Sad Tango

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"Sad Tango"
Rain single sadtango cd1.jpg
Single by Rain
from the album Eternal Rain
B-side Slowly
Released January 25, 2006
Format CD, DVD Single
Genre J-pop, R&B, Tango
Length Single Mix - 4.03
Label King Records
Producer(s) Park Jin-Young
Rain singles chronology
Sad Tango
Free Way

"Sad Tango" marks Rain's (or ピ in Japanese) debut single throughout Japan. The single experiments with Latin style melodies tied with modern RNB beats. The single was released on January 25, 2006 and entered the official Japanese Music Charts (Oricon) at number fourteen. The single was released in two formats, a CD Single and a CD/DVD single, and included the R&B ballad Slowly as a b-side.

Music video[edit]

In the music video for Sad Tango, we follow the mysterious, dark figure of Rain entering a parking lot on his motorcycle after a white car. This is revealed to be the car of a young woman, who Rain follows into a club-like arena. The scene swiftly changes to a lit-up dance floor, on which Rain and his dancers are on. The music begins, and Rain is soon singing. The video alternates between Rain on the dance floor and him following the mysterious girl through the club.

Track listing[edit]

CD Single

  1. Sad Tango
  2. Slowly
  3. Sad Tango [Instrumental Version]
  4. Slowly [Instrumental Version]

DVD Single Disc 1

  1. Sad Tango - Music Video
  2. Making of Sad Tango

DVD Single Disc 2

  1. Sad Tango
  2. Slowly
  3. Sad Tango [Instrumental Version]
  4. Slowly [Instrumental Version]


Chart (2006) Peak
Oricon Top 200 Weekly 14
Oricon Year-End Singles Chart 333[1]
SoundScan Japan Singles Chart Top 20 none[2]
J-WAVE Tokio Hot 100 none

Sales: 25,748[1]


  1. ^ a b Oricon Entertainment (March 2007). Orikon Nenkan 2007 Nenban オリコン年鑑2007年版 (Oricon Yearbook 2007) (in Japanese). Tokyo: Oricon Entertainment. pp. 17, p. 152, p. 156, p. 160, p. 164, p. 171, p. 175, p. 179, p. 183. ISBN 978-4-87131-082-6. 
  2. ^ "Weekly CD Top 20" (in Japanese). Ongen Publishing. Retrieved 2007-05-27. 

External links[edit]

  • Rain - Official English website (English)