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Every Best Single 2

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Every Best Single 2
Every Best SIngle 2.jpg
Greatest hits album by
ReleasedSeptember 3, 2003 (2003-09-03)
GenreJ-pop, synthpop, pop rock
Length72:57
LabelAvex Trax
ProducerMax Matsuura (exec.)
Every Little Thing chronology
Many Pieces
(2003)
Every Best Single 2
(2003)
Commonplace
(2004)

Every Best Single 2 is the second greatest hits compilation of J-pop duo Every Little Thing, released on September 10, 2003 by Avex Trax.

Background

This album is the second best of collection of Every Little Thing, after Every Best Single +3 released in 1999, and includes all the singles from "Pray" to "Fundamental Love", which was a recut single for the album (although it was later also included in Commonplace). Nevertheless, as bonus tracks it includes two pre-2000 singles, "For the Moment" and "Deatta Koro no Yō ni", in newly recorded acoustic versions.

This compilation was the first release of the band to be released with a bonus DVD (only available in the limited edition).[1]

Reception

The album received the award for "Rock & Pop Album of the Year" at the 18th Japan Gold Disc Awards.[2]

Commercial performance

The album peaked at number one on the Oricon charts and charted for 38 weeks.[3]

Track listing

CD
No.TitleLyricsMusicArranger(s)Length
1."Pray"Mitsuru IgarashiIgarashiIgarashi5:30
2."Sure"Kaori MochidaEvery Little ThingEvery Little Thing4:56
3."Rescue Me"IgarashiIgarashiIgarashi4:21
4."Ai no Kakera" (愛のカケラ)MochidaKunio TagoGenya Kuwajima[b]4:54
5."Fragile"MochidaKazuhito KikuchiKuwajima, Kikuchi[b]4:52
6."Graceful World"MochidaY@suo OhtaniKuwajima, Ohtani[b]5:11
7."Jump"MochidaMochidaAkira Murata4:07
8."Kiwoku" (キヲク)MochidaKikuchiMurata[a]5:26
9."Sasayaka na Inori" (ささやかな祈り)MochidaTagoExpo[a]4:55
10."Unspeakable"MochidaKikuchiOhtani, Masafumi Nakao[b]4:24
11."Nostalgia"MochidaKikuchiTasuku[b]5:49
12."Grip!"MochidaKazuhiro HaraHΛL4:51
13."Fundamental Love" (ファンダメンタル・ラブ)MochidaTagoTasuku[b]4:17
14."For the Moment" (Acoustic Version)IgarashiIgarashiIchiro Ito4:14
15."Deatta Koro no Yō ni" (出逢った頃のように) (Acoustic Version)IgarashiIgarashiIto5:10
DVD
No.TitleLength
1."Fundamental Love" (Music Video) 
2."Recording Scene" 
3."Live & Documentary Scene Digest" 
Notes
  • ^a co-arranged by Every Little Thing
  • ^b co-arranged by Ichiro Ito

Charts

Release Chart Peak Position Sales Total Chart Run
September 3, 2003 Oricon Daily Albums Chart 1
Oricon Weekly Albums Chart 1 713,269 copies sold 38 weeks
Oricon Yearly Albums Chart

References

  1. ^ "Every Best Single 2 (DVD付き初回限定盤) (CCCD): 音楽". Amazon.co.jp. Retrieved 4 February 2014.
  2. ^ "The Japan Gold Disc Award 2004 Archive". The Recording Industry Association of Japan. Retrieved 4 February 2014.
  3. ^ "「Every Best Single 2」 Every Little Thing". Oricon Style. Retrieved 4 February 2014.



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