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Many Pieces
ELT ManyPieces.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 19, 2003 (2003-03-19)
Recorded2001, 2002
Genre
Length67:19
LabelAvex Trax
Producer
Every Little Thing chronology
Cyber Trance Presents ELT Trance
(2002)
Many Pieces
(2003)
Every Best Single 2
(2003)
Singles from Many Pieces
  1. "Jump"
    Released: October 17, 2001
  2. "Kioku"
    Released: May 15, 2002
  3. "Sasayaka na Inori"
    Released: August 16, 2002
  4. "Untitled 4 Ballads"
    Released: December 18, 2002
  5. "Grip!"
    Released: March 12, 2003

Many Pieces is the fifth album of the Japanese pop rock group Every Little Thing (ELT), released on March 19, 2003. Many Pieces showed a drastic change in ELT's music, because of the departure of synthesizers and the change in Kaori's vocals.

Track listing

All lyrics are written by Kaori Mochida.

CD
No.TitleMusicArranger(s)Length
1."Jump" (Jumping Mix)Kaori MochidaAkira Murata4:06
2."Flavor"Kunio TagoMasafumi Nakao[b]5:27
3."Stray Cat"Kazuhiro HaraExpo4:40
4."Ambivalence"TagoMurata[a]4:33
5."Sasayaka na Inori" (ささやかな祈り; A modest prayer)TagoExpo[a]4:56
6."Nostalgia"Kazuhito KikuchiTasuku[b]5:50
7."..." (・・・。; ten ten ten maru) (Instrumental)D.A.IIchiro Ito1:40
8."Kiwoku" (キヲク; Memory)KikuchiMurata[a]5:27
9."Tie-Dye"TagoTasuku[b]4:40
10."Grip!"HaraHΛL4:50
11."Self Reliance"TagoTasuku[b]4:11
12."Unspeakable"KikuchiYasuo Ohtani, Nakao[b]4:24
13."Ai no Uta" (愛の謳; Love song) (includes hidden track "Free Walkin'")TagoMurata12:35
Notes
  • ^a co-arranged by Every Little Thing
  • ^b co-arranged by Ichiro Ito

Charts

Release Chart Peak position Sales total
March 19, 2003 Oricon Daily Albums Chart 1
Oricon Weekly Albums Chart 1 526,542 copies sold

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