Resistance (EP)

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Resistance
MIKA RESISTANCE.jpg
EP by Mika Nakashima
Released November 7, 2002
Genre
Length 31:31
Label Sony
Mika Nakashima chronology
True
(2002)
Resistance
(2002)
Love
(2003)

Resistance is the first EP or mini-album (second overall release) by Mika Nakashima, though the title track later appears on her Love album. This mini-album reached #1 on the Oricon charts and charted for six weeks.

"Resistance" was used as the Meiji confectionery CM song, and "Heaven on Earth" (EP Version) was used as Nakashima's first Kanebo Kate CM song.

This EP or mini-album sold nearly all of its 200,000 copies. However, the mini-album was also released in Hong Kong and Korea.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Arranger(s) Length
1. "Resistance" (Album Version) Yasushi Akimoto, Mika Nakashima Seikou Nagaoka Coldfeet  
2. "Heaven on Earth" (EP Version) Ken Kato, Lori Fine (Coldfeet) Lori Fine (Coldfeet) Coldfeet  
3. "Aroma" Mika Nakashima Yoshiko Goshima Takahiro Watanabe  
4. "Last Waltz" Mika Nakashima Yasunari Okano Nobuyuki Shimizu  
5. "Stars" (Live Unplugged) Yasushi Akimoto Daisuke Kawaguchi Keiichi Tomita  
6. "Resistance" (Instrumental) Yasushi Akimoto, Mika Nakashima Seikou Nagaoka Coldfeet  

Oricon sales charts (Japan)[edit]

Release Chart Peak position First week sales Sales total
November 7, 2002 Oricon Daily Albums Chart 1
Oricon Weekly Albums Chart 1 132,150 199,965