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Kiss Me Kiss Me, Baby

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Single Cover
Euro Side Vinyl
Artist
MAX
Single
Kiss me Kiss me, Baby (CD)
Released
1995.08.21
Price
¥1,020
Catalog Number
AVDD-20098
Tracklist
  1. Kiss me Kiss me, Baby (ORIGINAL MIX)
  2. Kiss me Kiss me, Baby (RANDOMIZER MIX)
  3. Kiss me Kiss me, Baby (KARAOKE)

Single
Kiss me Kiss me, Baby (Vinyl)
Released
1995
Catalog Number
AVJT-2292
Euro Side [1]
  1. Kiss me Kiss me, Baby (ORIGINAL MIX)
Techno Side
  1. Kiss me Kiss me, Baby (RANDOMIZER MIX)



Information

"Kiss me Kiss me, Baby" is the second single released by MAX. It was produced by Dave Rogers and released in two editions: a regular 8cm CD formant, and a promotional vinyl record. "Kiss me Kiss me, Baby" was used as an ending theme for the TV Asahi show Pafo Pafo and Nanba CITY City Big commercial campaign song.[2] It is a cover of the song "KISS ME KISS ME BABE" by Eurobeat artist Virginelle; who would later cover Amuro Namie's "EXIIT". "Kiss me Kiss me, Baby" was later placed on MAX's debut album MAXIMUM, and later on their second best of record PRECIOUS COLLECTION 1995-2002.

The release of the single came a month after their final single "Stop the music" as Amuro Namie with SUPER MONKEY'S. At this point in time Amuro had also signed with avex trax and continued working with her as dancers.

Song Information

Lyrics
HINOKY TEAM
Music
HINOKY TEAM
Other Information
Arrangement: HINOKY TEAM

Oricon Chart Positions

MAX promoting the single

The single reached #63 on the weekly Oricon chart, and continued to rank for a total of two weeks.

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- - - - - - - 63 5,380
- - - - - - - 66 5,540

Total Reported Sales: 10,920

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