Ms. Vocalist

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Ms. Vocalist
Studio album by Debbie Gibson
Released November 3, 2010 (Japan)
Genre Pop, standards
Length 59:32
Label Sony Music Japan
Producer Deborah Gibson
Debbie Gibson album chronology
Colored Lights: The Broadway Album
(2003)
Ms. Vocalist
(2010)

Ms. Vocalist is the ninth studio album by American singer-songwriter/actress Debbie Gibson. Released in 2010 exclusively in Japan by Sony Music Japan, the album features Gibson's English-language covers of popular Japanese songs. In addition, the album includes a duet with Mr. Big vocalist Eric Martin and two re-recordings of her number one hit "Lost in Your Eyes", with one version sung in Japanese.[1] A deluxe edition release features four extra re-recordings of songs from her 1987 debut album Out of the Blue.[2]

Ms. Vocalist is the female counterpart of Eric Martin's Mr. Vocalist album series.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Tsunami" (Keisuke Kuwata) (5:14)
  2. "Say Yes" (Ryo Asuka) (4:44)
  3. "I Love You" (Yutaka Ozaki) (4:19)
    • Originally recorded by Yutaka Ozaki
  4. "Roman Hikou" (浪漫飛行 Roman Hikō?) (Kome Kome Club) (4:52)
    • Originally recorded by Kome Kome Club
  5. "Suddenly ~Love Story wa Totsuzen ni~" (Suddenly~ラブ・ストーリーは突然に~ Sadenrī ~Rabu Sutōrī wa Totsuzen ni?) (Kazumasa Oda) (4:49)
    • Originally recorded by Kazumasa Oda
  6. "True Love" (Fumiya Fujii) (3:38)
    • Originally recorded by Fumiya Fujii
  7. "Hitomi wo Tojite" (瞳をとじて Hitomi o Tojite?) (Ken Hirai) (5:22)
    • Originally recorded by Ken Hirai
  8. "Sakurazaka" (桜坂 Sakurazaka?) (Masaharu Fukuyama) (4:51)
    • Originally recorded by Masaharu Fukuyama
  9. "However" (Takuro) (5:26)
    • Originally recorded by GLAY
  10. "Robinson" (ロビンソン Robinson?) (Masamune Kusano) (4:49)
    • Originally recorded by Spitz
Bonus tracks
  1. "Lost in Your Eyes 2010" (Deborah Gibson) (3:49)
  2. "Sekaiju no Dareyori Kitto (Ms. Vocalist Version)" (世界中の誰よりきっと (MSV ver.) Sekaiju no Dareyori Kitto (MSV ver.)?) (with Eric Martin) (Show Wesugi, Miho Nakayama, Tetsuro Oda) (3:53)
    • Originally recorded by Wands
  3. "Lost in Your Eyes 2010" (Japanese version) (Gibson) (3:46)

Deluxe Edition bonus tracks (re-recorded version from her 1987 debut album Out of the Blue)

  • All songs written by Deborah Gibson.
  1. "Only in My Dreams"
  2. "Shake Your Love"
  3. "Out of the Blue"
  4. "Foolish Beat"

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