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They became the first a cappella group to be in the top 3 of the chart in Japan with their 16th single, "Hitori". Retrieved 28 August Albums 4. Menu JpopAsia Search Login. For more guidance, see Wikipedia:Translation. Originally calling themselves the A Cappella Circle when they were at the University of Waseda, they changed their name to the Gospellers in after graduating.

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    The Gospellers (ゴスペラーズ) are a Japanese a cappella vocal group made up of Tetsuya Murakami, Kaoru Kurosawa, Yuji Sakai, Yoichi Kitayama and Yutaka. Thailand edition of Print and extremely rare. Product details. Audio Cassette; Label: Sony Music Thailand; ASIN: BIUBMOA; Average Customer.

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    Originally calling themselves the A Cappella Circle when they were at the University of Waseda, they changed their name to the Originally calling themselves the A Cappella Circle when they were at the University of Waseda, they changed their name to the Gospellers in after graduating.

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    Retrieved 28 August MusicBrainz : ebaaa5cbab96c Many of the western Gospeller fans were upset about the outrage it caused on some discussion forums, many that weren't fans felt offended by the blackface the group members had chosen to take on.

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    They spent the next 6 years working towards national recognition, releasing 13 singles and 5 albums, until they finally came up with a hit single "Towa ni", which stayed in the Oricon chart ranking for 44 consecutive weeks in and Load more.

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    Released 4 December on Ki/oon (catalog no. KSCL; CD). Genres: A cappella.

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    The Gospellers (ゴスペラーズ) is a Japanese a cappella group signed to Ki/oon 3 on the Oricon chart, which marked the 1st occasion a complete a cappella. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of aCappella on Discogs.
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    Fortunately, this project was announced as a side-project and released only one album under its name. Many of the western Gospeller fans were upset about the outrage it caused on some discussion forums, many that weren't fans felt offended by the blackface the group members had chosen to take on.

    Load more. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. They became the first a cappella group to be in the top 3 of the chart in Japan with their 16th single, "Hitori".

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    1. They spent the next ten years working towards national recognition, releasing 24 singles and 9 albums during that time.

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    3. Create account Login Forgot password. Originally calling themselves the A Cappella Circle when they were at the University of Waseda, they changed their name to the Gospellers in after graduating.