First. (EP)


First. (EP)

"First" is Denise Ho's debut album.

Infobox Album
Name = first. (EP) - Version 1
Type = EP
Longtype =
Artist = Denise Ho


Released = March 28, 2001
Recorded =
Genre = Cantopop
Length =
Label = Capital Artists Limited
Producer =
Reviews =
Last album =
This album = first. (EP)
Next album = Hocc² (EP)

first. (EP) - Version 1

#光榮之家 ("Family of Honor")
#我有沒有問題 ("Do I Have Any Problem")
#千千萬萬個我 ("Thousands of Me")
#無賴 ("Rascal")
#同不同 ("The Same or Not")
#與別不同 ("Different from the Others")
#神經痛 ("Nervous Pain")

Infobox Album
Name = first. (AVEP) - Version 2
Type = studio
Longtype =
Artist = Denise Ho


Released = April 2001
Recorded =
Genre = Cantopop
Length =
Label = Capital Artists Limited
Producer =
Reviews =
Last album =
This album = first. (EP)
Next album = Hocc² (EP)

first. (AVEP) - Version 2

#電腦檔案 不能播放 ("Computer File, Cannot be Played")
#千千萬萬個我 MV ("Thousands of Me (Music Video)")
#喂喂 the making of ("Hey Hey (the making of)")
#光榮之家 MV ("Family of Honor (Music Video)")
#光榮之家 ("Family of Honor")
#我有沒有問題 ("Do I Have Any Problem")
#千千萬萬個我 ("Thousands of Me")
#無賴 ("Rascal")
#同不同 ("The Same or Not")
#與別不同 ("Different from the Others")
#神經痛 ("Nervous Pain")

ee also

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