The Expert (album)

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The Expert cover
Studio album 高手 by Wilber Pan
Released 8 July 2005 (2005-07-08)
Genre Mandopop
Language Mandarin
Label Universal Music Taiwan
Wilber Pan chronology
Wu Ha
(2004)Wu Ha2004
The Expert
Freestyle Remix
(2005)Freestyle Remix2005

Gāoshǒu (English "expert") (Chinese: 高手) is Taiwanese Mandopop artist Wilber Pan's (Chinese: 潘瑋柏) fourth Mandarin studio album. It was released by Universal Music Taiwan on 8 July 2005.[1] A second edition The Expert (Celebration Version) (CD+DVD) was released on 23 August 2005 with a bonus DVD.[2]

The tracks "誰是 MVP" (Who's MVP) and "不得不愛" (Cannot Not Love) with Zhang Xianzi were nominated for Top 10 Gold Songs at the Hong Kong TVB8 Awards, presented by television station TVB8, in 2005.[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Arrangement Length
1. "誰是MVP" (Who Is MVP) Wilber Pan Wilber Pan Chen Lei 3:52
2. "不得不愛 feat. Zhang Xianzi" (Cannot Not Love) Wilber Pan, Lin Xi Choi Ji Ho Free Style 4:41
3. "高手" (The Expert) Tang Jung Chien, Fang Chun Hui Tang Jung Chien, Yi Ta Li Blue J 3:50
4. "禪舞不二" (The One and Only Zen Dance) 陳鎮川 Oh Hoon Ko Young Jo 3:47
5. "不要忘了我" (Don't Forget Me) Wilber Pan, Fang Chun Hui Kim Se Jin Ko Young Jo 3:32
6. "Baby Bye" Hsu Shih Chen Chen Jun Da Chen Lei 4:02
7. "決戰鬥室" (Battle Room) Wilber Pan Wilber Pan Blue J 3:07
8. "跟我走吧" (Leave With Me) Hsu Shih Chen JJ Lin Terence Teo 3:49
9. "一指神功" (Android) Wilber Pan, Yi Ta Li Yi Ta Li Blue J 3:42
10. "愛很容易" (Love Is Easy) Wilber Pan, Yi Ta Li, Fang Chun Hui Chen Lei Chen Lei 4:49

Bonus DVD[edit]

The Expert (Celebration Version)

  1. Back 4 More
  2. About "誰是 MVP" (Who's MVP)
  3. "誰是 MVP" (Who's MVP) MV
  4. About "不得不愛" (Cannot Not Love)
  5. "不得不愛" (Cannot Not Love) MV
  6. About "高手" (The Expert)
  7. "高手" (The Expert) MV


  1. ^ (in Chinese) Universal Music Taiwan The Expert album info 8 August 2005. Retrieved 2011-01-18
  2. ^ The Expert (Celebration Version) (CD+DVD) 23 August 2003. Retrieved 2011-01-18
  3. ^ (in Chinese) 2005 TVB8 Awards Gold Songs nomination list 2 December 2005. Retrieved 2011-07-01

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