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|1||Put Your Hands Up (Piano Version)||4:51|
|3||鉄道員 (Piano Version)||4:44|
|WPJ6-10022||Ryuichi Sakamoto||ウラBTTB (12", EP)||WEA Japan, Warner Music Japan Inc.||WPJ6-10022||Japan||1999|
|WPC6-1002 2||Ryuichi Sakamoto||ウラ BTTB (12", Maxi)||WEA Japan||WPC6-1002 2||Japan||1999|
- Engineer – Naoto Shibuya
- Engineer [Assistant] – Masaki Sekiguchi
- Mixed By, Engineer – Fernando Aponte
- Producer [Executive] – Masanobu Kondo, Yoshio Okabe
- Producer, Composed By, Performer, Mixed By – Ryuichi Sakamoto
℗ 1999 Warner Music Japan Inc.
Hybrid CD/HDCD in cardboard sleeve.
Códigos de barras
- Barcode: 4 943674 008117
- Matrix / Runout: WPC6-10022 113 TF909B
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Music Japan Inc.
- Manufactured By – Warner Music Japan Inc.
- Distributed By – Warner Music Japan Inc.
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Artista: Ryuichi Sakamoto
Fecha de publicación: 26 May 1999
Etiqueta: WEA Japan
Estilo: Modern Classical, Ambient
Tamaño MP3: 1448 mb
Tamaño FLAC: 1708 mb
Clasificación: 4.5 / 5
Fuente de los registros: CD, HDCD, Maxi-Single