J-Pop group Passpo have released details about their latest album "Tracks"
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27 Oct 2014 - 1:45 PM  UPDATED 27 Oct 2014 - 1:46 PM

The details for PASSPO’s latest album have been released!

Tokyo Hive has reported that the album “Tracks” will celebrate the 5 year anniversary of PASSPO and will be made up of a number of hits that they’ve had over their time together. It will also include the new song “Tracks” which has apparently been made for the 5th anniversary, as well as a new version of “Shoujo Hikou” (their debut single).

 

 

Tokyo Girls Update says the album will be available in four different versions and is in keeping with PASSPO’s travel theme- First Class Edition, Economy Edition, Lost Cost Carrier Edition Peach and Low Cost Carrier Edition Vanilla.

It will also be the last release for graduating member Okunaka Makoto, who is set to graduate from the group at Tokyo Dome City Hall next year, on January 1.

“Tracks” is expected to be released in Japan on December 10.