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I used to randomly download Japanese songs but I haven’t been doing that for a long time. So other than the artists that I listen to I haven’t been discovering new artist. Somehow the other day I was browsing the usual jpop music site I go to and found this album for download. The cover wasn’t very appealing to me nor that I know this artist but I read the uploader’s comment and thought I should try it out since it’s hip hop and R’n’B genre.

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After a 3 month debut SHINee has received their new comer award which confirmed their popularity. On August 28th their album The SHINee World has finally released. After listening to their debut song “Noona, You’re So Pretty” I’ve been waiting for their album to be release.

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I finally got my Seventh Ave album, I was waiting to get more things from Yesasia so that I can get the free shipping. The album arrived in front of my door yesterday while I’m at school. Not much things to say on the album as I’ve done a review on it already, so I’m just gonna talk about the DVD.

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Finally it’s been released although I haven’t brought it yet but once I see the oversea version out I’m gonna buy it so right now I’m just gonna listen to the downloaded version. After listening to TOKYO (track 4) I’ve been craving for more of their new songs in this album.

Track 1. Spinning Around – A fast high beat song, it’s alright but there’s so much “You got me” which was a bit annoying at the end.

Track 2. RELOADED – When the music started I thought it’s alright and when Keita started singing I thought it was horrible. This song like a bit pop rockish song.

Track 3. Hello – The melody of this song is pretty nice, this is a ballad song. The song is pretty nice, I guess Keita’s voice sounds better for ballads now.

Track 4. TOKYO – I think I already explained how much I love this song in the TOKYO PV post. So I don’t want to repeat the same thing.

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