as DRIVE ~GLAY complete BEST~) is the second "greatest hits" album by Japanese pop/rock band Glay. It is composed by
Jan 27th 2017



Glay, Doubs
Glay is a commune in the Doubs department in eastern France. It is located in the Jura mountains near the border with Switzerland. The area around Glay
Jan 29th 2017



Dirkir Glay
Dirkir Kohn Glay (born 1 January 1992) is an Liberian professional footballer who currently plays for Indonesian club side Persiba Balikpapan in the Liga
May 12th 2017



Glay Global Communication
GLAY-Global-CommunicationGLAY Global Communication was an 11-episode, thirty-minute, television series aired on the Fuji Television Networks hosted by the Japanese rock band, GLAY
Dec 3rd 2015



Glay Rare Collectives Vol. 1 and 2
Glay-Rare-Collectives-VolGlay Rare Collectives Vol. 1 and 2 are the third and fourth released collection albums from the Japanese rock band, Glay. Unlike Review and Drive: Glay
May 3rd 2017



Glay discography
The discography of Japanese pop rock band Glay consists of ten studio albums, forty-two unique singles, twenty-seven video albums, and sixty-four songs
Nov 8th 2015



Glay (disambiguation)
Glay is a Japanese rock band. Glay may also refer to: Glay (album), a 2010 album by Glay Glay, Doubs, a commune in France Marcel Le Glay (1920–1992), French
Dec 7th 2016



One Love (Glay album)
One Love is the seventh released album from the Japanese rock band Glay. This album is the first one to have song compositions from each member (except
Jul 8th 2015



Hisashi (musician)
Japanese musician. He is best known as the lead guitarist for the rock band GLAY. He is particularly associated with the brand Tokai, designing a series of
Apr 29th 2017



Beloved (Glay album)
Beloved is the fourth album by Japanese rock/pop band Glay. It was released on November 18, 1996, and peaked at #1 at Oricon charts, with 1,522,540 copies
Oct 22nd 2015



Review (Glay album)
hits album from the Japanese rock band, Glay. It was released on October 10, 1997, and this album contains Glay's most popular singles and tracks from
Nov 30th 2016



Glay (album)
Glay is the eleventh studio album by Japanese band Glay. The album was released on October 13, 2010. It reached #1 at Oricon charts and Billboard Japan
Feb 3rd 2017



The Great Vacation Vol. 1: Super Best of Glay
The Great Vacation Vol.1: Super Best of Glay is a compilation album by Japanese band Glay, released on June 10, 2009. It reached #2 on Billboard Japan
Aug 11th 2016



Dannemarie, Doubs
Dannemarie (unofficial also Dannemarie-les-Glay) is a commune in the Doubs department in the Bourgogne-Franche-Comte region in eastern France. Communes
Jan 31st 2017



Maurice Le Glay
Maurice Le Glay (1868 – 3 April 1936) was a French Army officer and author of works on Morocco. He served as an artillery and political officer in Algeria
Nov 6th 2016



Jiro (musician)
is a Japanese musician. He is best known as the bassist of the rock band Glay. He is also the bassist in the sideband The Predators. Jiro grew up the
Mar 4th 2017



The Great Vacation Vol. 2: Super Best of Glay
The Great Vacation Vol.2: Super Best of Glay is a compilation album by Japanese band Glay, released on October 21, 2009. It reached #1 at Billboard Japan
Aug 11th 2016



Justice (Glay album)
Justice is the twelfth studio album by Japanese pop rock band Glay, released simultaneously with Guilty on January 23, 2013. It reached #1 on Oricon charts
May 24th 2016



Marcel Le Glay
Marcel Le Glay (7 May 1920, Arleux near Douai (Nord) – 14 August 1992) was a 20th-century French historian and archaeologist, specializing in ancient Rome
Nov 6th 2016



Pure Soul (album)
Pure Soul is the fifth released album from the Japanese rock band Glay. The album was a slight departure from the rock and power ballad sound the band
Dec 15th 2016



Unity Roots and Family, Away
album from the Japanese rock band Glay. It reached #1 on Oricon charts and sold about 436,180 copies. In this album Glay takes a new turn and dabbles in
Dec 4th 2016



Music Life
Music Life is the thirteenth studio album by Japanese pop rock band Glay, released on November 5, 2014. It reached #2 at the Oricon weekly charts, #5 at
Jan 13th 2017



L'Année épigraphique
Marcel Le Glay. 1966–1973: Jean Gage, Marcel Le Glay, HansHans-Georg Pflaum and Pierre Wuilleumier. 1974–1978: Andre Chastagnol, Jean Gage, Marcel Le Glay and H
Oct 21st 2016



Guilty (Glay album)
Guilty is the twelfth studio album by Japanese pop rock band Glay, released simultaneously with Justice on January 23, 2013. It reached #2 at Oricon charts
Dec 4th 2016



Heavy Gauge
Heavy Gauge is the 6th album by Japanese rock band Glay. In this album Glay dabbles in the gospel genre for the first time, using gospel choirs in songs
Jan 27th 2017



Hai to Diamond
Daiyamondo?, "Ash or Diamond") is the debut album by Japanese rock band Glay. It was released on May 25, 1994 on the independent label Extasy Records
Aug 13th 2016



Teru (singer)
vocalist of the rock band GLAY, for which he was initially the drummer. He also founded the side-band rally, with Hisashi (Glay), Kouji Ueno (The Hiatus
Nov 28th 2016



The Frustrated
The Frustrated is the ninth album by Japanese rock band Glay. It was released on March 24, 2004, and peaked at #2 at Oricon charts, with 241,485 copies
Oct 23rd 2015



Beat Out!
Out! (typeset as BEAT out!) is the third album by Japanese rock/pop band Glay. It was released on July 2, 1996, and peaked at #1 at Oricon charts, with
Jun 15th 2015



Ballad Best Singles: White Road
is the fourth released greatest hits album from the Japanese rock band, Glay. The album peaked at #1 at Oricon charts, with 411,521 sales. It was certified
Oct 22nd 2015



However
However is the 12th single release by Japanese band Glay on August 6, 1997. It debuted at #1 on the Oricon chart, appearing at that position for 5 weeks
Apr 5th 2017



Takuro (musician)
musician. He is best known as one of the guitarists and leader of the rock band Glay, for which he is also the main composer and lyricist. As a composer and musician
Sep 14th 2016



Misery (hide song)
by Glay and Shame respectively on the 1999 hide tribute album Tribute Spirits. Glay performed their cover live on July 31, 1999 at their first Glay Expo
Jan 27th 2017



Winter, Again
"Winter, Again" is the 16th single by Japanese band Glay. It reached #1 on the weekly Oricon charts and sold 1,638,120 copies in 1999, becoming the #2
Dec 15th 2016



Makuhari Messe
Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour. On July 31, 1999, rock band Glay held their first Glay Expo concert, titled Glay Expo '99 Survival, at the venue. The concert garnered
May 22nd 2017



Speed Pop
Speed Pop is the second album by Japanese rock band Glay. It is the band's major label debut album, was released on March 3, 1995 and peaked at #8 at Oricon
Jan 4th 2017



Yuuwaku
"Yuuwaku" is the 13th single by Japanese band Glay. It reached No. 1 on the weekly Oricon charts and sold 1,611,920 copies in 1998, becoming the best selling
Dec 5th 2016



Zero Landmine
(ex-Dreams Come True) Chara Motoharu Sano Hideki Matsutake Teru (Glay) Takuro (Glay, guitar) Ryuichi Sakamoto (keyboards, piano) Haruomi Hosono (bass)
Sep 23rd 2015



The Predators (Japanese band)
formed in 2005 by Sawao Yamanaka (The Pillows), Yoshihito "Jiro" Wayama (Glay) and Nakayama Shinpei Nakayama (Straightener). In 2010 Nakayama left and was replaced
Apr 5th 2017



Love Is Beautiful (album)
Love Is Beautiful is the tenth album by Japanese band Glay. The album was released on January 31, 2007. It reached #1 on Oricon charts with 193,530 sales
Jan 4th 2017



39th Japan Record Awards
Namie Amuro for "Can You Celebrate?" Best Vocalist: Mitsuko Nakamura Best New Artist: Rina Chinen Best Album: Glay for "BELOVED" Official Website
Apr 30th 2014



For Life Music
Tomita, Doopees, Bennie K, Chihiro Onitsuka, Miss Monday, Sayuri Sugawara and Glay. List of record labels Official site'of FLME Inc.' Website (Japanese)
Oct 3rd 2016



Singer for Singer
Singer for Singer features collaborations with Kubota">Toshinobu Kubota, Fumiya Fujī, Glay, Chara, Kazufumi-MiyazawaKazufumi Miyazawa (The Boom), Eisho Higa (Begin) and Kōji Tamaki
Dec 20th 2016



Love Is Beautiful
Love Is Beautiful may refer to: Love Is Beautiful (album), a 2007 album by Glay Love Is Beautiful (TV series), a 2002 Hong Kong costume drama
May 11th 2013



41st Japan Record Awards
primary ceremonies were televised in Japan on TBS. Japan Record Award: Glay for "Winter,again" Best Vocalist: Hiromi Go Best New Artist: Amika Hattan
Apr 30th 2014



Gley
Gley may refer to: Eugene Gley (1857–1930), French physiologist and endocrinologist Gley soil, a type of hydric soil Glay (disambiguation)
Jul 30th 2016



2017 Red Bull Air Race of Chiba
Chiba of the third game is also a maritime race. Glay will serve as the ambassador of this event. Also, Glay also wrote the theme song "XYZ". 2017 January
May 18th 2017



Synchronized Rockers
Music) "Hybrid Rainbow" (by Bump of Chicken) "Strange Chameleon" (by Mr. Children) "Sad Sad Kiddie" (by Yuta, Toshi, Chiho and Jiro's session, from Glay)
Jan 11th 2015



Extasy Records
signed several then-little-known bands, among them future million-selling Glay and Luna Sea. Extasy along with Free-Will are credited with helping to spread
May 10th 2017





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