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YounHa Vol. 2 - Someday
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Get a load of what Younha has in store for her fans in her latest album Someday. The talented young beauty has lined up a stellar list of guest artists including Tablo of Epik High, singer/songwriter Cho Kyu Chan, jazz pianist Song Young Joo, producer Hwang Chan Hee, and a number of renowned sessionists from the US. Also, the singer adds more depth and colors to her trademark vocals by branching out of her usual pop balladic sounds and exposing herself to a wide variety of genres such as modern rock, progressive rock, rock ballad, electronica, and jazz. Some of the best highlights of the album include the upbeat pop number Telepathy (Track 3), the fast-paced rock Hero (Track 1), and the dazzling jazz number Bitsori ("The Sound of Rain" - Track 7) which features a delicious concoction of Younha's captivating vocals and smooth piano performed by pianist Song Young Joo. Younha also pitched in her songwriting skills in the touching ballad Miwuhhada ("Hating" - Track 11) and For Catharina (Track 10). Also look for Tablo's sensational rap contribution in the electronica dance Gi uk ("Memory" - Track 5).
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Product Title: YounHa Vol. 2 - Someday YounHa Vol. 2 - Someday YounHa Vol. 2 - Someday ユンナ 2集 - Someday 윤하 2집 - Someday
Singer Name(s): Younha Younha Younha ユンナ 윤하
Release Date: 2008-09-01
Language: Korean
Disc Format(s): CD
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
Publisher: Loen Entertainment
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1011776213

Product Information / Track List

01 . Hero
02 . Someday
03 . 텔레파시
04 . Strawberry Days
05 . 기억(feat.타블로)- Rap Mix
06 . Rain & The Bar
07 . 빗소리
08 . Rainbow
09 . Best Friend
10 . For Catharina
11 . 미워하다
12 . Gossip Boy
13 . 울지마요
14 . 기억 - Original Mix
15 . My Song and...
16 . 텔레파시 (Instrumental)
17 . 미워하다 (Instrumental)

가요계 초대형 블록버스터 윤하 2집 [Someday]
최고 퀄리티의 사운드 위해 현존하는 한국, 미국 최고의 세션맨 참여
팝 발라드, 재즈, 모던 록, 일렉트로니카 등 놀라운 음악적 성장 선보여
1집 [고백하기 좋은날]에서 전곡이 모두 타이틀이라는 평을 들을 정도로 높은 음악적 완성도를 보여주었던 윤하가 2집 [Someday]를 들고 돌아왔다. 더욱 탄탄해지고 세련되어진 사운드와 한층 더 성숙해진 감수성이 앨범 전체에 흐르는 이번 2집은 윤하의 트레이드 마크인 맑고 청아한 보컬, 고혹적인 분위기의 보컬 등 더욱 깊어지고 다양해진 음색과 가창력을 음미할 수 있는 앨범. 이번 앨범을 통해 팝 발라드, 모던 록, 프로그레시브 록, 록 발라드, 일렉트로니카, 재즈 등 다양한 장르를 선보이는 등 눈에 띄게 업그레이드 된 윤하의 음악적 성장은 2집을 기다려온 팬들은 물론, ‘빤한’ 음악에 지친 음악 팬들의 목마름을 단 번에 해소시켜줄 것이다.

황찬희, 재즈 피아니스트 송영주, 에픽하이 타블로, 조규찬, 등 최고의 뮤지션들과 만나 탄생된 완성도 높은 음반
국내 최고 퀄리티의 사운드를 만들어내기 위해 프로듀서 황찬희를 주축으로 에픽하이의 타블로, 싱어송 라이터 조규찬, 재즈피아니스트 송영주 등이 이 앨범에 참여했고 미국의 유명 세션맨들은 물론 한국 최고의 세션맨을 투입, 사운드의 완성도를 높였다.

다양한 장르 속에 윤하만의 색깔을 덧입힌 스테디셀러로의 두 번째 걸음
2집에는 경쾌한 사운드와 다양한 패턴을 통해 음악성과 대중성을 동시에 지닌 [텔레파시], 웅장한 현악 오케스트라, 긴장감 넘칠 정도로 빠른 록 사운드가 매력적인 [Hero]와 [Someday], 풍부해진 감수성과 완성도를 보여주는 자작 발라드 [미워하다], 재즈피아니스트 송영주와 윤하의 보컬이 결합한 재즈곡 [빗소리], 윤하의 애잔한 보컬이 일렉트로니카 사운드에 덧입혀진 [기억] 등 17곡이 수록되어 있다. 특히 [For Catharina]는 윤하가 직접 작곡하여 연주까지 맡은 곡. 이번 앨범은 음반 시장 침체로 정규 앨범이 사라지거나 적은 제작비를 들여 앨범을 만들고 있는 현 추세와는 달리 많은 노력과 제작비 등을 동원해 만든 가요계의 초대형 블록버스터이자, 소장 가치가 충분히 있는 스테디셀러로 많은 기대를 얻고 있다.
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Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10 (6)

ChoSoo
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November 10, 2008

1 people found this review helpful

Stronger than ever!? Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
Younha has been silent for a while but now she is back..and what a comeback!!
The album is mixed with ballads and up-tempo songs. Various songs and styles but they all fit Younha's voice and style. She has really became an icon among the young generation in Korea!
As for me my fave songs are Gossip boy, Someday, Telepathy and Best Friend. ie. Someday, it's a rocky and cool song that really got stuck in my head! and still are.
However also Hero, Bitsori, Strawberry days and My song and... are also good tracks.
I was surprised that she sang My song and.. in English! You know how it can sound a bit konglish so to say but it doesnt..it sounds great! it really shows that Younha are here to stay and that we can expect more from her!
This album, at leat for me, beats the other albums she has released, both in Japan and Korea.
This album since its release has been playing over and over on my cd player!!
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Paul
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October 8, 2008

1 people found this review helpful

Mature and Constant Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
I thought the album was brand new and a defining way for people to hear Younha's maturity. I loved the tracks Someday and Telepathy. You won't be disappointed with the purchase of this great album. The amount of new styles in the album is heard in the first half of the album. I highly recommend this album and you will be satisfied.
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musiquecaholic
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September 23, 2008

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ADDICTIVE! Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
I know i just added a review, but i really have to comment something else on Younha's album- Someday. IT IS ADDICTIVE!! It has gotten me listening to it again and again, PLUS, "Strumming to the guitars, Beating to the drums, and Playing the piano" Not actually doing it of course but the actions of it! Just listening to the songs, i can't help but do it! Its really Addictive and Solid!
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musiquecaholic
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September 14, 2008

1 people found this review helpful

YOUNHA ROCK THE HOUSE!! Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
When i first heard this album, my first thought was : "Yea! Younha Rock The House!! Bring Down The House Girl!!" As many other reviewers will agree, this is indeed a solid album! So i'm not gona convince you on that because you'll know once you've listened to it. I've always liked younha for her great vocals and that she is multi-talented. I was very surprised on Track 15- My Song and... in which Younha sang in english. I would have to say, she did a good job as i understood every word and it is rare considering she wasn't brought up or didn't go to a English speaking enviroment to study. I enjoyed the whole album and would highly recommend this! ! Younha, You go girl!
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Alex
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September 7, 2008

3 people found this review helpful

a solid second album~! Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
Younha’s second album is a great effort: it features, of course, her standard pop-rock sound, along with a bunch of ballads and rock-inspired songs. I personally enjoyed Gossip Boy and Telepathy largely, both fun, energetic pop-rock songs with infectious melodies. Best Friend also follows a similar vein and is also pulled off well with an adorable piano solo, as does My Song and…, which is entirely in English with barely an accent.

There are also rock songs, like Hero and Someday, both of which are energetic but a little typical at times, though it’s compensated for thanks to Younha’s vocals. There are a number of slower tracks; some are slow, but not ballads, like Track 2’s Memory (which features Tablo’s excellent rapping; the pair work really well together) and Rainbow (a more acoustic-like sound; more soft rock than pop-rock). Others are simple ballads, like Track 7 (Sound of Rain), Strawberry Days, and Track 11 (It Hates). The ballads are in a row (including For Catharina, a piano solo), which can seem a little boring after awhile, though Track 11 is saved thanks to the addition of an electric guitar halfway through the song. My Song and… cuts off the ballads for a few minutes, though Track 13 is yet another ballad. The ‘last’ song (aside from instrumentals) is a different version of Track 2 without Tablo; I personally preferred it with his rapping.

Overall, this album was solid, much like her previous one. It’s certainly a fresh breath in the music scene; Younha’s sound is a unique one in the Korean pop scene thanks to her versatile, strong, and genuine voice. I think the tracks could have been better arranged – I was getting bored of so many ballads in a row, and rock songs tend to lose their punch when you hear so many of them in a row (as in the beginning) – though at least Best Friend was thrown in the middle of some ballads to prevent too many slow songs in a row. Still, Younha is versatile, and there seems to be a song for any mood or occasion.

The main highlight of course is Younha’s voice; the songs (if Younha didn’t have her amazing voice) could’ve been rather bland. None of the tracks really stood out to me the way Password 486 did on first listen, but if you like Younha, or female pop-rock vocalists who can really sing, then this is a nice album to try out; I certainly don't regret getting it.
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