'Need love

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'Need love
Deen NeedLove.jpg
Studio album by Deen
Released 24 May 2000
Recorded 1999-2000
Genre Japanese pop
Length 50:48
Label Berg label
Producer DEEN
Deen chronology
The Day
'Need love
Singles from 'need love
  1. "Just one"
    Released: May 27, 1998
  2. "My love"
    Released: November 18, 1998
  3. "Power of love"
    Released: November 18, 1998

'Need love[1] is the fourth studio album by Japanese pop band Deen. It was released on 24 May 2000 under Berg label records. It is their first self-produced album. The album consists of three previously released singles, "Just One", "My Love" and "Power of Love". Just one has received album version under title "-Break 4 Style-"[2]

This is the last album where Naoki Uzumoto is providing music for them. In 1999, after the release of single My love he left the band.

From this album, their music style slowly start change from original rock style to more mainstream pop sphere.[3]

The album reached #10 in its first week and charted for 4 weeks, selling 58,940 copies.[4] This is their last album which entered into Oricon Top 10 rankings.

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Shuuichi Ikeda.

1."Power of Love"DEENDEEN4:08
2."Soul inspiration"Kouji YamaneDEEN3:43
3."My love" (風の中に…)Kouji Yamane, Naoki UzumotoDEEN4:10
4."Kaze no Naka ni..."Shinji TagawaDEEN3:51
5."You Gotta Kick"Kouji Yamane, Naoki UzumotoDEEN3:50
6."Sutechimae!" (すてちまえ!)Shinji TagawaDEEN4:01
7."Long Distance"Kouji YamaneDaisuke Ikeda, Deen5:12
8."Ai ga aru kara" (愛があるから)Kouji YamaneDEEN3:41
9."Hitori Bocchi no Anniversary" (ひとりぼっちのAnniversary)Shinji TagawaDEEN3:48
10."Okiagare yo Boy" (起き上がれよBOY)Kouji YamaneDeen4:09
11."JUST ONE" (-Break 4 Style-)Ikemori ShuuichiDEEN, Daisuke Ikeda6:03
12."Aoi Senshi Tachi" (蒼い戦士たち)Shinji TagawaDEEN3:52

In media[edit]

  • Aoi Senshi Tachi - commercial song for company NTT DoCoMo Shikoku
  • Just One - commercial song for company "Sharp Corporation
  • My Love - theme song for Fuji TV drama Kaze no Yukue
  • Power of Love - ending theme for Nihon TV program Sports Max


  1. ^ apostrophe is part of the title album, please don't erase it
  2. ^ "DEEN Discography". dee.gr.jp. 
  3. ^ "DEEN Discography". Sonymusic.co.jp. 
  4. ^ "'Need love (DEEN)". Oricon News.