Take Back

TAKE BACK
Single par Kumi Kōda
extrait de l’album Affection
Face A TAKE BACK (original mix)
Face B Your Song (original mix)
Sortie 6 décembre 2000 Drapeau du Japon
Durée 29:47
Genre Jpop, R&B
Format CD single
Label Rhythm Zone
Classement 59e à l'Oricon
Singles de Kumi Kōda
Trust Your Love (2001)

TAKE BACK est le 1ersingle de Kumi Kōda sorti sous le label Rhythm Zone le 6 décembre 2000 au Japon. Il atteint la 59e place du classement de l'Oricon. Il se vend à 4 090 exemplaires la première semaine, et reste classé pendant 8 semaines, pour un total de 22 680 exemplaires vendus. Il sort également aux États-Unis en format CD et Maxi CD.

TAKE BACK a été utilisé comme campagne publicitaire pour Kracie Home Products. TAKE BACK se trouve sur l'album Affection, sur la compilation Best: First Things et sur l'album remix Koda Kumi Driving Hit's. Your Song se trouve également sur l'album Affection et sur la compilation Best ~Bounce & Lovers~.

Liste des titres

Toutes les paroles sont écrites par Kumi Kōda

CD
No Titre Musique Durée
1. TAKE BACK (Original mix) Kazuhito Kikuchi 4:56
2. Your Song Kaido 5:21
3. TAKE BACK (Tricky Stewart Remix) 4:41
4. TAKE BACK (Daylight Remix) 4:30
5. TAKE BACK (Instrumental) 4:57
6. Your Song (Instrumental) 5:20
CD États-Unis
No Titre Durée
1. TAKE BACK 4:56
2. Your Song 5:21
Maxi CD États-Unis
No Titre Durée
1. Take Back (Jonathan Peters' radio mix)
2. Take Back (Hex Hector main radio mix)
3. Take Back (Junior's radio mix)
4. Take Back (C."Tricky" Stewart remix)
5. Take Back (Hex Hector main club mix)
6. Take Back (Junior's pop club anthem)
7. Take Back (Jonathan Peters' club mix)
8. Take Back (Junior's dub anthem)
9. Take Back (Jonathan Peters' Sound Factory dub)
10. Take Back (Hex Hector dub)

Liens externes


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  • Take Back — Infobox Single Name = Take Back Artist = Kumi Koda/Koda from Album = affection Released = flagicon|JPN December 6, 2000 flagicon|USA May 12, 2001 Format = CD Genre = JPop Length = N/A Label = Sounday 75766 70486 2 2 (U.S., CD) 75766 70486 1 5… …   Wikipedia

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  • take back — v. 1) (D; tr.) ( to accept ) to take back from (they took the furniture back from the customer) 2) (D; tr.) ( to return ) to take back to (she took the book back to the library) * * * [ teɪk bæk] (D; tr.) ( to return ) to take back to (she took… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • take back — {v.} To change or deny something offered, promised, or stated; admit to making a wrong statement. * /I take back my offer to buy the house now that I ve had a good look at it./ * /I want you to take back the unkind things you said about Kenneth./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take back — {v.} To change or deny something offered, promised, or stated; admit to making a wrong statement. * /I take back my offer to buy the house now that I ve had a good look at it./ * /I want you to take back the unkind things you said about Kenneth./ …   Dictionary of American idioms


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