Rarities (Tatsuro Yamashita album)

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Rarities
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Greatest hits album by Tatsuro Yamashita
Released October 30, 2002
Genre Japanese pop
Length 71:18
Label Warner Music Japan/Moon Records
Tatsuro Yamashita chronology
On the Street Corner 3
(1999)
Rarities
(2002)
Sonorite
(2005)

Rarities is the compilation album by a Japanese singer-songwriter Tatsurō Yamashita, released in October 2002. The album is mainly composed of the songs which were initially appeared on B-Sides of his previous singles and not included on any albums.

Track listing[edit]

Side one
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Blow" Tatsurō Yamashita 4:34
2. "Kimi no Koe ni Koi Shiteru (君の声に恋してる?)" Yamashita 5:05
3. "Love Goes On -Sono Hitomi wa Goddess- (LOVE GOES ON -その瞳は女神-?)" Yamashita 5:05
4. "Happy Happy Greeting" (Original demo version) Yamashita, Takashi Matsumoto 6:16
5. "Misty Mauve" Yamashita, Mariya Takeuchi 4:48
6. "To Wait for Love" Burt Bacharach, Hal David 3:28
7. "Su Ki Su Ki Sweet Kiss! (好・き・好・き SWEET KISS!?)" Yamashita 4:14
8. "Shiosai (潮騒?)" (Live version) Yamashita, Minako Yoshida 5:09
9. "Morning Shine (モーニング・シャイン?)" Yamashita 4:22
10. "First Luck (Hajimete no Shiawase (初めての幸運?))" Yamashita, Chinfa Kang 4:48
11. "I Do" (Remix) Brian Wilson 2:27
12. "Heron (ヘロン?)" (Guitar instrumental version) Yamashita 4:26
13. "Juvenile no Theme (Hitomi no Naka no Rainbow) (JUVENILEのテーマ~瞳の中のRAINBOW?)" Yamashita 4:55
14. "Sprinkler (スプリンクラー?)" (Long version) Yamashita 7:13
15. "Itsuka Hareta Hi ni (いつか晴れた日に?)" (Stand Alone version) Yamashita, Matsumoto 4:23

Charts[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "山下達郎-リリース-ORICON STYLE-ミュージック" [(Highest position and charting weeks for Rarities by Tatsurō Yamashita]. oricon.co.jp (in Japanese). Original Confidence. Retrieved 2009-07-15. 
  2. ^ "2002年 アルバム年間TOP100" [Oricon Year-end Albums Chart of 2002] (in Japanese). Retrieved 2014-02-01. 
  3. ^ ""RIAJ > The Record > January 2003 > Certified Awards (November 2002)"" (PDF). Recording Industry Association of Japan (in Japanese). Retrieved 2014-01-01. 
  4. ^ Oricon Album Chart Book: Complete Edition 1970-2005. Roppongi, Tokyo: Oricon Entertainment. 2006. ISBN 4-87131-077-9. 
Preceded by
Fairy Tale by Mai Kuraki
Japanese Oricon Weekly Chart number-one album
November 11, 2002 (one week)
Succeeded by
Resistance by Mika Nakashima