Sexual XXXXX!

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Sexual XXXXX!
Studio album by Buck-Tick
Released November 21, 1987 (1987-11-21)
September 19, 2002 (2002-09-19) (digital remaster)
September 5, 2007 (2007-09-05) (remaster)
Recorded June–October 1987 at Avaco Creative Studio in Tokyo; Star Ship Studio in Osaka; Victor Aoyama Studio in Tokyo
Genre Punk rock
Length 42:56
Language Japanese, English
Label Victor
Producer Buck-Tick
Buck-Tick chronology
Hurry Up Mode
(1987)
Sexual XXXXX!
(1987)
Seventh Heaven
(1988)

Sexual XXXXX! is the second studio album by the Japanese rock band Buck-Tick. It was the group's major label debut and was released on vinyl, cassette and CD on November 21, 1987[1][2] through on Victor Entertainment.[3] The album was digitally remastered and re-released on September 19, 2002 with a different cover.[4] Sexual XXXXX! was remastered and re-released again on September 5, 2007. The songs "Do the I Love You" and "Hyper Love" were later re-recorded for the band's compilation album Koroshi no Shirabe: This Is Not Greatest Hits (1992). "My Eyes & Your Eyes" was also re-recorded for the b-side to their "Rendezvous" single in 2007. At the time of its release, the album peaked at number 33 on the Oricon charts and as of 2011 has sold 40,000 copies worldwide.[5]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Hisashi Imai, except where noted. 

No. Title Length
1. "Empty Girl"   3:36
2. "Future for Future"   3:52
3. "Dream or Truth"   4:23
4. "Do the I Love You"   2:56
5. "Illusion" (lyrics written by Atsushi Sakurai) 6:19
6. "Sexual XXXXX!" (lyrics written by Sakurai) 3:33
7. "Sissy Boy"   4:26
8. "Mis-Cast"   3:35
9. "Hyper Love"   5:03
10. "My Eyes & Your Eyes"   4:54
Total length:
42:56

Personnel[edit]

Additional performers

  • Tsutomu Nakayama - keyboards, backing vocals
  • Jun-ichi Tanaka - backing vocals

Production

  • Buck-Tick - producers
  • Kazumitsu Higuchi; Kazuo Sawaki - executive producers
  • Shuuji Yamaguchi - engineer, mixing
  • Hideaki Ikeda; Kouki Fukui - assistant engineers
  • Katsunori Miyake - graphic design, cover art
  • Masanori Kato - photography

Notes[edit]

  1. ^* Originally released on the compilation album BT in 1999.

References[edit]