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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2007 12:56 pm    Post subject: Album reviews Reply with quote

This thread is just for reviews. Any album you heard or have and you have a review please post it here. Please do not say something like " this album is good" and that's it. Try and give some type of backround on the album and the music. You can also Talk about album reviews in here if you want but remember to respect others and what they say. That's it now any albums you would like to review just put it here! Ok, lets get started

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It is ok to write the review the way you want just make sure you name the artist and the album and if it is a single let everyone know.
Please write more than 2 lines give some type of comparison to other artist so everyone can get a idea of the music
And have fun with it. You can make jokes and any funny thing as long as we all still get your review.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2007 1:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Maybe it's handfull to add some rules. Or set an example of what you wanna see as a review. (i.e. the ones you made for the Soulhead website)

And I assume every album/genre is allowed??
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2007 1:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Artist Yoshika
Album Timeless
Genre R&B
release date 1/2006
Stand out Tracks You & me and nothing
Website http://www.yoshika.info/
Review

This was Yoshika's first major album and she trys but like so many her sound is lost in the sea of other JR&B singers. The production is pretty good for the most part and her singing matches the music.
Since her range is not that far the producers can not go wild like they may want to. She has no real high notes.
The good thing is the album is around 65 minutes long, so you will be listening to it for some time. The alum features Verbal(M-flo) on two of the tracks but only one of them is really good. If you heard artist like Double then you kinda know what she sounds like, just take away the high notes. Had her vocal range been stronger she would have done better on the album, Lucky the track placement is very good and you will not have to skip to many tracks.
I would say if you want to listen to JR&B for the first time then this might be the album for you her sound is very western and most of her song are in english. That make it easy for some one who wants to listen to JR&B but is scared because they do not know what they are talking about.

Score a low 7/10


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2007 1:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Artist Jamosa
Album One
Genre R&B
Release date 2/28/07
Stand out Tracks Dream and Fly away
website http://www.ladymosa.com
Review

Ladymosa brings use her second album "One" and it is really good the time it lasts
Many my know Jamosa from all of her feature work on others albums now she gets another chance as a solo artist.
The album is pretty good most of all the songs are well produced and her singing is very good. Why she may not have the best voice she can sing. This is a Very R&B sounding album not that much pop is put into this album. From slow songs like "Bang Bang" to the club joint Tegami feat Dabo. The album never falls to much off track, there are just a few track that really bring nothing to the table musicly.

Now the bad. Just like her last album "Standing strong" this album is very short. There are only 9 songs it comes in at around 45 minutes, so this won't even last a long car ride.

Jamosa shows that she can Stand strong on her own with a very good album with a singing style all her own. If you like R&B then you should like this album. For the time it lasts.

Score a very high 7/10


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2007 2:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

To get this thread a little more posts I'll add some of my older reviews I did on U-O Very Happy

Oh, and Kekkan.. if this thread is gonna contain a lot of reviews you might wanna make a link at top listing all the reviews separately from the talking Very Happy
Something like this: http://www.utada-online.net/forums/showthread.php?t=2440

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2007 2:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote



Moi dix Mois Beyond the Gate ~Limited Edition~ {First Press}
Released: 1st March 2006

Tracklist:

  1. The Other Side In Blood (SE)
  2. Eternally Beyond
  3. Deus Ex Machina
  4. Vain
  5. Deflower
  6. Unmoved
  7. The Other Side Of The Door
  8. Eternally Beyond [Instrumental]
  9. Deus Ex Machina [Instrumental]
  10. Vain [Instrumental]
  11. Deflower [Instrumental]
  12. Unmoved [Instrumental]


So, the triangle is complete BtG ranks the end of an Moi ix Mois era and the beginning of a new. Juka Kazuo and Tohru are all gone and the only project member left is the love/hate K.
Beyond the Gate also brings in the new boy Seth and hell does he impress ^___^.

1. The otherside in Blood.

WELCOME TO DIX!!!
The typical MdM into invites you to Mana's realm of spellbound desire. The track itself is reasonably short and acts as a nice relaxing intro to the real opening of BtG

2. Eternally Beyond

Fans of the MdM site will find this familiar -XD-
Harps and ambience lead into basic pumping riffs led by Mana. Incomes the infamous Shadow X along with Seth on death voice, the comparison between him and Juka is so blatantly obvious it hurts. He sounds like a 10 yr older version with more attitude and less innocence
The tracks background harps is highly reminiscent of MdM's earlier track from Nocturnal Opera "The prophet"
I truly love this song despite its obviously programme d drum beats and the chorus = <3

3. Deus ex Machina

This track stands out above the rest with its sort of electronic/techno influence.
The joint screams from Seth, Mana and K lead into standard MdM demonic riffs. Seth then kicks off the song with a beautiful Juka esque vocal line.
The track stays basic with heavy guitar, death voice and melodic singing and of course some harmonious harps thrown in for good measure Razz. I initially hated this song however, after the second time i was hooked by its unique feel.

4. Vain

Ahh the dual guitarist REALLY shines in this song from a very Dix infernal style opening into a standard almost familiar guitar line over laden by K's over powering death voice. Seth sounds menacing to say the least his vocals are dark and the break off midway helps show off his talent.

5. Deflower

A piano intro that is a bit too familiar kicks us off before the programmed drums paints a wonderful image before Mana breaks the style with powerful yet melodic riffs that meld with the piano and the lighter vocals of Seth.
The chorus in this is absolutely beautiful but spoiled only slightly by Seths out of place "itsumo"in the middle of the so far flawless (if a bot too predictable) singing of Seth. However redeems himself after the chorus with some beautiful powerful vocals that he harmonies with himself towards the end

6. Unmoved

Okay so this is the real test for Seth to upstage Juka on a song that he introduced to the masses with his unforgettable style. So without further to do I give you Unmoved.

So what's different from the live version?
First off their is a "new" intro that is comprised of the chorus which is abruptly cut off and your plunged straight into the main riff.
K+ the death voice shadow X lead us in with a well placed scream into an ass kicking heart pounding riff that presents the rather OTT Vocals of Seth (I think he has just kicked Juka's ass in terms of death voice and overall angry vocals in comparison to the sweet prince that juka once was). Seth repeats this process in the chorus sounding a bit monotone but never less the songs nature saves it from boredom.
However, despite all it's praise the song is SERIOUSLY lacking the extra drum parts of Tohru and the bass work of Kaz.

That's not to say it sounds empty, just a bi blander, however, the new [ace seems to make up for the lack of the two members only JUST. It be nice to hear this song with the live support members as I feel it would be better than the older version.


7. The Otherside of the Door


Mana's final track is one which he only starts in :)Its style is very reminiscent of the old Nintendo 64 game Perfect dark. the backbeat reminds me SOO MUCH Of perfect dark its unbelievable . A mix of a Gothic circus with Mana's(?) death voice mummers leave an interesting outro to what has been a decent if fairly short mini offering from MdM.

Overall I quite like the album, the length of it is a major problem and one which ultimately ruins the enjoyment factor of it. Besides the content and time of the the album the only other thing I'm HIGHLY disappointed in is the lack of pictures in the Limited Edition version. Considering the fact that the regular version contains a 16page booklet. Then again, you do get 3 preety cool posters to kind of make up for the lack of glossy new shots of Mana and his boys Razz[/QUOTE]

Score: 7.5/10


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2007 2:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

MALICE MIZER
Gardenia


Release date: 2001/05/30


Tracklisting:
1. prologue ~回想~
2. Gardenia
3. 崩壊序曲 (Hôkai jokyoku)
4. Gardenia (Instrumental)
5. 崩壊序曲 (Instrumental)

Klaha’s first official outing with MALICE MIZER.
Also, the 1st of the last trilogy of singles before the hiatus


1. Prologue ~回想~
personal rating: *****

The CD opens with a lovely music box style melody that is actually the main melody of Gardenia, a perfect 30 second intro to the headlining song.

2. Gardenia
personal rating *****

Kicking off with a rather brilliant if spell bounding piano melody in comes the drums provided by Shue, the intro continues for a brief while introducing the violin to bring the piece to a height before the piano melody kicks in leading into the proper song. Klaha starts us off with the first verse, the pacing is slowed down slightly for the verses and the harpsichords and violin are kept as a lovely backing track. Yu~ki’s bass work in this track is impeccable and really helps the structure of the song as does Shue’s drumming, the other live instrument remains practically unheard (besides the occasional ‘plucking’ during the pre chorus) until the end of the verses where if you concentrate you can hear mini guitar solos from Kozi and Mana lying underneath the track work of piano and live Violin.
After the 2nd verse Klaha’s pitch rises and we get a taste of his infamous operatic value that we heard previously in Bara no sediou. The track continues to rise in pitch until the interlude which makes for another high operatic ending with Klaha holding his final 'GardeNIAAAAAAAAAA' note to the soothing violins. All in all this is a beautiful song that is topped off by the immaculate vocal work of Klaha that never hits a bad note during the entirety of the song.

3. 崩壊序曲
personal rating **

Okay, so this is the Kozi track and it’s easily recognisable by its electronica roots which could easily be mistaken for a Schwarz Stein song Razz
Kozi kicks us off with some minor Engrish murmurs of blood. The vocals on this song are done by both Kozi who takes up the majority of the verses and Klaha is demoted to taking up the verses which require the greater depth to mix in with the church harpsichord which we heard throughout some track in Bara no sediou. The song is split up by the interludes that take place occasionally after two verses prior to the chorus kicking in. Musically this track is very much like the aforementioned album however the gothic influence seems to exist mainly in the church style harpsichord and lyrics. Overall this song is okay, but seems a bit repetitive and unambitious given the fact that this song s very much like Kozi’s past compositions.


4. Gardenia (Instrumental)

personal rating: ****

I don’t usually comment on instrumental songs but I feel compelled to do it with this one as there are some noticeable features without the vocals. Without them you really can hear the mini guitar solo’s and appreciate the great piano work as well as the drum fills and especially the live violin work by Yuchiro Guto

Overall: This is a fairly decent single and perhaps only let down by the fact that it contains an instrumental to Hôkai jokyoku rather than a new track. (or nothing at all :p)

Score: 7/10
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MALICE MIZER
Beast of Blood
Release date: 2001/06/21

Tracklisting:

  1. Beast of Blood
  2. Baptism of Blood
  3. Beast of Blood (Instrumental)
  4. 薔薇の葬列 (Bara no Souretsu)


Number 2 of Malice Mizer's last 3 singles

1. Beast of Blood
Personal rating: *****

BEAST OF BLOOD!!!

=D Ahh, the infamous line that has served as a constant reminder of MM’s power to their fans ^^. Okay, so for those who haven’t heard this before the song starts of with a spell bounding and enchanting harpsichord intro only to be bettered by the even more enchanting vocals of Klaha that floats over the intro. Incomes the riff and double bass pedalling of Shue and we have the infamous title line followed by more metal and orchestral harps. Into the verse the pattern is the same until the bridge that makes you just want to head bang like mad. The chorus is best described as a sublime mix of power aggression and control, hard riffs are never let down by non metallic vocals and visa versa everything flows brilliantly. The chorus ends with a very Moi dix Mois style fill that make the drumming seem much more complete than it has ever been since the death of Kami.

2 Baptism of Blood
Personal rating: *

This song starts off with electronic melody interlude and flows into a rather Kozi esque song (much like Hôkai ) I’m not a fan of this song, but I’ll briefly explain it. The song is broken down into a mix of electronic voice distortion and a sort of xylophone backing beat that makes the piece seem less repetitive. Thee is some minor guitar work on display here but overall a filler song more than anything.

3 Beast of Blood (Instrumental)
Personal rating: ***

BoB as an instrumental is good but it’s in a different league from Gardenia, which needless to say wipes the floor with it Without the vocals the riffs seem repetitive and despite the song kicking ass you realise that until the interlude and bridge Klaha does really make the song. Of course without him the song helps you hear the wonderful harpsichord melody easier and maybe even admire the very demanding ‘blast beat’ style drumming (not so much for speed or technique but the length of the piece.

4. 薔薇の葬列
Personal rating: ***

The last song was composed by Kami before his tragic death and goes along brilliantly with the Bara no sediou album. The track is of a Gothic operatic nature with the traditional MM sound effects such as the lightening and what not. All in all much cant be said about this song but it is a very moving piece and certainly shows that Kami did have potential as a classical writer despite him being a drummer and himself playing a very minuscule role in the music (in a performance sense of course)

Overall: A better release than last time round, Gardenia was a great song but it certainly dosent beat Beast of Blood for a first listen as well as this Gardenia was let down by a bad bundled single but this set is saved by a wonderful extra track (something that Gardenia lacked)

Score: 8/10


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MALICE MIZER
Garnet~禁断の園へ~ {Garnet ~Kindan No Sono E~}

RELEASE 2001/11/30


The last original MALICE MIZER material before the indefinite hiatus

Tracklisting:

  1. Garnet~禁断の園へ~ (Garnet ~Kindan No Sono E~)
  2. 幻想楽園(Gensou Rakuen)
  3. Garnet~禁断の園へ~ (instrumental)
  4. 幻想楽園 (instrumental)


1. Garnet~禁断の園へ~
Personal rating: *****

This song starts off with a lovely “out of the water” awakening and throws you straight into a seemingly light but still somewhat heavy guitar riff and rolling drum beat as well as backing by the sturdy bass work of Yu~ki as well as the traditional MM instruments (pre recorded synths etc)
After this lovely intro we are plunged straight into the brilliant verse by Klaha which ends on a high followed by the guitar melody that continues throughout the song but avoids the verses, in its place is a multitude of pre recorded effects (such as a wind wail effect) and synthesised organs. At the end of the verse we are faced with a mini Mana guitar solo and then thrown into A STRONG Malice chorus full of every instrument at their disposal. After this comes an interlude which to be blunt isn’t technically great but its highly effective and doesn’t slow down the rather bouncy pace that Yu~ki keeps up with his intelligent and well bouncy bass lines =D After the last verse which ends on a traditional Klaha high note we are treated to the melody repeating with the drumming continuing to kick ass into the fade

2 幻想楽園
Personal rating: ****

Gensuo is a song that reminds me much of Hake no Hate its powerful metal mixed with orchestral gothic roots. The song starts off with a harpsichord and traditional synths in a sort of “broken dream” style This is quickly discarded in favour of a shredding guitar line provided by Mana and Kozi who is joined by the suitable vocals of Klaha who remains in his traditional partial operatic tone but yet somewhat menacing. The song is pretty simple and relies mainly on held guitar notes and the occasional shredding but with the overpowering vocals of Klaha and the drums kicking it along. A great powerful song but it must be said by the half way interlude you have almost heard it all (but of course if you stop now.. your missing out what has to be one of Malice Mizers heaviest songs and a sign of Mana’s ideas of where he personally wanted MM to go (and to an extent what M10M now is)

3.Garnet~禁断の園へ~ (instrumental)
Personal rating: *****

Again I’ll give a brief mention to the instrumentals and I have to say like Gardenia Garnet begs another listen to without vocals, sure you’ll miss the perfect vocals of the talent Klaha but excusing that is a brilliant backing track which has to be one of Malice Mizer’s greatest instrumental pieces ever recorded.

4 幻想楽園 (instrumental)
Personal rating: ****

Gensuo's instrumental is perhaps less deserving of mentioning than Garnet but by far more deserving than a lot of other instrumentals in their past. Without the vocals the riffs seem much rawer and the once drowned harps shine through even the worst of speakers Razz Yuki’s cheeky bass solo’s in between verse and chorus changes are also more noticeable and it must be said that this song really comes to live with a listen without the vocals.

Overall: So, does MALICE MIZER tumble down at the last hurdle and leave their earlier career to make an impression?
The short answer is.. NO! This single has to be the best of the last three released and that’s saying something after the terrific Beast of Blood song that arguably made Malice more popular to the western world than Gackt did (despite their undeniable fame in jp with the aforementioned vocalist)

Score: 9.3/10
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2007 7:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Artist Rhymester
Album ウワサの真相
Genre Hip-Hop
Release date 2001
Stand out Tracks 10 balls + 2 and intro
website www.rhymester.jp/
Review

This album starts off hot with Mummy-D and his partner Otumaru (hope that's right) just rapping with no beat, just the snap of there fingers and the stomp of their feet. Yeah this is real hip-hop. The album is really good. Both Mummy and Otumaru can rap for real. Mummy-d might have the best flow of any japanese rapper period. No one is on his level. Some of the tracks on the album are weak due to poor production, not on their rap skills. F.O.H and Kick the can crew add to the flavor of the album and Pushim is featured on 2 tracks that are both good. Even the silent DJ Jin gets some mic time on the album.
The only down side is the bad production pulls the sound of the album down a lot.
If you want to get in to japanese rap Rhymester should always be your first choice. The guys have been around since 1989 and was one of the first rap groups in japan before all of these other so called MC's came on to the scene. If you want a long rap album (54 minutes) and something with a real hip-hop sound to it then you should get this album. Anyone that likes old school rap should also pick this up.

Rating 7/10
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Artist Rhymester
Album Gray Zone
Genre Hip-hop
Release date 2004
Stand out Tracks great amatuerhythem and Gray zone
website www.rhymester.jp/
Review

If you really want to hear japanese hip-hop at its best, then this is the album for you. Rhymesters Gray zone album is one of the best. With tracks like great amatuerhythem and Gray zone Rhymester show why they are the best.
Production is pretty good through out the album. Both Mummy D and Otumaru rap with style and make's it look so easy. Unlike most rappers who sound like there are trying to hard they flow over any track very easily.
The only thing the ever hurts Rhymester is bad production. The beginig of the album after the first track is very weak production wise. But once you get to the great amaruerhythem the album jumps back up and stays there until the last track. Mummy- D is most know as the best member of the group but he even got owned on the song gray zone by Otumaru. If anyone thinks Mummy-D is the entire group think again.
This album should be required listening for any one that ever cares about Jhip-hop.

Rating very high 8/10
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2007 8:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great reviews guys! I'll add some too when I get the time Smile
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Artist Pushim
Album Dazzlez
Genre Reggae
Release date 8/3/2005
Stand out Tracks strong women and Like a sunshine
website www.Pushim.com
Review

Ok on thing I don't get about japanese reggae is how come the guys sing with a diffrent voice and the girls just sing normal just to a reggae beat. I just don't get it. Any way here we have Reggae singer Pushim. This is like a comp CD of her best songs. One thing I did not know is this women can sing. Her voice is very powerfull. You can tell she is no girl and all women. Songs like Strong women show how powerfull her voice is. "Any thing for you" and I wanna know you " are more great songs on this album. It is hard to compare her to anyone because she dose not sound like anyone out. The album is mostly Reggae with like 2 R&B songs. I'm kinda suprised There are No dancehall songs like Minmi's album. This is mostly real reggae music from a real Reggae artist Pushim has been around for a long time. She was in a group before going solo in the late 90's. The album is really long to like 65 minutes so you get your money worth. If you are geting in to Japanese Reggae she is the one to do it with.
The only down side to the album is no Dancehall songs. But hey she is a Reggae artist not a Dancehall artist.


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Artist Asuka/Aria
Album Shining
Genre R&B
Release date 3/18/2003
Stand out Tracks Shining and Special Special
website www.avexnet.or.jp/asuka
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This album is a real 10 not because she is the best singer or the production is the best. It is because Asuka and producer Kazuhiko maeda has come together and formed one with this album. Everysong fits Asuka's voice and range perfectly. Some may not like the fact that with one producer come one sound. Why that can be said here, Kaz trys a coupe of styles but dose not go to far off where Asuka would get lost in the music. Asuka sings with a vert clear voice and she sounds very at ease and natural. The best song on the album has to be Shining. The way the song is sung is very rare to here from japanese artist. There is so much emotion and the track is just perfect. If you like pop type R&B you will not find it here. She sings a more classy style of R&B it is not the 90's stuff most artist sing. A lot of the tracks have a very 80-70's R&B style to them.
The album is pretty long around 67 minutes. There is only one track on the album I skip and that is track 3. Asuka may not be the best singer or have the best producers but this is her best efort. I don't think she could have done any better and that is why I give this album a 10. Her sound is captured just right on this album.


Rating 10/10
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Artist Koda kumi
Album Best of S.S
Genre JPOP
Release date 3/8/2006
Stand out Tracks Love gose like and DDD
website http://www.rhythmzone.net/koda/
Review

Well this is Koda kumi's 2 Best of album. All the songs are single that came out before the album so nothing is really new here. Lets start with the production on this album. The production is pretty good from start to finish there are not that many bad track production wise. Koda kumi is a pretty good singer for the most part. On some songs she can sound sexy and other songs she can sound like a child. She is always moving back and fourth from both styles. The music is a mix of JPOP and R&B/Dance tracks. This album has a lot of diffrent sounds but never falls of track like other albums that use many diffrent styles. There are a lot of great songs on the album from Feel, and Birthday eve to my personal favs Love gose like and Lies. Since it is a comp cd the running time is pretty long around 60 minutes. If you are a fan or want to find out what the big deal is, there is no reason you can't start with this album.


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