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The Best of Melody: Timeline

The Best of melody.: Timeline
Released October 8, 2008 (Japan)
Recorded 2002-2007
Genre J-Pop
Length 1:11:14
Label Toy's Factory
melody. chronology

Lei Aloha
The Best of melody.: Timeline

Timeline is the first "best-of" compilation album by Japanese pop singer melody., to be released October 8, 2008. It will include all of her a-sides from her debut single Dreamin' Away to her most recent single, Haruka. It will be released in a CD-only edition as well as a CD + DVD edition and will include no new songs. A few b-sides will be included, as will a collaboration single with M-Flo.[1]

This album is also her last release with Toy's Factory.

Track listing


  1. Dreamin' Away
  2. Simple As That
  3. Over the Rainbow
  4. Crystal Love
  5. Believe Me
  6. So into You
  7. Next to You
  8. Realize
  9. Take a Chance
  10. See You...
  11. Lovin' U
  12. Finding My Road
  13. My Dear
  14. Love Story
  15. Haruka (遥花~はるか~; Eternal Flower)
  16. Miss You (M-Flo Melody. & Ryohei Yamamoto) (Bonus Track)


  1. Dreamin' Away (PV)
  2. Simple As That (PV)
  3. Crystal Love (PV)
  4. Believe Me (PV)
  5. Next to You (PV)
  6. Realize (PV)
  7. See You... (PV)
  8. Lovin' U (PV)
  9. Finding My Road (PV)
  10. Love Story (PV)
  11. Haruka (遥花~はるか~; Eternal Flower) (PV)
  12. Miss You (M-Flo Melody. & Ryohei Yamamoto) (PV)



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