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Possible Answers: SAY.

Last seen on: USA Today Crossword – Jun 25 2017

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Sei -say- (生-say- / Life -say-) is the second studio album by Japanese artist misono. It was released on July 16, 2008. The album was released in two different formats: CD only and CD+DVD. The album held the following single releases before its initial release: “Hot Time / A.__~answer~”, “Pochi”, “Zasetsu Chiten”, “Juunin Toiro”, “Mugen Kigen” and “Ninin Sankyaku”. The title of the album is a pun: Sei (生?, Life) is a homonym for the English word Say.


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The album contains all of Misono’s singles since “Pochi” up until “Ninin Sankyaku”, and all of those singles’ A-side and B-side tracks (save for “Ninin Sankyaku”‘s medley) and the DVD contains alternate versions of the music videos released for the singles. For example, the “Box ver.” of “Zasetsu Chiten” takes place solely in the box setting of the original video.

Sei -say- made it to #13 on the Oricon daily charts, but dropped to #20 on the Oricon weekly charts.

Sei -say- is the second studio album released by Japanese singer-songwriter misono. The album was released a year after her debut album never+land. It debuted in the top twenty on the Oricon Albums Charts at #13, but dropped in rank to take the #20 slot, remaining on the charts for five consecutive weeks.

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