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SweetS

SweetS
Origin Japan
Genres Pop
Years active 2003–2006
Labels avex trax
Associated acts Tokyo Girls' Style
Website Official Website
Past members Akiko Kashiwagi
Ayaka Yoshimura
Haruna Takewa
Mai Iwasaki
Miori Takimoto

Sweets (スイーツ Suītsu?) (stylized as SweetS) was a Japanese idol group. Put together through auditions, the group debuted in 2003 on the avex trax label. Although the group met minor success, they disbanded after three years with the release of a final single in June 2006.

History

In the 2002 Avex auditions, 5 girls aged 12–13 were selected out of a group of hopefuls to form a new group called SweetS. After a year of training, they finally debuted on 27 August 2003 with a single titled LolitA ☆ Strawberry in summer. They were voted number 1 in the popular J-Music magazine CD-DATA in November 2004.

They released 11 singles, 1 full album, 2 mini-albums, 3 DVDs, 2 photobooks and participated in various collaborations and compilations.

Discography

Singles

# Title Single information
1 LolitA☆Strawberry in Summer
  • Release date: (27 August 2003)
  • Oricon ranking position: 23
  • Main Vocalist: Aya
  • Minor Vocalist: Aki, Haruna
2 Love★Raspberry Juice
  • Release date: (19 November 2003)
  • Oricon ranking position: 26
  • Main Vocalist: Aya
  • Minor Vocalist: Haruna
3 Love Like Candy Floss
  • Release date: (11 February 2004)
  • Oricon ranking position: 28
  • Main Vocalist: Aya, Haruna
  • Minor Vocalist: Aki, Mai, Miori
4 Grow Into Shinin' Stars
  • Release date: (16 June 2004)
  • Oricon ranking position: 19
  • Main Vocalist: Aya, Haruna
  • Minor Vocalist: None
5 Sky
  • Release date: (3 November 2004)
  • Oricon ranking position: 37
  • Main Vocalist: Aya, Haruna
  • Minor Vocalist: Aki, Mai, Miori
6 Countdown / oursong ~別れの詩~ (Countdown / oursong ~wakare no uta~)
  • Release date: (2 February 2005)
  • Oricon ranking position: 48
  • Main Vocalist: Aya, Haruna
  • Minor Vocalist: Aki, Mai, Miori
7 ミエナイツバサ (Mienai Tsubasa)
  • Release date: (1 June 2005)
  • Oricon ranking position: 39
  • Main Vocalist: Aya, Haruna
  • Minor Vocalist: Aki, Mai, Miori
8 Earthship ~宇宙船地球号~ (Earthship ~Uchuusen Chikyuu Gou~)
  • Release date: (10 August 2005)
  • Oricon ranking position: 42
  • Main Vocalist: Aya, Haruna
  • Minor Vocalist: Aki, Mai, Miori
9 on the way ~約束の場所へ~ (on the way ~Yakusoku no Basho e~)
  • Release date: (2 November 2005)
  • Oricon ranking position: 62
  • Main Vocalist: Haruna
  • Minor Vocalist: Mai, Miori
    • Aki and Aya were absent from this single due to school commitments
10 Bitter sweets
  • Release date: (23 March 2006)
  • Oricon ranking position: 44
  • Main Vocalist: Aya, Haruna
  • Minor Vocalist: Aki, Mai, Miori
11 Color of tears
  • Release date: (7 June 2006)
  • Oricon ranking position: 60
  • Main Vocalist: Aya, Haruna
  • Minor Vocalist: Aki, Mai, Miori

Mini-albums

# Title Release Date
1 SweetS
  • (3 March 2004)
2 keep on movin'
  • (23 February 2005)

Full-Length albums

# Title Release Date
1 5 elementS
  • (5 October 2005)
2 Delicious - Complete Best
  • (2 August 2006)

Collaborations

# Title Single information
1 1st X'mas
  • (10 December 2003)
    • Collaborative Christmas single with dream and Fruits Punch
2 2nd X'mas
  • (1 December 2004)
    • Collaboration with dream and Aiko Kayo
    • SweetS did a cover of the single titled 'oursong ~別れの詩~'
2 3rd X'mas
  • (16 November 2005)

DVDs

# Title Release Date
1 LolitA☆Strawberry in summer
  • (10 September 2003)
2 Wings of my heart
  • (20 July 2005)
3 SweetS 1st LIVETOUR Earthship ~宇宙船地球号~
  • (7 December 2005)
3 Precious Memories
  • (6 June 2006)

Photobooks

# Title Release Date
1 SweetS #1
  • (27 August 2005)
2 Hi Ma'am
  • (7 June 2006)
    • SweetS Graduation Photo Album

External links

  • SweetS official site
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