Utada Hikaru - Exodus album download
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Engineer [Assistant] – Brian Russell*, Dan Bucchi, Mat Snedecor*Programmed By – Pete DavisRecorded By – Goh Hotoda
Engineer [Assistant] – Jason Dale, Pat WoodwardProgrammed By – Utada*Programmed By [Additional] – Pete Davis, Steve SidelnykRecorded By – Goh Hotoda
Engineer [Assistant] – Patrick MageeProducer – TimbalandRecorded By – Demacio Castellon*, Goh HotodaWritten-By – T. Mosley*
Coordinator [Production Coordinator] – Yuko HondaProgrammed By – Pete Davis, Utada*Recorded By – Matsui Atsushi*, Goh Hotoda, Yamamoto Yasutaka*
Guitar – Mike Golub*, Teruzane Skingg U*Recorded By – Goh Hotoda
Programmed By – Utada*Programmed By [Additional] – Pete DavisRecorded By – Goh Hotoda
Programmed By – Pete Davis, Utada*Recorded By – Matsui Atsushi*, Goh Hotoda, Yamamoto Yasutaka*
Programmed By – Pete Davis, Utada*Recorded By – Goh Hotoda
Programmed By – Utada*Recorded By – Goh Hotoda
Drums – John Theodore*Programmed By – Utada*Programmed By [Additional] – Pete DavisRecorded By – Matsui Atsushi*, Goh Hotoda, Yamamoto Yasutaka*
|11||You Make Me Want To Be A Man
Programmed By – Utada*Recorded By – Goh HotodaSaxophone – Brian G. Russell*
Engineer [Assistant] – Patrick MageeRecorded By – Demacio Castellon*, Goh HotodaRemix – Timbaland
|13||Let Me Give You My Love
Producer – TimbalandRecorded By – Demacio Castellon*, Goh HotodaWritten-By – T. Mosley*
Acoustic Guitar, Programmed By – Utada*Programmed By [Additional] – Pete DavisRecorded By – Goh Hotoda, Yamamoto Yasutaka*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Island Def Jam Music Group
- Copyright (c) – Island Def Jam Music Group
- Distributed By – Universal Music & Video Distribution, Corp.
- Art Direction, Design – Jane Morledge
- Creative Director – Rick Patrick
- Executive-Producer – Teruzane Skingg U*, Utada*
- Mastered By – Tom Coyne
- Mixed By – Goh Hotoda
- Photography By – Patrick Ibanez
- Producer – Teruzane Skingg U* (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 12, 14), Utada* (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 12, 14)
- Written-By – Utada*
NotesManufactured and Printed in Indonesia.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 602498631621
|B0003185-02||Utada*||Exodus (CD, Album)||Island Records||B0003185-02||US||2004|
|B000318502||Utada*||Exodus (CD, Album)||Island Records||B000318502||Canada||2004|
|UICL-1046||Utada*||Exodus (CD, Album)||Island Records||UICL-1046||Japan||2004|
|MICP-0025||Utada*||Exodus (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Miya Records||MICP-0025||Taiwan||2004|
|CP8918, 986 368-2||Utada*||Exodus (Cass, Album)||Island Records, Island Records||CP8918, 986 368-2||South Korea||2004|
After being discovered in North America by Island CEO Lyon Cohen when she contributed to the Rush Hour 2 soundtrack, he was very interested in signing Utada to his record label and she eventually accepted the offer. She traveled to Los Angeles, California to sign the contract and begun recording the studio album straight after her signing.
Distance is the second Japanese album (third overall) released by Japanese-American J-pop singer Utada Hikaru, released on March 28, 2001 in direct "competition" with A Best by Ayumi Hamasaki (see 2001 in music).
cover Type Studio album. It was released on September 9 2004, in Japan, with a special booklet and housed in a cardboard slipcase. All of the Japanese translations were done by nihongoHiroko Shintani新谷洋子Shintani Hirōko, except for the song "Animato" which was translated by Utada herself.
All songs written and composed by Utada, except "Exodus '04" and "Let Me Give You My Love" composed by Utada and Timbaland.
You have to realize that 'Japanese Utada Hikaru' does NOT necessarily have to be equal to 'English Utada'. However, Hikki does have an effect on me and I really love her voice/style. raito March 10th 2007. And this album influenced her new japanese style, making Ultra Blue and Flavor of Life a clean sequence of Exodus. drewhnovak February 17th 2009.
Utada Hikaru (宇多田ヒカル) is a Japanese pop singer-songwriter under the EPIC Records label. Her debut album First Love is the best selling album in Asian music history, with over . 5 million copies sold in Japan alone. In total she has sold over 38,000,000 million records in Japan, and 3 of her albums are in the Top 10 best-selling albums of all time in Japan ( making her one of the most successful and popular singers in J-pop history.
Information EXODUS is Utada Hikaru’s first international album under the name Utada (though her first English album was Cubic U’s Precious). Utada’s style on EXODUS greatly shocked many of her fans, as it was nothing like her previous works. EXODUS has a unique sound, with all of the songs written by Utada herself and even a lot of the mixing being done by herself. The tracks are a mix of Pop, Techno, R&B, J-Pop, Dance and Acoustic which merge into one unique genre