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Mikami Chisako (三上ちさこ, formerly known as 三上ちさ子, born August 14 in Yamanobe, Yamagata Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese singer-songwriter, most famous for having been the lead vocalist for Japanese band fra-foa.

Still as the vocalist of fra-foa, she started her solo career in 2004, releasing her debut solo single "ファンダメンタル/Viva La Revolucion" in October, and a month later her first studio album わたしはあなたの宇宙. After the…

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  • I had forgotten how fucking great she was (is)
  • Two lives coming up in Sangenjaya and Kichijoji in May. Hope I can catch one of them at least...
  • Got a bootleg of her show at Heaven's Door last Friday. She was playing some new material, sounded really good. Can't wait to hear the new album.
  • Alice Donut's cover sounds good.
  • acording to http://www.mimu-net.net she will back this year! she already had played on 22 february in SHIBUYA RUIDO K2. And her OHP says COMING SOON ! *_*
  • i miss her...
  • yeah I get it... but, although her label (which is UNIVERSAL SIGMA, the same where Onitsuka Chihiro is right now) is not the BIG Universal label -just like cutting edge and Avex in OLIVIA's case- they need their artists to sell well to keep making music for them... I hope Chisako will return to music soon though! she's an amazing artist ♥
  • it's creage, which i think is a sublabel of universal music. just like even though avex is a major label, they have sublabels which are more indie. you're a fan of olivia. remember her indie works (internal bleeding strawberry~return of the chlorophyll bunny)? well that was a sublabel of avex. i mean, cruyff in the bedroom is on the same label as mikami is. and cruyff is VERY MUCH indie.
  • but wasn't her label Universal Music?
  • but she's not even on a major label. it's not like any of the other artists on the label sell all that much either... i was thinking she was busy breast feeding her kid. i mean, she had absolutely zero activity last year.

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