Tetsuya Komuro Featuring Y.U.M - Call Me Anytime mp3 album
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Tetsuya Komuro (小室 哲哉, Komuro Tetsuya, born November 27, 1958) is a retired Japanese musician, singer-songwriter, composer and record producer. He is recognized as the most successful producer in Japanese music history and introduced dance music to the Japanese mainstream. He was also a former owner of the disco Velfarre located in Roppongi, Tokyo. He is widely regarded as one of the most influential figures in pop throughout the 1990s. He composed almost all the songs on Love Songs, the 2010 album of Japanese pop-star Ayumi Hamasaki In January 2018, Komuro announced his retirement from the music industry. Call Me Anytime" (with . M, September 20, 2000). Blue Fantasy – Love & Chill Out" (October 24, 2001). Speed TK Re-Mix: Hono no Koma" (October 24, 2001).
Japanese musician Tetsuya Komuro produced Amuro's first four studio albums. After a brief hiatus, Amuro released two more singles in 1996: "Don't Wanna Cry" and "You're My Sunshine". On November 27, 1996, she started work on her second solo studio album with Komuro, and released its lead single "A Walk in the Park". It gave Amuro her fourth number one single on the Oricon Singles Chart, and her fourth single to sell over one million units there. At the end of 1996, she was awarded the Grand Prix Award. Amuro's sales started to decline from this release, as the album only shifted 335,000 units in Japan. To promote the studio album, Amuro toured Japan in March 2001, and finished in May that same year. In August, she released the single "Say the Word"; it was her first single that she contributed to.
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Komuro Tetsuya (小室哲哉) is a Japanese pop musician and producer. He made his debut in 1984 as a member of the band TM NETWORK. In the late 1980s begain producing other pop artists. This carried into the 1990s where he became an extremly popular producer. He later became well-known for his band, globe, which at one time held the record for best selling album in Japan. He pionered the dance and techno genre in Japan and was the invincible music producer of the '90s
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|Call Me Anytime (Original Mix)||4:06|
|Call Me Anytime (Cut La Roc Remix)||5:48|
|Call Me Anytime (Jamaster A Extended Mix)||9:24|
|Call Me Anytime (Abime 上海麗舞 Mix)||3:54|
|Call Me Anytime (Tuff London Edit)||7:07|
|Call Me Anytime (So What Productions' Radio Show Mix)||3:01|
|AICT 1269||Tetsuya Komuro Featuring Y.U.M||Tetsuya Komuro Featuring Y.U.M - Call Me Anytime (CD, Maxi)||True Kiss Disc||AICT 1269||Japan||2000|
|XDJL 93143, XDJL 93144||Tetsuya Komuro Featuring Y.U.M||Tetsuya Komuro Featuring Y.U.M - Call Me Anytime (2x12", Promo)||True Kiss Disc, True Kiss Disc||XDJL 93143, XDJL 93144||Japan||2000|