Faces Places

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Faces Places
Studio album by Globe
Released March 12, 1997
Genre Pop, alternative rock
Length 72:34
Label Avex Globe
Producer Tetsuya Komuro
Globe chronology
Faces Places
Love Again
(1998)Love Again1998

Faces Places (stylized as FACES PLACES) is the second studio album by Globe released on March 12, 1997.

Album information[edit]

Singles from the album were "Is This Love", "Can't Stop Fallin' in Love", "Face", "Faces Places" and "Anytime Smokin' Cigarette". Globe recorded the three songs "Is This Love", "Can't Stop Fallin' in Love" and "Face" by new arrangements on the album.

Faces Places debuted at the number-one position within its first week with sales of over 1,648,000 copies on the Japanese Oricon weekly album charts.[1]

The album sold over three million copies and became the third best-selling album on the Oricon yearly album charts of 1997 behind GLAY's album Review and Mr. Children's album Bolero.

The album won the 12th Japan Gold Disc Award for 'Pop Album of the Year'.

Track listing[edit]

All composed and arranged by: Tetsuya Komuro
Lyric: Tetsuya Komuro & Mark (track: 2–4, 6–12), Mark (track: 5)

  1. "Overdose"
  2. "Degenerate"
  3. "Faces Places"
  4. "Is This Love"
  5. "So Far Away From Home (Beautiful Journey)"
  6. "A Temporary Girl"
  7. "Because I Love the Night"
  8. "Anytime Smokin' Cigarette"
  9. "Watch the Movie"
  10. "A Picture on My Mind"
  11. "Face"
  12. "Can't Stop Fallin' in Love"
  13. "Can't Stop" (Piano Solo)
  14. "Faces Places" (Remix)


  1. ^ "Oricon Weekly Album Charts for the fourth week of March 1997" (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved 2010-03-18.