Heart Beat (Wang Leehom album)

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Heart · Beat (心 · 跳)
Heart Beat - Wang Lee Hom.jpg
Studio album by Leehom Wang
Released December 26, 2008
Genre Mandopop, R&B, pop rock
Label Sony BMG
Leehom Wang chronology
Change Me
Heart · Beat
(心 · 跳)
The 18 Martial Arts

Heart Beat (Chinese: 心·跳; pinyin: xīn tìao) is the 13th album of American Taiwanese R&B artist and composer, Leehom Wang. The album was released on December 26, 2008. According to Taiwan's G-Music chart the album is the sixth best selling album in Taiwan in 2009.[1]

About the album[edit]

Leehom debuted the first song "What's Up Rock!!" (搖滾怎麼了!!) on radio in September 2008 .[2] This song shows a fusion of his "chinked-out" style with the genre of rock involved as well. He collaborated with Janet Hsieh playing the Pipa, merging traditional Chinese sounds with that of modern electric guitar to unveil rock with an Eastern touch.[3]

With the release of the song, Leehom announced his MUSIC-MAN World Tour, which kicked off at Taipei Arena as a prelude to his album . In his concert, he debuted three new songs: "Dirty Love" (愛得得體), "No Reason to Pay Attention to You" (我完全沒有任何理由理你) and "Everything". However, the title track of the album, "Heartbeat" (心跳) was not introduced until December 8, when the song was released on the radio.

Track listing[edit]

  1. 愛得 得體 Dirty Love (3:48)
  2. 心跳 Heartbeat (4:23)
  3. 春雨裡洗過的太陽 The Sun After Washed by Spring Rain (4:51)
  4. Everything (4:59)
  5. 我完全沒有任何理由理你 No Reason to Pay Attention to You (3:07)
  6. 另一個天堂 Another Heaven (4:26) (featuring Jane Zhang)
  7. 玩偶 Puppet (2:57)
  8. 腳本 Screenplay (4:12)
  9. 競爭對手 Competitor (4:05)
  10. 搖滾怎麼了!!What's Wrong With Rock!! (2:35)


Chart (2008) Peak
G-music Top 20[4] 1


  1. ^ (Chinese) Apple Daily 蔡依林登g-music '09銷售王 傲封最賣搖錢樹 10 January 2010. Retrieved 2011-09-14
  2. ^ (Chinese)新歌<摇滚怎么了!!>首播 王力宏吉他也走中国风
  3. ^ Wang LeeHom with Janet Hsieh rock you by Western Electric Guitar and Chinese Pipa
  4. ^ (Chinese) G-Music Mandarin Chart This links to the current week only - search for 2008 Week 52 at bottom of page.