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Cao Cao (album)

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Length  51:58
Artist  JJ Lin
Genre  Mandopop
Language  Mandarin
Release date  17 February 2006
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Released  17 February 2006 (2006-02-17)
Cao Cao 曹操 (2006)  Just JJ World Tour 就是俊傑 (2006)
Label  Ocean Butterflies International
Songs  Now That She's Gone, Down (demo)
Similar  JJ Lin albums, Mandopop albums, Other albums

Jj lin cao cao with pin yin lyrics


Cao Cao (Chinese: 曹操) is Singaporean Mandopop singer-songwriter JJ Lin's fourth Mandarin studio album. It was released on 17 February 2006 by the Ocean Butterflies Music and contains 11 tracks. A special 2-disk album was released 7 April 2006. The title track, "Cao Cao", alludes to Chinese cultural figure Cao Cao, founder of Cao Wei of the Three Kingdoms.

Contents

The track, "原來" (Originally) won one of the Top 10 Songs of the Year, at the 2007 HITO Radio Music Awards presented by Taiwanese radio station Hit FM. The album is the eighth best selling album in Taiwan with 70,200 copies sold in 2006.

jj lin now that she s gone mv


Track listing

  1. "只對你說" Zhǐ Duì Nǐ Shuō (Only Told You)
  2. "曹操" Cáo Cāo (Cao Cao)
  3. "熟能生巧" Shú Néng Shēng Qiǎo (Perfection)
  4. "波間帶" Bō Jiān Dài (Sign Waves)
  5. "原來" Yuán Lái (Originally)
  6. "不死之身" Bú Sǐ Zhī Shēn (Eternal Life)
  7. "愛情 Yogurt" Ài Qíng Yogurt (Yogurt Love)
  8. "進化論" Jìn Huà Lùn (Evolution)
  9. "終於她走了" (Now That She's Gone)
  10. "你要的不是我" Nǐ Yào De Bú Shì Wǒ (I'm Not the One You Want)
  11. "流行主教" Liu Xing Zhu Jiao (Prince of Pop)
  12. "Down" (bonus demo)

References

Cao Cao (album) Wikipedia


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