Out Works & Collaboration Best

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Out Works & Collaboration Best
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Greatest hits album by Kumi Koda
Released March 25, 2009
Recorded 1999–2009
Genre J-Pop
Label Rhythm Zone
RZCD-46203 (Japan)
Kumi Koda chronology
Trick
(2009)
Out Works & Collaboration Best
(2009)
Koda Kumi Driving Hit's
(2009)

Out Works & Collaboration Best is the fourth BEST album by Japanese pop/R&B singer Koda Kumi. It ranked low on the Oricon charts at #7, staying on the charts for eight weeks.[1]

Information[edit]

Out Works & Collaboration Best was released on the same day as her second remix album, Koda Kumi Driving Hit's (KODA KUMI REMIX ALBUM being her first, released in 2006).

The CD did omit some collaborative efforts, including:

It also omitted all remixes Koda Kumi took part of with other artists.

The first track, "Get It On", was originally released as a digital download through mu-mo to those who had purchased all of the singles in Koda Kumi's 12 Singles Collection, which was a part of her BEST ~second session~ album. This song is the "full version" of the introduction from the same album.[4][5] Get It On was originally released with its own single artwork and was even given a television advertisement through music.jp when it was first released in 2006.[6][7][8]

Track listing[edit]

(Source[9])

CD
No. Title Music Original Album Length
1. "Get It On" Koda Kumi   3:35
2. "the meaning of peace" Koda Kumi x BoA Various Artists Featuring song+nation[10] 5:00
3. "SWITCH feat. Koda Kumi & Heartsdales" LISA Gratitude 5:28
4. "Heat feat. MEGARYU" Koda Kumi Chase 4:17
5. "It's A Small World feat. Heartsdales" Koda Kumi secret 2:47
6. "Just Go feat. Koda Kumi" JHETT a.k.a YAKKO for AQUARIUS JHETT BLACK EDITION[11] 4:30
7. "Hot Stuff feat. KM-MARKIT" Koda Kumi secret 4:08
8. "RAINY DAY feat. Koda Kumi" KM-MARKIT VIVID 4:36
9. "Super Sonic" Koda Kumi x D.I 573 Records Special Compilation Album[12] 3:39
10. "Candy feat. Mr. Blistah" Koda Kumi BEST ~second session~ 4:09
11. "XXX feat. Koda Kumi" SOULHEAD Naked 4:13
12. "KAMEN feat. Tatsuya Ishii" Koda Kumi BEST ~second session~ 5:14
13. "Joy -TRF meets Koda Kumi-" TRF Lif-e-Motions[13] 5:24
14. "WON'T BE LONG feat. Koda Kumi" EXILE WON'T BE LONG 5:14
15. "Simple & Lovely -m-flo loves KodaKumi-" m-flo Cosmicolor 3:49
16. "LAST ANGEL feat. 東方神起" Koda Kumi Kingdom 3:52
17. "That Ain't Cool feat. Fergie" Koda Kumi TRICK 3:32

Oricon Charts (Japan)[edit]

Release Oricon Singles Chart Peak position First week sales (copies) Sales total (copies) Chart run
March 25, 2009[14] Daily Chart 5 48,715 8 weeks
Weekly Chart 7 43,402
Monthly Chart
Yearly Chart (2009)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Out Works & Collaboration Best / KODA KUMI / ORICON STYLE". Oricon. Retrieved February 3, 2016. 
  2. ^ "OMNIMBUS, Nao, LISA, Retro G-Style, m-flo, EXILE, 99% Radio Allstars, Koda Kumi, J Soul Brothers, Rather Unique feat. Koda Kumi: 99% Radio Show (CCCD)". Amazon Japan. Retrieved February 23, 2016. 
  3. ^ "OMNIMBUS, Nao, LISA, Retro G-Style, m-flo, EXILE, 99% Radio Allstars, Koda Kumi, J Soul Brothers, Rather Unique feat. Koda Kumi: 99% Radio Show (CCCD)". Amazon Japan. Retrieved February 23, 2016. 
  4. ^ "Get It On (Digital Single)". NHASCO. Retrieved February 3, 2016. 
  5. ^ "Get It On [Digital Single] Destiny Line". Destiny Line. Retrieved February 3, 2016. 
  6. ^ "Kumi Koda (Koda Kumi): Get It On". JPop CD Covers. Retrieved February 3, 2016. 
  7. ^ "Koda Kumi delivers 00 single "Get It On" as limited edition on March 1!!". Hot Express. Retrieved February 3, 2016. 
  8. ^ "Koda Kumi-Get It On (15s CM)". Tudou. Retrieved February 3, 2016. 
  9. ^ "Rakuten Books". Rakuten. Retrieved 2014-03-16. 
  10. ^ "VARIOUS ARTISTS featuring SONGNATION". NeoWing. Retrieved February 4, 2016. 
  11. ^ "JHETT BLACK EDITION(CD+DVD)(Japan Version)CD". yesAsia. Retrieved February 3, 2016. 
  12. ^ "573". Amazon Japan. Retrieved February 3, 2016. 
  13. ^ "TRF: Lif-e-Motions (DVD)". Amazon japan. Retrieved February 3, 2016. 
  14. ^ "Oricon". Oricon. Retrieved 2014-03-16.