Strip Me?


Strip Me?
Strip Me?
Album par Anna Tsuchiya
Sortie 2 août 2006 Drapeau du Japon

24 octobre 2006 Drapeau de la France

Enregistrement 2006
Durée 54:38
Genre Jpop, Rock
Format CD, CD+DVD Drapeau du Japon

CD Drapeau de la France

Label MAD PRAY RECORDS
Classement 11e à l'Oricon
Singles
1. Change Your Life (2006)
2. Slap that Naughty Body / My Fate (2006)
3. Rose (2006)
Albums de Anna Tsuchiya
ANNA TSUCHIYA Inspi' Nana (Black Stones) (2007)

Strip Me? est le 1eralbum de Anna Tsuchiya, sorti sous le label MAD PRAY RECORDS le 2 août 2006 au Japon, et le 24 octobre 2006 en France. Il atteint la 11e place du classement de l'Oricon, et reste classé pendant 13 semaines, pour un total de 50 147 exemplaires vendus. C'est l'album le plus vendu de Anna Tsuchiya à ce jour.

Liste des titres

CD
No Titre Paroles Musique Durée
1. zero Anna Tsuchiya 大西かつみ 3:49
2. Rose Anna Tsuchiya Ayumi Miyazaki 3:48
3. No Way Anna Tsuchiya 4:23
4. Lovin' you Anna Tsuchiya Denda Mao, Murayama Shinichirou 4:33
5. Under My Mask Anna Tsuchiya LOW IQ 01 3:06
6. True Colors Tom Kelly, Billy Steinberg ACIDMAN 3:33
7. Give me Kiss & Kiss Anna Tsuchiya 3:55
8. Forever Anna Tsuchiya Murayama Shinichirou 4:30
9. Interlude Murayama Shinichirou 0:53
10. Change Your Life Anna Tsuchiya Murayama Shinichirou 3:46
11. Ecstasy Rie Eto 田中奈緒, Murayama Shinichirou 3:31
12. Jane Rie Eto Denda Mao 3:29
13. Grooving Beating Anna Tsuchiya 南葉洋平, 川嶋可能 3:44
14. Knock Down Anna Tsuchiya Ayumi Miyazaki 4:39
15. Slap that Naughty Body Anna Tsuchiya Remee 3:28
DVD
No Titre Durée
1. Taste My Skin
2. Change your life
3. Slap that Naughty Body
4. Rose ~strip me? edition~
5. SING or DIE (Documentaire)

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  • strip — ‘narrow piece’ [15] and strip ‘remove covering’ [13] are distinct words. The former was perhaps borrowed from Middle Low German strippe ‘strap’, and may be related to English stripe [17], an acquisition from Middle Dutch strīfe. A stripling [13]… …   Word origins

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