Flight Tribe

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Flight Tribe
Flight Tribe cover
Studio album 飛行部落 by F.I.R.
Released 28 July 2006 (2006-07-28)
Recorded 2005–2006
Genre Mandopop
Length 46:53
Label Warner Music Taiwan
Producer Ian Chen (陳建寧)
F.I.R. chronology
Flight Tribe
Love · Diva
愛 · 歌姬

Flight Tribe (Chinese: 飛行部落) is Taiwanese Mandopop band F.I.R.'s third Mandarin studio album. It was released on 28 July 2006 by Warner Music Taiwan.[1] It features a collaboration with the American country music singer and Grammy Award winner, LeAnn Rimes. The fourth track "天天夜夜" (Every Day And Night), is a cover version of "How Do I Live", with Rimes singing in the opening and bridge of the track.

The track "飛行部落" (Flight Tribe) was nominated for Top 10 Gold Songs at the Hong Kong TVB8 Awards, presented by television station TVB8, in 2006.[2]


  • According to track 13 "What's Next?" from Unlimited, the main origin of this album should be Jazz in American style.
  • The melody of the track "待續" (To be Continued...) from F.I.R.-Fairyland in Reality became the introductory melody of track "無限" (Unlimited) from Unlimited. But this album did not use the melody of "What's next?" from Unlimited.
  • The song that "What's next?" announced is the song of track 8 "1234567".
  • The piano version of "Every Day And Night (天天夜夜)" is at hidden track of Track 11.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro" - 1'26"
  2. "Get High" - 3'47"
  3. "雨櫻花" (Rain Cherry Blossom) - 4'39"
  4. "天天夜夜" (Every Day And Night/ How Do I Live) (sampling & featuring LeAnn Rimes) - 4'53"
  5. "飛行部落" (Flight Tribe) - 4'28"
  6. "北極圈" (Arctic Circle) - 4'34"
  7. "你很愛他" (You Really Love Him) - 4'47"
  8. "1234567" - 3'35"
  9. "眷戀" (Attachment) - 4'10"
  10. "I Don't Care" - 4'03"
  11. "我最愛的人" (The Person I Love Most) - 4'20"
  12. (Hidden Track, at Track 11) - (7'25", Hidden track included)


Release Chart Peak position
July 28, 2006 G-music Top 20 1
Hito board Top 10 1


  1. ^ (Chinese) Warner Music Taiwan Official homepage Flight Tribe
  2. ^ (Chinese) Sina.com 2006 Hong Kong TVB8 Awards Gold Songs nomination list 17 December 2006. Retrieved 2011-07-02

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