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Monday Michiru discography

The discography of Monday Michiru, a Japanese jazz singer, consists of fourteen studio albums, thirteen extended plays (EPs), ten compilation and/or remix albums, as well as other materials released since 1991.

Studio albums

Year Title Record label
1991 Mangetsu Virgin
1994 Maiden Japan Kitty/Universal
1995 Jazz Brat Kitty/Universal
1998 Double Image Universal
1999 Optimista Universal
2000 4 Seasons Universal
2002 Episodes in Color Sony Music
2003 Moods Quality Records
2004 Naked Breath ArtistShare
2005 Routes ArtistShare
2007 Alternate Routes ArtistShare
2007 My Ever Changing Moods [1] Geneon Universal
2008 Nexus Pony Canyon
2011 Don't Disturb This Groove Grand Gallery
2012 Soulception Adventure Music
2013 Brasilified Adventure Music

EPs

Year Title Record label
1992 Naked With You NEC Avenue
1995 Sunshine After the Rain Kitty/Universal
1996 Broken Tears Kitty/Universal
1998 Mermaid Kitty/Universal
1998 You Make Me Kitty/Universal
1999 Yellow Bird Universal
1999 Play It by Ear Universal
1999 Tomorrow's Sunrise Universal
1999 Higher Universal
2000 New Beginnings Universal
2000 Chasing After the Sun Universal
2000 Fallin' Universal
2000 Introspection Universal

Remix Albums/Compilations

Year Title Record label
1994 Groovement Kitty/Universal
1994 Double Groovement Kitty/Universal
1996 Adoption Agency Kitty/Universal
1996 Look into the Past (To See the Future) '91-'97 Kitty/Universal
1996 Delicious Poison Kitty/Universal
1999 Premiumix Universal
2001 Selections 1997-2000 Universal
2001 Recollections Universal
2002 Look Into the Past (To See the Future) 2 Universal
2005 Free Soul Collection SIGMA/Universal

Promos

Year Title Record label
1999 Collage '99 (VHS) Kitty/Universal

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