|2||Best Of X|
|7||紅 (English Version)|
|11||Original Back Tracks|
|13||Best Of X|
|15||Silent Jealousy (Live)|
|17||Week End (Live)|
|19||I'll Kill You|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.
- Manufactured By – Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.
- Record Company – Ki/oon Sony Records
Best of X is a compilation box set released by X Japan on March 21, 1996. It contains two CDs, a VHS tape and a T-shirt from the Violence and Jealousy Tour. The album reached number 5 on the Oricon chart. It was re-released on December 1, 1996 in a different case without any extras and without the last three tracks on disc one. Disc one. Silent Jealousy Live 6:30. Desperate Angel 5:53. Kurenai Live 5:45. Week End Live 5:53. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Classic Rock J-Rock Visual Kei. X Japan. Songs in album X Japan - Best of X CD1 1996. X Japan - Silent Jealousy Live. X Japan - Desperate Angel. X Japan - Kurenai. X Japan - Week End Live. X Japan - Celebration. X Japan - Endless Rain. Listen free to X : Best of X disc 1 Silent Jealousy live, Desperate Angel and more. 13 tracks 73:49. Monday 9 March 2020. Tuesday 10 March 2020. Wednesday 11 March 2020. 2002-2020 Encyclopaedia Metallum. Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in 1280 x 960 resolution or higher. X Japan - Best of X 1996, 2CD, Kioon Records reissue. Buy from. extreme music, экстремальная музыка, metal, металл, grindcore, грайндкор, grind, brutal, брутал, black metal, блэк металл, doom metal, дум металл, death metal, дет метал, folk metal, pagan metal, heavy metal, хэви металл, gothic metal, готика, металл альбомы, free music, бесплатная музыка, свободный обмен музыкой, новинки, раритеты, new and rare music, music discussions, discographies, band history, дискографии, истории групп, обсуждение музыки. Features Song Lyrics for X JAPAN X's : Best of X disc 1 album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User . Say Anything. Somehow, in his early seventies, John Prine made one of the best albums of his legendary career. Part of the records charm comes from producer Dave Cobbs anything-goes style: It sounds like an actual party is being held in the studio, with harmonies from Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires, and kazoo solos from Brandi Carlile. Future had burned much of his goodwill after the release of his second studio album, Honest, which saw him simultaneously pivot to often edgeless, streamlined pop and loving odes dedicated to his then-fiancée, Ciara. Fans revolted, critics scoffed, the engagement disintegrated, and Future was left for dead. On her second album, R&B singer Jamila Woods grapples with the present by looking to the past. Each track is an ode to one of her inspirations, most of them women of color. Sometimes she writes directly from their perspective, but more often she draws from her subjects lives and adapts their words to her own life. Jessie Ware: Devotion 2012. Arriving at the same time as industrial-strength belters like Adele and Florence Welch, fellow UK singer-songwriter Jessie Ware was an anomaly. After collaborating with post-dubstep acts SBTRKT and Joker, Ware synthesized her love of American hip-hop and R&B with dance music. Britney Spears, At the Gym, Alone и другие песни. Best of