Utada - You Make Me Want To Be A Man mp3 album
You Make Me Want to Be a Man" Released: October 17, 2005. After being discovered in North America by Island CEO Lyon Cohen when she contributed to the Rush Hour 2 soundtrack, he was very interested in signing Utada to his record label and she eventually accepted the offer. Like the rest of her previous studio albums, Utada had written the entire album by herself. In a press conference of her record label signing, Utada stated that she had written all the songs, including Japanese tracks, in English; "Most of my lyrics come out in English, which I then rewrite in Japanese so this project will save a little. bit of time in songwriting, which I'll be needing, to give the best of both and ".
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Utada agreed to collaborate with him and songwriter Poo Bear to write the song. The song was written in the same key as "Passion", to make it easier for Skrillex to mix both songs during his concerts Commercial performance. You Make Me Want to Be a Man". Dareka no Negai ga Kanau Koro".
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Prior to the album’s release, Utada told Yahoo! Japan that the song was written after her mother’s death, when she didn’t know if she would be able to write music again. Gliding through the speakers like an underwater dream sequence, Utada slowly sings out to the sea’s surface from the shore. She’s no stranger to gender politics ( You Make Me Want to Be a Man, anyone?), but she’s been shy to address it too explicitly in Japanese until Ore No Kanojo, a finger-snapping back-and-forth between a couple, exposing their thoughts and insecurities - diving into French for the most intimate revelations. The track builds in a majestic way, starting as finger-snapping musical theater of sorts (she is playing two roles, after all) and building into a cinematic epic, lifted by dramatic strings and electronic stings that might as well be plucked from Björk’s Homogenic.
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|CD-1||You Make Me Want To Be A Man (Radio Edit)||4:02|
|CD-2||You Make Me Want To Be A Man (Bloodshy & Avant Mix)
Guitar – Henrik JonbackRemix – Bloodshy & Avant
|DVD-2||You Make Me Want To Be A Man|
- Mixed By – Goh Hotoda
- Producer – Teruzane Skingg U*
- Saxophone – Bryan G. Russell
NotesComes presented in gatefold sleeve
|988 638-1||Utada*||You Make Me Want To Be A Man (CD, Maxi, Enh)||Island Def Jam Music Group||988 638-1||UK||2005|
|none||Utada*||You Make Me Want To Be A Man - Remixes (12", Single)||Not On Label||none||Unknown|
|0602498863794||Utada*||You Make Me Want To Be A Man (CD, Maxi, Enh)||Island Records||0602498863794||Europe||2005|
|UTMANCDP1||Utada*||You Make Me Want To Be A Man (CD, Single, Promo)||Island Def Jam Music Group||UTMANCDP1||UK||2005|
|none||Utada*||You Make Me Want To Be A Man - Remixes (12")||Not On Label||none||UK||2005|