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Super Eurobeat Presents Euro Every Little Thing

Super Eurobeat Presents Euro Every Little Thing
Every Little Thing
Released September 5, 2001[1]
Genre J-pop[2]
Length 77:00[2]
Label Avex Trax[1]
Producer Various
Every Little Thing chronology

Every Ballad Songs
Super Eurobeat Presents Euro Every Little Thing
The Remixes III: Mix Rice Plantation

Super Eurobeat Presents Euro Every Little Thing is a remix album, consisting of recordings by Japanese pop group Every Little Thing remixed by various eurobeat producers from Italy, released in 2001 by Avex Trax.[2]


# Track Style Remixer Length Ref
1 For the Moment Euroverdrive Remix Laurent G. Newfield 5:19 [1]
2 Face the Change Melodic Remix Luca Degani, Sergio Dall'ora 5:28 [1]
3 Deatta Koro No You Ni Pop Remix Bratt Sinclaire 4:08 [1]
4 Forever Yours Euro-Pop Mix Dave Rodgers 5:00 [1]
5 Rescue Me Melancholy Mix Luca Degani, Sergio Dall'ora 4:44 [1]
6 Necessary Power Mix Bratt Sinclaire 5:16 [1]
7 Future World Euro-Power Mix Dave Rodgers 4:06 [1]
8 Time Goes By Eurosenti Mix Luca Degani, Sergio Dall'ora 5:19 [1]
9 Pray Delta Pop Mix Bratt Sinclaire 5:07 [1]
10 Someday Someplace Europop Mix Luca Degani, Sergio Dall'ora 5:20 [1]
11 Shapes of Love Plug And Play Mix Laurent G. Newfield 5:35 [1]
12 Over and Over Traditional Mix Dave Rodgers 4:54 [1]
13 Feel My Heart Eurobeat Mix Luca Degani, Sergio Dall'ora 5:30 [1]
14 Sure Eurolovers Remix Laurent G. Newfield 5:33 [1]
15 Fragile White Roses Remix Laurent G. Newfield 5:52 [1]

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Euro Every Little Thing is an album in the Super Eurobeat Presents : J-Euro series launched in 2000, along with the likes of Ayu-ro Mix 12 featuring Ayumi Hamasaki, Hyper Euro MAX featuring MAX, Euro Global featuring globe, Euro "Dream" Land featuring Dream, J-Euro Best and J-Euro Non-Stop Best.[3]

#12 "Over and Over (Traditional Mix)"

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The album appeared on Oricon's album chart ten times, and reached #3.[4]


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