- Performer:Faye Wong
- Title:Faye Wong
- Date of release:2001
- Recording location:Avon Studio
- Size FLAC version1972 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1973 megabytes
- Size WMA version1138 megabytes
- Formats:AIFF MPC VOC AC3 AHX RA
Random Thoughts (Chinese: 胡思亂想), alternatively Thinking Here and There or Wondering Music, is the translated title of a 1994 Cantonese album recorded by Chinese Cantopop singer Faye Wong when she was based in Hong Kong. It confirmed her move into alternative music and covers songs by the Cocteau Twins, whose influence she readily acknowledged. The title track "Random Thoughts" is a cover of the Cocteau Twins' "Bluebeard"
To Love (Chinese: 將愛; pinyin: Jiāng'ài) is a 2003 Mandarin album by Beijing-based C-pop singer Faye Wong. This was Wong's 19th official studio album, and the first to be released by Sony Music Asia. As of 2013 it remains her last album to date. Released on 7 November 2003, it has 13 tracks: 10 in Mandarin and 3 in Cantonese.
Faye Wong chronology. You're The Only One (1990)String Module Error: Match not found1990. No Regrets (1993)String Module Error: Match not found1993. Coming Home (no Cantonese title) is an album recorded by Chinese Cantopop singer Faye Wong Wong had issued her first three official albums under the stage name Shirley Wong
Faye Wong (王菲) is a 2001 album by Beijing-based singer Faye Wong. The songs are a mixture of pop and rock numbers, including pop rock, techno and electro genres. It included 11 tracks in Mandarin Chinese and five in Cantonese Faye Wong worked with new partners on this album, including Singaporean singer-songwriter Tanya Chua and Taiwanese rocker Wu Bai. Contents. Faye Wong is all woman – Taipei Times Max Woodworth 2004 "Wong also had a brief fascination for the ethereal music of the Cocteau Twins in the mid-1990s, which manifested itself in three covers of the Scottish band's songs on Wondering Music (胡思亂想, 1994) and collaborations with the band on Impatience (浮躁, 1996), and Faye Wong (快.
Faye Wong (王菲) is a self-titled album by Chinese singer Faye Wong. Her first recording with EMI, it was recorded in Beijing and released in 1997, around the time that she relocated to Beijing after several years of success in Hong Kong. All tracks are sung in Mandarin. This album is filled with feelings of lethargy, languor, drowsiness and disengagement, yet most of the songs sound warm and sweet. The album continued Wong's collaboration with the Cocteau Twins, which began with Random Thoughts in 1994 and Fuzao in 1996.
CreditsTanya Chua - Composer
Nicholas Tse - Composer
Faye Wong - Primary Artist
Track List - Disc 1
|2||[Untranslated] Tanya Chua||Faye Wong||3:27|
|3||[Untranslated] Tanya Chua||Faye Wong||3:12|
|8||[Untranslated] [Big Shot's Funeral]||Faye Wong||4:32|
Track List - Disc 2
|1||[Untranslated] Nicholas Tse||Faye Wong||4:09|
|5||[Untranslated] Tanya Chua||Faye Wong||3:06|