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* CD
 
# Body Feels EXIT (ORIGINAL MIX)
 
# Body Feels EXIT (ORIGINAL MIX)
 
# Body Feels EXIT (X-TENDED MIX)
 
# Body Feels EXIT (X-TENDED MIX)
 
# Body Feels EXIT ([[FKB]] MIX)
 
# Body Feels EXIT ([[FKB]] MIX)
 
# Body Feels EXIT (ORIGINAL KARAOKE)
 
# Body Feels EXIT (ORIGINAL KARAOKE)
 
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* Vinyl "Side A"
 
 
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: 1995
 
; Catalog Number
 
: AVJT-2301
 
 
 
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# Body Feels EXIT (ORIGINAL MIX)
 
# Body Feels EXIT (ORIGINAL MIX)
 
# Body Feels EXIT (12inch)
 
# Body Feels EXIT (12inch)
 
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* Vinyl "Side B"
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# Body Feels EXIT (X-TENDED MIX)
 
# Body Feels EXIT (X-TENDED MIX)
 
# Body Feels EXIT (Club Mix)
 
# Body Feels EXIT (Club Mix)
 
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* Vinyl "Side C"
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# Body Feels EXIT (FKB MIX #1)
 
# Body Feels EXIT (FKB MIX #1)
 
# Body Feels EXIT (FKB MIX #2)
 
# Body Feels EXIT (FKB MIX #2)
 
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* Vinyl "Side D"
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# Body Feels EXIT (FKB MIX #3)
 
# Body Feels EXIT (FKB MIX #3)
 
# Body Feels EXIT (FKB MIX #4)
 
# Body Feels EXIT (FKB MIX #4)
 
 
  
  
 
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"Body Feels EXIT" is the debut solo single recorded by [[Amuro Namie]]. This is her first release since leaving former group the [[SUPER MONKEYS]] and their label [[EMI Music Japan|Toshiba-EMI]] and signing with [[avex trax]]; SUPER MONKEYS' final two singles: "[[Taiyou no Season|Taiyou no SEASON]]" and "[[Stop the Music|Stop the music]]" were billed solely as Amuro Namie. During the A week prior to this her old label released ''[[Dance Tracks Vol.1|DANCE TRACKS VOL.1]]''. "Body Feels EXIT" is Amuro's first time working with producer [[Komuro Tetsuya]], who would go one to be her key collaborator until 2001. Much like her last releases with the [[SUPER MONKEYS]] the song is a  [[Wikipedia:Eurobeat|Eurobeat]] styled dance song. The single was released in both an 8cm CD and vinyl record format. The song was used as the Taito "X-55" [[CM|commercial]] theme. "Body Feels EXIT" has been covered by many artists such as [[Wikipedia:Eurobeat|Eurobeat]] artist [[Wikipedia:Elena Gobbi|Virginelle]] and [[J-Pop|Japanese pop]] singers [[ANZA]], [[Tanaka Reina]], [[e-Girls]]. The only other version of the song by Amuro is the "Latin House Mix" found on her debut solo record ''[[Sweet 19 Blues|SWEET 19 BLUES]]''. The "Original Mix" was later placed on the ''[[181920]]'' best-of album.
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"Body Feels EXIT" is the debut solo single recorded by [[Amuro Namie]]. This is her first release since leaving former group the [[SUPER MONKEYS]] and their label [[EMI Music Japan|Toshiba-EMI]] and signing with [[avex trax]]; SUPER MONKEYS' final two singles: "[[Taiyou no Season|Taiyou no SEASON]]" and "[[Stop the Music|Stop the music]]" were billed solely as Amuro Namie. The week prior to this release her old label released the compilation  ''[[Dance Tracks Vol.1|DANCE TRACKS VOL.1]]''. "Body Feels EXIT" is Amuro's first time working with producer [[Komuro Tetsuya]], who would go one to be her key collaborator until 2001. Much like her last releases with the [[SUPER MONKEYS]] the song is a  [[Wikipedia:Eurobeat|Eurobeat]] styled dance song. The single was released in both an 8cm CD and vinyl record format. The song was used as the Taito X-55 [[CM|commercial]] theme.  
  
After Amuro and the SUPER MONKEYS split up, the other girls went on to form [[MAX]] and also signed a contract with avex. They debuted early in May 1995 with "[[Koisuru Velfarre Dance ~Saturday Night~]]", which debuted at #91 on the [[Oricon]] charts. They would continue to work together throughout the ''[[Sweet 19 Blues|SWEET 19 BLUES]]'' recordings. Amuro first premièred the song at the [[Avex Dance Matrix '95 TK DANCE CAMP]] along side MAX joining as her dancers. They continued to work together appearing in Amuro's television performances. MAX would then appear in Amuro's next single "[[Chase the Chance]]".
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After the spilt of the SUPER MONKEYS, the rest of the group went on to form [[MAX]] and also signed a contract with avex. They debuted early in May 1995 with "[[Koisuru Velfarre Dance ~Saturday Night~]]", which debuted at #91 on the [[Oricon]] charts. They would continue to work together throughout the ''[[Sweet 19 Blues|SWEET 19 BLUES]]'' recordings. Amuro first premièred "Body Feels EXIT" at the [[Avex Dance Matrix '95 TK DANCE CAMP]] along side MAX joining as her dancers. They continued to work together appearing in Amuro's television performances. MAX would then appear in Amuro's next single "[[Chase the Chance]]".
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"Body Feels EXIT" was certified Platinum by the [[Recording Industry Association of Japan]] for over 400,000 copies being shipped.<small><ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20140610111754/http://www.riaj.or.jp/issue/record/1995/199508.pdf RIAJ Gold Releases 1996]</ref></small> "Body Feels EXIT" is often noted as having one of the most unfortunate [[Wikipedia:Engrish|Engrish]] song titles in [[J-Pop]] history. It has been covered by many artists such as [[Wikipedia:Eurobeat|Eurobeat]] artist [[Wikipedia:Elena Gobbi|Virginelle]] and [[J-Pop|Japanese pop]] singers [[ANZA]], [[Tanaka Reina]], [[e-Girls]]. The only other version of the song by Amuro is the "Latin House Mix" found on her debut solo record ''[[Sweet 19 Blues|SWEET 19 BLUES]]''. The "Original Mix" was later placed on the ''[[181920]]'' best-of album.
  
The single was certified Platinum by the [[Recording Industry Association of Japan]] for over 400,000 copies being shipped.<small><ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20140610111754/http://www.riaj.or.jp/issue/record/1995/199508.pdf RIAJ Gold Releases 1996]</ref></small> "Body Feels EXIT" is often noted as having one of the most unfortunate [[Wikipedia:Engrish|Engrish]] song titles in [[J-Pop]] history.
 
 
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==Song Information==
 
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==Oricon Chart Positions==
 
==Oricon Chart Positions==
 
[[File:Amuro - Body Feels EXIT Promo.jpg|thumb|325px|Amuro promoting the single]]
 
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The single reached #3 on the weekly [[Oricon]] chart, and continued to rank for a total of 19 weeks. "Body Feels EXIT" sold 510,880 copies, making the #70 best selling singles of 1995. Beacuse it sold an additional 370,760 copies in 1996, it ranked in again at #83 best selling single of the year. In all it sold a total of 881,640 copies.
  
 
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'''Total Reported Sales:''' 881,640 <small><ref>[http://www.jpopmusic.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=2959342&highlight=#2959342 Jpopmusic Forum: Oricon Resource]</ref></small>
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* '''Total Reported Sales:''' 881,640 <small><ref>[http://www.jpopmusic.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=2959342&highlight=#2959342 Jpopmusic Forum: Oricon Resource]</ref></small>
  
 
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==References==

Revision as of 19:55, 11 February 2019

CD Cover
Vinyl Cover
Artist
Amuro Namie
Single
Body Feels EXIT
Released
1995.10.25
Catalog Number
AVDD-20107 (CD)
AVJT-2301 (Vinyl)
Price
¥1,020 (CD)
Tracklist
  • CD
  1. Body Feels EXIT (ORIGINAL MIX)
  2. Body Feels EXIT (X-TENDED MIX)
  3. Body Feels EXIT (FKB MIX)
  4. Body Feels EXIT (ORIGINAL KARAOKE)
  • Vinyl "Side A"
  1. Body Feels EXIT (ORIGINAL MIX)
  2. Body Feels EXIT (12inch)
  • Vinyl "Side B"
  1. Body Feels EXIT (X-TENDED MIX)
  2. Body Feels EXIT (Club Mix)
  • Vinyl "Side C"
  1. Body Feels EXIT (FKB MIX #1)
  2. Body Feels EXIT (FKB MIX #2)
  • Vinyl "Side D"
  1. Body Feels EXIT (FKB MIX #3)
  2. Body Feels EXIT (FKB MIX #4)


Information

"Body Feels EXIT" is the debut solo single recorded by Amuro Namie. This is her first release since leaving former group the SUPER MONKEYS and their label Toshiba-EMI and signing with avex trax; SUPER MONKEYS' final two singles: "Taiyou no SEASON" and "Stop the music" were billed solely as Amuro Namie. The week prior to this release her old label released the compilation DANCE TRACKS VOL.1. "Body Feels EXIT" is Amuro's first time working with producer Komuro Tetsuya, who would go one to be her key collaborator until 2001. Much like her last releases with the SUPER MONKEYS the song is a Eurobeat styled dance song. The single was released in both an 8cm CD and vinyl record format. The song was used as the Taito X-55 commercial theme.

After the spilt of the SUPER MONKEYS, the rest of the group went on to form MAX and also signed a contract with avex. They debuted early in May 1995 with "Koisuru Velfarre Dance ~Saturday Night~", which debuted at #91 on the Oricon charts. They would continue to work together throughout the SWEET 19 BLUES recordings. Amuro first premièred "Body Feels EXIT" at the Avex Dance Matrix '95 TK DANCE CAMP along side MAX joining as her dancers. They continued to work together appearing in Amuro's television performances. MAX would then appear in Amuro's next single "Chase the Chance".

"Body Feels EXIT" was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of Japan for over 400,000 copies being shipped.[1] "Body Feels EXIT" is often noted as having one of the most unfortunate Engrish song titles in J-Pop history. It has been covered by many artists such as Eurobeat artist Virginelle and Japanese pop singers ANZA, Tanaka Reina, e-Girls. The only other version of the song by Amuro is the "Latin House Mix" found on her debut solo record SWEET 19 BLUES. The "Original Mix" was later placed on the 181920 best-of album.

Song Information

Lyrics
Komuro Tetsuya
Music
Komuro Tetsuya
Other Information
Mixing: Dave Ford
Arrangement: Komuro Tetsuya
Backing vocals: Amuro Namie, Komuro Tetsuya

Music video

A shot from the music video

The music video for "Body Feels EXIT" was directed by Muto Masashi. The choreography for the song was created by kaba of Komuro Tetsuya produced group dos.

Other Information
Producer: Yoshino Kimihko
D.O.P.: Kawabata Kenichi
Stylist: Nojjiri Haruko
Hair & Make-up: Nurishi Masako
Discography

Performances

Concerts

Television

Oricon Chart Positions

Amuro promoting the single

The single reached #3 on the weekly Oricon chart, and continued to rank for a total of 19 weeks. "Body Feels EXIT" sold 510,880 copies, making the #70 best selling singles of 1995. Beacuse it sold an additional 370,760 copies in 1996, it ranked in again at #83 best selling single of the year. In all it sold a total of 881,640 copies.

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- - - - - - - 3 221,420
- - - - - - - 4 133,960
- - - - - - - 5 88,620
- - - - - - - 7 66,880
- - - - - - - 11 49,920
- - - - - - - 11 35,600
- - - - - - - 18 35,070
- - - - - - - 20 27,920
- - - - - - - 19 23,650
- - - - - - - 9 60,920
- - - - - - -
- - - - - - - 10 33,130
- - - - - - - 11 30,550
- - - - - - - 19 23,070
- - - - - - - 32 17,330
- - - - - - - 37 12,940
- - - - - - - 39 11,170
- - - - - - - 64 5,650
- - - - - - - 87 3,840
  • Total Reported Sales: 881,640 [2]

References

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