F.I.R.-Fairyland in Reality

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F.I.R. – Fairyland in Reality
F.I.R. – Fairyland in Reality cover
Studio album 飛兒樂團 同名專輯 by F.I.R.
Released 23 May 2004 (2004-05-23)
Recorded 2002–2004
Genre Mandopop, Alternative pop, pop rock, C-rock
Length 49:47
Language Mandarin
Label Warner Music Taiwan
Producer Ian Chen (陳建寧)
F.I.R. chronology
F.I.R.-Fairyland in Reality
飛兒樂團 同名專輯
(2004)
Unlimited
無限
(2005)

F.I.R. – Fairyland in Reality Self-Title Album (Chinese: 飛兒樂團 同名專輯) is Taiwanese Mandopop pop rock band F.I.R.'s (Chinese: 飛兒樂團) debut Mandarin studio album. It was released on 23 May 2004 by Warner Music Taiwan.[1] The last track "Next Album Preview" vaguely announces that their second album Unlimited would have an electric rock track.

The album won Longest Charting Album and the track, "Lydia" won one of the Top 10 Songs of the Year at the 2005 HITO Radio Music Awards presented by Taiwanese radio station Hit FM.[2]

The album was awarded one of the Top 10 Selling Mandarin Albums of the Year at the 2004 IFPI Hong Kong Album Sales Awards, presented by the Hong Kong branch of IFPI.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "尋夢之途..." (The Way to the Dream...) – 2′44″
  2. "Fly Away" – 4′35″
  3. "Lydia" – 3′57″
  4. "流浪者之歌" (The Traveler's Song) – 4′00″
  5. "我們的愛" (Our Love) – 4′45″
  6. "光芒" (Flame) – 3′33″
  7. "Lydia" - piano instrumental – 3′24″
  8. "你的微笑" ("Your Smile) – 4′19″
  9. "塔羅牌" (Tarot Cards) – 4′09″
  10. "後樂園" (Hidden Eden) – 4′16″
  11. "Revolution" – 4′05″
  12. "You Make Me Want To Fall In Love" – 4′44″
  13. "Next Album Preview" – 0′43″

Charts[edit]

Release Chart Peak position
23 April 2004 G-music Top 20 1
Hito board Top 10 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ (Chinese) Warner Music Taiwan F.I.R. – Fairyland in Reality Self-Title Album info 23 May 2004. Retrieved 2011-05-06
  2. ^ (Chinese) Liberty Times 2005 HITO Radio Music Awards winners list Retrieved 2011-05-05
  3. ^ (Chinese) IFPI Hong Kong 2004 IFPI Hong Kong Album Sales Awards winners list Retrieved 2011-04-19

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