Misia Remix 2000 Little Tokyo

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Misia Remix 2000 Little Tokyo
Littletokyo.jpg
Remix album by Misia
Released April 19, 2000
Recorded 1999-2000
Genre House
Length 96:14
Label Arista Japan
Misia chronology
Love Is the Message
(2000)Love Is the Message2000
Misia Remix 2000 Little Tokyo
(2000)
Marvelous
(2001)Marvelous2001

Misia Remix 2000 Little Tokyo is the first remix album of Japanese R&B singer Misia, released on April 19, 2000. It debuted atop of the weekly Oricon albums chart with 234,190 copies sold. Misia Remix 2000 Little Tokyo is the second highest-selling remix album of all time in Japan, succeeding TRF's Hyper Mix 4.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

Disc one
No. Title Remixer(s) Length
1. "Sweetness (Satoshi Tomiie Sweeter 12" Mix)" Satoshi Tomiie 10:37
2. "Holding My Heart... (Tsutsumikomu Yō ni...) (Dodge Soul Inside Mix) (Holding My Heart... (つつみ込むように・・・) (DODGE SOUL INSIDE MIX)?)" Dodge 5:58
3. "Melody (Masters At Work Remix)" Masters At Work 8:32
4. "Believe (DJ Watarai Remix)" DJ Watarai 5:49
5. "A Place in the Sun (Hi no Ataru Basho) (Shomari Remix) (A PLACE IN THE SUN (陽のあたる場所) (SHOMARI REMIX)?)" Shomari 5:30
6. "Loving Season (Koisuru Kisetsu) (Martin Lascelles Remix) (LOVING SEASON (恋する季節) (MARTIN LASCELLES REMIX)?)" Martin Lascelles 5:56
7. "Cry (Gomi Remix)" Gomi 11:09
8. "Unforgettable Days (Wasurenai Hibi) (Hex Hector's Club Mix) (UNFORGETTABLE DAYS (忘れない日々) (HEX HECTOR'S CLUB MIX)?)" Hex Hector 9:29
Disc two
No. Title Remixer(s) Length
1. "Sweet Pain (François K. Remix)" François Kevorkian 9:58
2. "The Glory Day (Malawi Rocks Remix)" Malawi Rocks 11:54
3. "Never Gonna Cry! (Junior Vasquez Remix)" Junior Vasquez 11:07

Charts[edit]

Oricon Sales Chart[edit]

Release Chart Peak Position Debut Sales Sales Total Chart Run
April 19, 2000 Oricon Daily Albums Chart 1 830,640 29 weeks
Oricon Weekly Albums Chart 1 234,190
Oricon Monthly Albums Chart 3
Oricon Yearly Albums Chart 27

Physical Sales Charts[edit]

Chart Peak
position
Oricon Daily Albums Chart 1
Oricon Weekly Albums Chart 1
Oricon Monthly Albums Chart 3
Oricon Yearly Albums Chart 27
Soundscan Albums Chart (CD-Only)[1] 1

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Preceded by
Shouso Strip by Ringo Shiina
Oricon Weekly number-one album
May 1, 2000
Succeeded by
Petit Best: Ki Ao Aka by Various Artists