Super Eurobeat Presents Ayu-ro Mix 2

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Super Eurobeat Presents Ayu-ro Mix 2
Ayu-ro mix 2.jpg
Remix album by Ayumi Hamasaki
Released September 27, 2001[1]
Genre Electronic (Hi-NRG)[2]
Label Avex Trax[2]
Producer Max Matsuura[2]
Ayumi Hamasaki chronology
ayu-mi-x III Acoustic Orchestra Version
(2001)ayu-mi-x III Acoustic Orchestra Version2001
Super Eurobeat Presents ayu-ro Mix 2
(2001)
Cyber Trance Presents Ayu Trance
(2001)Cyber Trance Presents Ayu Trance2001

Super Eurobeat Presents Ayu-ro Mix 2 is a remix album, consisting of recordings by Japanese singer Ayumi Hamasaki remixed by various eurobeat producers from Italy, released in the late 2001 by Avex Trax.[1]

Like its predecessor Ayu-ro Mix, the album is an issue in the Super Eurobeat Presents: J-Euro series launched in 2000, along with Euro Every Little Thing featuring Every Little Thing, Hyper Euro MAX featuring MAX, Euro Global featuring globe, and Euro "Dream" Land featuring Dream. Several tracks on the album can also be found on J-Euro Non-Stop Best.[3]

It is Hamasaki's only remix album to reach the #1 spot on the chart. The album sold a total of 435,760 copies by the end of its chart run.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Audience "Euro-Power Mix" (from Duty) – remixed by Dave Rodgers
  2. Evolution "Time Is Pop Mix" – remixed by Luca Degani and Sergio Dall'ora
  3. Seasons "A Eurobeat Mix" (from Duty) – remixed by Luca Degani and Sergio Dall'ora
  4. Duty "Power Mind Mix" – remixed by Laurent Newfield
  5. Vogue "Traditional Mix" (from Duty) – remixed by Dave Rodgers
  6. M "Sweet Heart Mix" (from A Best) - remixed by Laurent Newfield
  7. Never Ever "Eurobeat Mix" – remixed by Dave Rodgers
  8. Endless Sorrow "A Aggressive Mix" – remixed by Luca Degani and Sergio Dall'ora
  9. Far Away "ayu-ro Extended Mix" (from Duty) – remixed by Bratt Sinclaire
  10. Surreal "Time A Go-Go Mix" (from Duty) – remixed by Luca Degani and Sergio Dall'ora
  11. Appears "Melodic Extended Mix" (from Loveppears) – remixed by Luca Degani and Sergio Dall'ora
  12. Kanariya "Sweet Mix" (from Loveppears) – remixed by Laurent Newfield
  13. Immature "Power Mix" (from Loveppears) - remixed by Laurent Newfield
  14. Unite! "Euro-Power Mix" – remixed by Dave Rodgers

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2001) Peak
position
Japan Oricon 1

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