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Ride Me (album)

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Ride Me
SJ-D&E 1st album Ride Me.jpg
Ride Me, CD+DVD album cover
Studio album by Donghae & Eunhyuk
Released February 26, 2014 (2014-02-26)
Recorded 2012–2014
Genre
Language Japanese
Label Avex Trax
Donghae & Eunhyuk chronology
Ride Me
(2014)
The Beat Goes On
(2015)The Beat Goes On2015
Singles from Ride Me
  1. "Oppa, Oppa"
    Released: April 4, 2012
  2. "I Wanna Dance"
    Released: June 19, 2013
  3. "Motorcycle"
    Released: February 26, 2014

Ride Me is the first Japanese studio album of South Korean pop duo Donghae & Eunhyuk, a subgroup of the boy band Super Junior. The album was released on February 26, 2014 under Avex Trax in Japan.[1]

Background

Donghae & Eunhyuk revealed during Super Show 5 in Osaka that they would release their first album, followed by their first tour, in Japan. Their first album, Ride Me was released on February 26, 2014. "Motorcycle" was the lead single of the album. The short version music video was released through Avex's YouTube channel on February 2.[2] The song became the main theme of the Japanese TV show, 'Sukkiri'. The album also includes the song "Teenage Queen" which was originally created and written in English by 5 Seconds of Summer.

Track listing

CD1
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Bari 5 !" H.U.B. Warren David Meyers, Mathew Oscar Meyers, Daniel Thomas Boots, Ian Simpson 3:17
2. "Oppa, Oppa" Goro Matsui (Japanese Lyric) Composed by Steven Greenberg; Arranged by PETER (Team One Sound) 3:18
3. "Motorcycle" Akira Lars Pedersen, Remee S. Jackman, Nicky Fredrik Russell, Feras Agwa 3:25
4. "Teenage Queen" Amon Hayashi (Japanese Lyric) Tiffany Vartanyan, Calum Hood, Luke Hemmings, David Musumeci, Anthony Egizii 3:35
5. "君が泣いたら -Kimi ga Naitara- (When You Cry)" Shirose Zetton, Darren Martyn, Shirose 4:14
6. "Kiss Kiss Dynamite" Natsumi Kobayashi Sam Gray 3:20
7. "Android Syndrome" Sara Sakurai Neil Athale, Gustav Efraimsson, Mr. Success 3:06
8. "Hello" Sara Sakurai (Japanese Lyric) PETER & YOUNG SKY & JINOO (Team One Sound) 3:36
9. "Love That I Need" (feat. Henry of SJM) Miyakei NoizeBank (Henry Lau of Super Junior-M, Gen Neo, Issac Han, Neil Nallas) 3:26
10. "I Wanna Dance" Sara Sakurai, PETER & YOUNG SKY & JINOO (Team One Sound) PETER & YOUNG SKY & JINOO (Team One Sound) 3:28
11. "Ten years" (feat. Luna of f (x)) Miyakei Michael Stockwell, Wesley Steed 3:52
12. "Champagne Girl" Sara Sakurai Ricky Hanley, Daniel Sherman 4:04
13. "Let It Go" AKIRA Kim Sangmi, Marco Borrero, Mica Gayle, R. Seragnoli 3:16
DVD
  1. "Motorcycle" music video
  2. "Oppa, Oppa" music video
  3. "I Wanna Dance" music video
  4. "Motorcycle" music video making clip
  5. Ride Me JK making clip

Oricon

Oricon Chart Period Peak Debut Sales Total Sales
Daily Albums Chart 26 February 2014 (Released) 1 [3] 18,224 50,152+
Weekly Albums Chart 24 February - 2 March 2014 3 [4] 40,065
Monthly Albums Chart February 2014 8 [5] 40,065

References

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This page was last edited on 13 May 2018, at 00:36.
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