Youth Society (S.H.E album)

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Youth Society
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Studio album by S.H.E
Released 29 January 2002 (2002-01-29)
Recorded 2002
Genre Mandopop
Length 39:50
Language Mandarin
Label HIM International Music
Producer Joeloe Kuo
S.H.E chronology
Girl's Dorm
(2001)
Youth Society
(2002)
Genesis
(2002)

Youth Society (Chinese: 青春株式會社) is the second studio album by Taiwanese Mandopop girl group S.H.E. The album was released on January 29, 2002 by HIM International Music, four months after the group's debut album, Girl's Dorm.[1] It features S.H.E's first collaboration with Jay Chou, who composed "熱帶雨林" (Tropical Rain Forest). The song would later be performed live with Chou during the first five stops of S.H.E's Perfect 3 Tour. This album features a larger number of covers relative to Girl's Dorm, including "Remember", "給我多一點" (Give Me More), "催眠術" (Hypnotism), and "I've Never Been To Me."

The track "熱帶雨林" (Tropical Rain Forest) is listed number 4 on Hit Fm Taiwan's Hit Fm Annual Top 100 Singles Chart (Hit-Fm年度百首單曲) for 2002.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Arrangement Length
1. "Remember"   Derek Shih Roberto Geoman Rosan, Jade Villalon BabyC 3:00
2. "Belief"   Derek Shih Anan Zuo Yao Hung 4:29
3. "幸福留言" (Message of Happiness) Lin Chih Nien, Derek Shih Lotus Wang BabyC 3:40
4. "給我多一點"   Anson Yen Charlie Pennachio, Drew Sessa, Shaunna Bolton David Lu 3:18
5. "熱帶雨林" (Tropical Rain Forest) Vincent Fang Jay Chou BabyC 4:39
6. "記得要忘記" (Remember to Forget) Derek Shih Chiharu Tamashiro BabyC 5:20
7. "圍巾" (Scarf) Yen Yun Nung Tanya Chua Ray Huang, Rafael Lee 3:49
8. "愛我的資格" (Requirement for Loving Me) Hsu Shih Chen Jovi Theng David Lu 4:31
9. "催眠術" (Hypnotism) Derek Shih Pracha Pongsupat, Pornchai Wongcheep David Lu 3:12
10. "I've Never Been to Me"   Ron Miller, Kenneth Hirsch Ron Miller, Kenneth Hirsch John Wang 3:52
Total length:
39:50

Music videos[edit]

Similar to Girls Dorm, not all of the songs in Youth Society had music videos; the last five tracks used edited concert footage instead. S.H.E's second karaoke VCD combined the music videos from Youth Society with all four videos from Girls Dorm.

References[edit]

  1. ^ (Chinese) HIM International Music Youth Society album info January 29, 2002. Retrieved 2011-05-20
  2. ^ (Chinese) HITO Radio Hit Fm Annual Top 100 Singles Chart 2002 (#1-50) Retrieved 2011-04-16

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