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Twin Memories (ツイン・メモリーズ, Tsuin memorīzu) is the third studio album by Japanese idol duo Wink, released by Polystar on December 1, 1989. It features the No. 1 singles "Samishii Nettaigyo" and "One Night in Heaven (Mayonaka no Angel)". Also included in the album are Japanese-language covers of Bobby Caldwell's "Special to Me", Paul Gurvitz's "I Never Stopped Loving You", REO Speedwagon's "In Your Letter", Shocking Blue's "Never Marry a Railroad Man", Kool & the Gang's "Joanna", and John Lennon's "Oh My Love". "Special to Me" was released as a promotional single in 2018 to celebrate the duo's 30th anniversary.

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  • Twin Memories est le 3e album original du duo japonais Wink, sorti en 1989. (fr)
  • 『Twin Memories』(ツイン・メモリーズ)は、Winkの3枚目のオリジナル・アルバム。1989年12月1日にポリスターより発売された。 (ja)
  • Twin Memories (ツイン・メモリーズ, Tsuin memorīzu) is the third studio album by Japanese idol duo Wink, released by Polystar on December 1, 1989. It features the No. 1 singles "Samishii Nettaigyo" and "One Night in Heaven (Mayonaka no Angel)". Also included in the album are Japanese-language covers of Bobby Caldwell's "Special to Me", Paul Gurvitz's "I Never Stopped Loving You", REO Speedwagon's "In Your Letter", Shocking Blue's "Never Marry a Railroad Man", Kool & the Gang's "Joanna", and John Lennon's "Oh My Love". "Special to Me" was released as a promotional single in 2018 to celebrate the duo's 30th anniversary. The album peaked at No. 2 on Oricon's albums chart and sold over 454,000 copies. It was also certified Platinum by the RIAJ. (en)
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  • Twin Memories est le 3e album original du duo japonais Wink, sorti en 1989. (fr)
  • 『Twin Memories』(ツイン・メモリーズ)は、Winkの3枚目のオリジナル・アルバム。1989年12月1日にポリスターより発売された。 (ja)
  • Twin Memories (ツイン・メモリーズ, Tsuin memorīzu) is the third studio album by Japanese idol duo Wink, released by Polystar on December 1, 1989. It features the No. 1 singles "Samishii Nettaigyo" and "One Night in Heaven (Mayonaka no Angel)". Also included in the album are Japanese-language covers of Bobby Caldwell's "Special to Me", Paul Gurvitz's "I Never Stopped Loving You", REO Speedwagon's "In Your Letter", Shocking Blue's "Never Marry a Railroad Man", Kool & the Gang's "Joanna", and John Lennon's "Oh My Love". "Special to Me" was released as a promotional single in 2018 to celebrate the duo's 30th anniversary. (en)
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