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Shoujo Robot (Overseas Ver.)

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Shoujo Robot (Overseas Ver.)

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Product Title: Shoujo Robot (Overseas Ver.) 機器少女 (海外版) 机器少女 (海外版) Shoujo Robot (Overseas Ver.) Shoujo Robot (Overseas Ver.)
Singer Name(s): Tomosaka Rie 友阪理惠 友阪理惠 ともさかりえ Tomosaka Rie
Release Date: 2000-07-01
Language: Japanese
Country of Origin: Japan
Disc Format(s): CD
Other Information: Single
Package Weight: 70 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
Publisher: EMI (TW)
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1000021004

Customer Review of "Shoujo Robot (Overseas Ver.)"

Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10 (1)

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September 30, 2001

22060 Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
This is an excellent single from Rie Tomosaka, especially since this kind of music, rock, is clearly different from her earlier work. This single contains three tracks, which are all produced by, for those of you who are familiar with her, the one and only Shena Ringo. She's even the one who plays the piano for each track! Each of the songs are totally different from one another, which is a real treat considering it's just a single. The first track is called "Syoujyo Robot." This is a great song; it starts out hard and fast, and it maintains that beat throughout like it demands your attention, so don't skip this song. This makes for a perfect first track. The second track is called "ikenai ko." This one is by far the best one on this cd. It is also a fast song, but not so much as the first track. It starts out calm, but when it gets to the chorus, it speeds up. It has a great beat which you can move to, making this track practically incapable of getting worn out. The third track is called "Nihon ni umarete." Unlike the first two tracks, this one is calm and has a melancholy tune. You can really sense and feel the sadness in Rie's voice. Somewhere in the middle of the song, the beat speeds up for a while as if to accentuate the emotions, but returns to the former beat. That was a nice touch for this song. Despite this song's melancholy sound, it is equally as good as the others. All these songs make up THE perfect single, and they show how talented and versatile this artist/actress is. With that said, I hightly recommend this single ... to be played over and over again.
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