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|Studio album by Twelve Girls Band|
Eastern Energy is an album by Twelve Girls Band. It consists of fourteen songs in a sort of modernized Chinese form on one audio CD and a DVD featuring the video for the song "Freedom" and other material. It was released on Platia 72438-64515-0-7 in 2004. This album is also considered as the debut album in USA. It debuted at #62 on the Billboard 200.
The track "New Classicism" is a modern-day melody of Symphony No. 40 in G Minor by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Symphony No. 5 in C Minor by Ludwig van Beethoven, and the overture to The Barber of Seville by Gioacchino Rossini. "Freedom" is a remake of Santuri Ethem Efendi's Şehnaz Longa. "Clocks" is an innovative version of the Coldplay song of the same name and "Only Time" a cover of the single by Enya. "Reel Around the Sun" is from the Riverdance dance performance particularly popular in the late 1990s.
- "Clocks" (cover of "Clocks" by Coldplay)
- "Liu San Jie" (based on a Chinese story of a girl who became a fairy)
- "Earthly Stars (Unsung Heroes)"
- "Freedom" (Santuri Ethem Efendi: Şehnaz Longa)
- "Shangri-La" (from James Hilton's novel and the city of Beijing)
- "Reel Around The Sun" (Riverdance)
- "A Girl's Dream"
- "Forbidden City" (From James Hilton's novel and the city of Beijing)
- "The Great Valley"
- "Mountains and Rivers"
- "Only Time" (cover of "Only Time" by Enya)
- "New Classicism" (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in G Minor & Ludwig van Beethoven : Symphony No. 5 in C Minor)
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