“Body Feel EXIT”, released in October 1995, was the first TK song recorded by Namie Amuro and a great way to showcase the power of both artists. With some pumping Euro House synths and a strong beat, courtesy of TK’s skills, “Body Feels EXIT” showcased what Namie had of best at the time, which were her energy and young passion. Its climax, for me, is right near the end, when Komuro just slams a powerful synth line before the last “body feels exit” line. It just screams techno, and could have been extended a little bit (I just think Komuro likes to end some of his songs with the best instrumental parts. She did the same with Ryoko Shinohara’s [篠原涼子] monster hit “Itoshisa to Setsunasa to Kokorozuyosa to” [恋しさと せつなさと 心強さと] just a year before, in 1994).
To be honest, Komuro probably knew that Amuro could not be locked in Eurobeat’s chains for too long, and Euro House, an extremely popular sound in Europe that was responsible for burying Eurobeat once and for all in the early 90s, was the right sound for her debut single as a solo artist.