Bittersweet Symphony (album)

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For the single by The Verve, see Bitter Sweet Symphony.
Bittersweet Symphony
Studio album by Jade Valerie
Released March 5, 2008
Genre Pop, electronic
Label Universal Records
Producer Roberto "Geo" Rosan
Jade Valerie albums chronology
Out of the Box
(2007)
Bittersweet Symphony
(2008)

Bittersweet Symphony is the seventh album by Jade Villalon formerly of the band Sweetbox, and the second under her new stage name, Jade Valerie.[1][2] It was released March 5, 2008 by Universal (Japan).

The album contained many ballad influences, and only two tracks contained famous classical pieces. The album also saw a departure from the widely varied sounds Jade has become known for, this time opting for many of the tracks to showcase a typical pop, dance, or ballad sound. It also, for the first time, featured a mainly piano-oriented track, as well as a guest writer for track, "We Can Run".

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by "Jade Valerie" Villalon and Robert "Geo" Rosan, except "We Can Run", co-written by Shoko Hase. Sample credits are in parenthesis below.

  1. Unbreakable (based on Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven)
  2. Like a Bird
  3. Out in the Sea (samples "The Flower Duet" by Lakmé)
  4. Razorman
  5. Living By Numbers
  6. The Last
  7. We Can Run
  8. Stuck With You
  9. Lucky Lady
  10. Piece of Love
  11. Always Mine
  12. Undone
  13. No, You Don't
  14. Empty Pages

Singles[edit]

  • Unbreakable

Chart positions[edit]

  • Oricon International Charts - #13
  • Oricon Charts - #59

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