Aurora (Angela Chang album)

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Angela Aurora.jpg
Aurora cover
Studio album 歐若拉 by Angela Chang
Released 1 December 2004 (2004-12-01)
Genre Mandopop
Language Mandarin
Label Linfair Records
Angela Chang chronology
Over The Rainbow
(2004)Over The Rainbow2004
Alternative cover
Aurora (DVD Edition) cover
Aurora (DVD Edition) cover

Aurora (Chinese: 歐若拉) is Taiwanese Mandopop artist Angela Chang's (Chinese: 張韶涵) second Mandarin studio album. It was released by Linfair Records 1 December 2004.[1] A second edition, Aurora (DVD Edition) was released 28 January 2005 with a bonus DVD containing music videos.[2]

The album features a duet and music video, "快樂崇拜" (Adoration to Happiness) with Taiwanese artist Wilber Pan, which was also released in his third album Wu Ha.

The track "Mama Mama" was nominated for Top 10 Gold Songs at the Hong Kong TVB8 Awards, presented by television station TVB8, in 2005.[3] Chang was nominated for Best Mandarin Female Singer at the 16th Golden Melody Awards for her work on this album.[4]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Mama Mama"
  2. "歐若拉" (Aurora)
  3. "手心的太陽" (The Sun in the Palm of My Hand)
  4. "浮雲" (Floating Clouds)
  5. "直線" (Straight Line)
  6. "起點" (Starting Point)
  7. "复活节" (Easter)
  8. "可以愛很久" (Able to Love for a Long Time)
  9. "猜不透" (Can't Guess)
  10. "靜不下來" (Nothing Keeps Me Calm)
  11. "快樂崇拜" (Adoration to Happiness) - feat Wilber Pan


  1. "Mama Mama" MV
  2. "歐若拉" (Aurora) MV
  3. "手心的太陽" (The Sun in the Palm of My Hand) MV
  4. "浮雲" (Floating Clouds) MV
  5. "猜不透" (Can't Guess) MV
  6. "靜不下來" (Nothing Keeps Me Calm) MV
  7. "快樂崇拜" (Adoration to Happiness) - feat Wilber Pan MV


  1. ^ (Chinese) Linfair Records Aurora album info 1 December 2004. Retrieved 2011-05-28
  2. ^ (Chinese) Linfair Records Aurora (DVD Edition) album info Archived July 13, 2011, at the Wayback Machine. 28 January 2005. Retrieved 2011-05-28
  3. ^ (Chinese) 2005 TVB8 Awards Gold Songs nomination list 2 December 2005. Retrieved 2011-07-01
  4. ^ (Chinese) GIO, Taiwan 16th Golden Melody Awards nomination list 15 April 2005. Retrieved 2011-05-28