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    Dream [JP]

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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Colors (Suspicion) lyrics
    2Movin' On lyrics
    3E.I.E.N lyrics
    4Sincerely lyrics
    5Send A Little Love lyrics
    6Stay (Now I'm Here) lyrics
    7Subpain lyrics
    8Blanket Snow lyrics
    9Kimi To Ita Sora lyrics
    10Access To Love (Y&Co. Taste Mix) lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Our Time [2001]
    2My Will [2001]
    3Night Of Fire [2000]
    4Heart On Wave / Breakin' Out [2000]
    5Reality [2000]
    6Dear... [2001]
    7Stay (Now I'm Here) [2001]
    8Private Wars [2000]
    9Movin' On [2000]
    10Super Eurobeat Present EURO dream Land [2000]


    Dream is an all-female J-pop chorus group. In May 1999, the Japanese record company avex trax held a contest in the hopes of looking for new talent. After going through 120,000 Japanese contestants, Mai Matsumuro, Yu Hasebe. and Kana Tachibana were chosen to form the new group "dream". Many consider the first three girls as the first generation of dream, which made its debut in 2000 with the single "Movin' on."

    dream consisted of those three members until July 7, 2002 when Matsumuro graduated to a solo career. Six new younger members joined the group (Risa Ai, Erie Abe, Aya Takamoto, Ami Nakashima, Shizuka Nishida and Sayaka Yamamoto) which allowed people to draw comparisons between the "new dream" and another Japanese pop group, Morning Musume. dream remained an 8-member dance & chorus group until the graduation of member Risa Ai on March 28, 2004.

    As of today, the group still consists of seven girls.

    On June 25th 2007, the group decided it was time to have a makeover, and changed their name from dream to DRM. The name reflects the change in the group itself, from a "young adolescence" image, to a "mature ladies" image.

    Taken from wikipedia.

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