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Album title
  • "EXIT TUNES PRESENTS THE BEST OF Dios/シグナルP"
  • English: EXIT TUNES PRESENTS THE BEST OF Dios/Signal-P
Published September 21, 2011, for ¥2,000
Featuring

Mayumi Morinaga, Sekihan, Signal-P, Hanatan

Producers
  • Signal-P (producer)
  • shino, Mocchiri Oyaji, Orange, Deadman, nosuke (lyrics)
  • Kensuke (guitar)
  • Vienna Symphonic Library (orchestral recording)
  • Tama (album art)
Affiliation

BackgroundEdit

"'EXIT TUNES PRESENTS THE BEST OF Dios/Signal-P'" is Signal-P's ninth album. This is Signal-P's first major debut album to be labeled by both KARENT and EXIT TUNES.

Notable titles in the album include "Cendrillion", "Rin Rin Signal", and "Aitai". Two bonus tracks are included featuring the singer Mayumi Morinaga (Cendrillion and Aitai).

Preceding and succeeding albumsEdit

Track listingEdit

All music composed by Signal-P.
No.TitleLyricsVocalsLength
1."エンクロージャー (enclosure)"Signal-P, shinoKagamine Len, Kagamine Rin3:51
2."革命 (Kakumei)" (Revolution)Mocchiri OyajiMegurine Luka3:58
3."リンリンシグナル (Rin Rin Signal)"Signal-PKagamine Rin, Kagamine Len4:02
4."UNBALANCE"Signal-P, ShinoKagamine Rin4:48
5."サンドリヨン (Cendrillon)"OrangeHatsune Miku, KAITO4:36
6."ラ・ピュセル (La Pucelle)"OrangeMegurine Luka4:26
7."トロピカル・サマー (Tropical Summer)"Signal-PGUMI (Hanatan, Signal-P)5:05
8."twinkle our days" (Digi mix)shinoKagamine Rin4:09
9."Transmit"Signal-PKagamine Rin4:30
10."会いたい (Aitai)" (I Want to Meet You)DeadmanGUMI4:59
11."Sigh"Signal-PKagamine Len4:21
12."TABOO"Mocchiri OyajiHatsune Miku3:34
13."CHU!して! (CHU! Shite!)" (KISS! Me!)nosukeKagamine Rin4:00
14."ラビリンス (Labyrinth)"shinoKagamine Rin4:32
15."Brand-new Step"Signal-PGUMI3:32
16."サンドリヨン (Cendrillon)"OrangeMayumi Morinaga, Sekihan4:37
17."会いたい (Aitai)" (I Want to Meet You)DeadmanMayumi Morinaga4:59
Total length:1:13:59

Promotional goodsEdit

Included with the album is an original phone strap, as well as a smartphone/IC card yupo suction tack sticker featuring an illustration of the VOCALOIDs on the album cover by Tama.

Stores offer a large B2 size poster when purchasing the album.

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