Temperature Rising (album)

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Temperature Rising
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Studio album by Tata Young
ReleasedAugust 24, 2006 (Asia)
Japan August 23, 2006 (Japan)
Malaysia September 12, 2006 (Malaysia)
Philippines September 18, 2006 (Philippines)
Taiwan September 12, 2006 (Taiwan) Thailand August 24, 2006 (Thailand)
India March 8, 2007 (India)[1]
GenrePop, R&B
Length41:05
LabelSony BMG
ProducerDavid Gray & Doug Banker
Tata Young chronology
Best of Tata Young
(2006)
Temperature Rising
(2006)
One Love
(2008)
Singles from Temperature Rising

Temperature Rising is the second English language album by Thai singer Tata Young. It was released in 2006. The album consist of cover songs and original songs. The first single is "El Nin-YO!", from the lyrics of which the album's title comes from. ("You got my temperature rising like El Nin-YO!"). Her second single is "Zoom" which was released in September.

"Come Rain Come Shine", the third single, was used in Star World's station promo's from December 2006 to mid-2007. The promo includes footage of Tata Young singing "Come Rain Come Shine" as well as scenes from some of Star World's television shows (Everybody Loves Raymond, American Idol etc.)

Track #7, "Zoom", was covered by Ashley Tisdale on her 2007 debut album Headstrong, under the title as "Don't Touch (The Zoom Song)".

Temperature Rising was last Tata Young album released on cassette tapes, but in very small numbers produced in a short time until September 2006.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."El Nin-YO!"Hiten Bharadia, Philippe-Marc Anquetil, Christopher Lee-JoeP-M Anquetil, C. Lee-Joe3:20
2."Back Outta This"Adam Anders, Nikki Hassman, Rasmus Bille Bähncke, René Tromborg, Samantha JadeA. Anders, N. Hassman3:29
3."I Want Some Of That" (Originally performed by Sarah Connor / Key to My Soul, 2003)Diane WarrenAlex Greggs, Danny O'Donoghue3:32
4."Come Rain Come Shine" (Originally performed by Jenn Cuneta / Come Rain Come Shine: Single, 2005)Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney, Frank Lamboy, Andrew WedeenF. Lamboy, A. Wedeen3:49
5."Uh Oh" (Originally performed by Rosette Sharma / Uh Oh, 2005)Anthony Anderson, Dane DeViller, Sean Hosein, R. Sharma, Steve SmithA. Anderson, S. Smith, S. Hosein, D. DeViller3:29
6."Betcha Neva" (Originally performed by Cherie / Cherie, 2004)Alan Ross, David James, Natasha BedingfieldA. Greggs, D. O'Donoghue3:09
7."Zoom"A. Anders, N. Hassman, R. B. Bähncke, R. TromborgA. Anders, N. Hassman3:18
8."For You I Will" (Originally performed by Monica / Space Jam, 1996)D. WarrenP-M Anquetil, C. Lee-Joe3:58
9."I Must Not Chase The Boys" (Originally performed by Play / Replay, 2003)Pam Sheyene, Bill Padley, Jem GodfreyA. Greggs, D. O'Donoghue2:56
10."I Guess I Never Knew My Baby"Arnthor Birgisson, Anders Bagge, Wayne Hector, Sebastian NylundA. Greggs, D. O'Donoghue3:32
11."Superhypnotic" (Originally performed by Shaggy feat. Nicole Scherzinger / Clothes Drop, 2005)Alex Cantrall, Lindy Robbins, Kenneth Karlin, Carsten "Soulshock" SchackA. Greggs, D. O'Donoghue3:04
12."Mila Mila" (Originally performed by Anushka Manchanda / Super, 2005)English lyrics: Scott Moffatt, Clint Moffatt, Bob Moffatt
Indian lyrics: Vipin Kakkar
Sandeep Chowta3:29
Total length:41:05

Note: "Come Rain Come Shine" Samples from "Silly Love Songs" by McCartney and McCartney

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://books.google.com.au/books?id=lxMEAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA12&lpg=PA12&dq=tata+young+temperature+rising+India&source=bl&ots=87n8HM66aB&sig=SJdpWnuIDDlbuGGt1d-dQfC3XQQ&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0CCMQ6AEwCWoVChMIsOLM2uOWxwIVoZ6mCh3PsQ1E#v=onepage&q=tata%20young%20temperature%20rising%20India&f=false
  2. ^ https://www.discogs.com/Tata-Young-Temperature-Rising/release/9707173. Missing or empty |title= (help)

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