Look Back Again/Over the Distance

Look Back Again/Over the Distance
"Look Back Again/Over the Distance"
Single by Hitomi Yaida
from the album Candlize
Released July 27, 2001
Format Maxi single
Genre J-pop
Length 10:05
Label Toshiba EMI (TOCT-22153)
Writer(s) Yaiko[1]
Producer Diamond Head
Hitomi Yaida singles chronology
I'm Here Saying Nothing
(2001)
Look Back Again/Over the Distance
(2001)
Buzzstyle
(2001)

"Look Back Again"/"Over the Distance" is a song by Hitomi Yaida, released as a double A-side single. It was the second single taken from the album Candlize.

"Look Back Again" reached 5th place in the charts[2] with "Over the Distance" not performing as well and reaching 13th position[3].

"Over the Distance" was featured in the Nintendo DS Rhythm game Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan, as one of the most subdued songs in the game due to its use of soft bells and chimes replacing the high-pitched whistling used for most of the game's songs. The stage involves helping a recently deceased young man deliver a final message to his lover.

Track listing

All lyrics written by Yaiko[1] except #3. All songs arranged by Diamond Head. 

CD
No. Title Music Length
1. "Look Back Again"   Yaiko[1] 3:30
2. "Over the Distance"   Yaiko[1] 4:09
3. "le vent brulant" (Diamond Head featuring Hitomi Yaida) Daishi Kataoka, Akira Murata 2:18
Total length:
10:05

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d Yaiko is Hitomi Yaida's pen name.
  2. ^ Look Back Again chart-history
  3. ^ Over The Distance chart-history

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