|Studio album by|
|Released||May 24, 2000|
|Kahimi Karie chronology|
Tilt is the third studio album by Japanese musician Kahimi Karie. It was released on May 24, 2000 by Polydor Records.
Tilt features collaborations with Add N to (X), Arto Lindsay, Momus, The Olivia Tremor Control and Tahiti 80, among other artists.Three of the album's tracks were released earlier in 2000 on EPs by Karie: "Do You Know the Time?" and "Metaphors" on Once Upon a Time, and "Pygmalism" on Journey to the Centre of Me.
|1.||"I Can't Wait for Summer"||Kahimi Karie||Tomoki Kanda||4:16|
|2.||"Je dormais sous la neige"||Julien Ribot||Ribot||5:06|
|3.||"Sleepwalking"||Arto Lindsay||Melvin Gibbs||3:10|
|5.||"Ice Age Train"||Steven Claydon||Claydon||4:39|
|6.||"Dear Boy"||Lindsay||Vinicius Cantuária||3:32|
|7.||"Do You Know the Time?"||William Hart||Hart||3:12|
|10.||"(We'll Go) Separate Ways"||3:34|
|12.||"Happy Birthday What Am I For?"||Barry 7||9:15|
|Japanese Albums (Oricon)||46|
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