07 March 2014

Japan: Dreams Come True Pop Band


Dreams Come True is commonly known as DCT and sometimes referred to as "Dorikamu" by their fans. 

Dreams Come True released their self-titled debut album in 1989, which sold more than one million copies. Their 1992 release, The Swinging Star, was the first Japanese album to sell over three million copies.

In 1993, they recorded "Winter Song" for the opening theme of the TriStar Pictures film Sleepless in Seattle and the following year recorded the song "Eternity" for the animated film The Swan Princess by New Line Cinema.

In Japan, they recorded theme songs for programs produced by Tokyo Broadcasting SystemThe Walt Disney Company hired the band to create themes for their television shows and attractions at the Tokyo Disney Resort. In 2001, the band performed "Crystal Vine," the theme song for the Japanese version of Atlantis: The Lost Empire. (Text from Wikipedia)


In English and the music video -   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8L_fK61Bluw