Red Cliff (Shin-Sen)

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"Red Cliff (Shin-Sen)"
Single by alan
from the album Voice of Earth
ReleasedOctober 15, 2008
LabelAvex Trax
Songwriter(s)Gorō Matsui, Taro Iwashiro
Producer(s)Kikuchi Kazuhito
alan singles chronology
"Kaze no Tegami"
"Red Cliff (Shin-Sen)"
"Jiayou! Ni You Me!"
Alternative cover
Voice of Earth track listing
16 tracks
  1. "Tennyo (Interlude)"
  2. "Ashita e no Sanka"
  3. "Sora Uta"
  4. "Natsukashii Mirai (Longing Future)"
  5. "Hitotsu"
  6. "Kaze no Tegami"
  7. "Brave"
  8. "Yume no Garden"
  9. "Gunjou no Tani"
  10. "My Friend"
  11. "Liberty"
  12. "Tsuki ga Watashi"
  13. "Red Cliff (Shin-Sen)"
  14. "Megumi no Ame"
  15. "Together" *
  16. "Red Cliff (Shin-Sen) (Modern Rock Version)" **
* First press bonus track
** Tower Records bonus CD

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"Red Cliff (Shin-Sen)" (Red Cliff ~心・戦~, lit. "Heart・War") is a song by Chinese singer Alan, from her debut Japanese-language studio album Voice of Earth (2009). Written by Gorō Matsui and composed by Taro Iwashiro, it was used as the theme song for the Chinese epic film Red Cliff.[1] "Red Cliff (Shin-Sen)" is Alan's fourth single in the theme of traditional elements;[1] representing fire in the Japanese Godai and Tibetan Bön. The single released on October 15, 2008, and peaked at number twenty-three on the Oricon charts.[2]

The song is a Japanese version of "Xin·Zhan (Red Cliff)" from Alan's Mandarin-language EP Xin Zhan: Red Cliff (2008). A slightly longer end roll version was included on the Red Cliff original soundtrack album released in Japan. A modern rock version of the song was used to promote the PlayStation 2 video game Dynasty Warriors 6: Special Edition, which later appeared as a bonus track on Voice of Earth, when the album was pre-ordered from Tower Records.

Track listing[edit]

CD single:[1]
1."Red Cliff (Shin・Sen)" (Red Cliff ~心・戦~; Heart・War)Gorō MatsuiTaro IwashiroNakano Yuuta 
2."Xin·Zhan (Red Cliff)" (心・戦 ~Red Cliff~; Heart・War)Francis LeeTaro Iwashiro  
3."Ashita e no Sanka (Orchestral Version)" (明日への讃歌 ~Orchestral Version~; A Hymn for Tomorrow)Nojima ShinjiKikuchi KazuhitoNakano Yuuta 
4."Red Cliff (Shin・Sen)" (Instrumental)    
5."Ashita e no Sanka (Orchestral Version)" (Instrumental)    
Total length:30:41


Chart (2008) Peak
Japanese Singles Chart[2] 23


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "RED CLIFF ~心・戦~ : alan : avex network". avex network. avex marketing. Archived from the original on February 24, 2012. Retrieved August 16, 2012.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "alanのCDシングルランキング、alanのプロフィールならオリコン芸能人事典-ORICON STYLE". Oricon Style. Oricon Inc. Retrieved August 16, 2012.

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