Zutto Suki de Iidesuka (Normal Edition)(Japan Version)
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YesAsia Editorial Description
On her teasing first '05 single Matsuura Aya asks the romantic question: Zutto Suki Iidesuka "May I love you forever?" Keeping you in a trance once again with her unique mellow vocals, Aya's latest smash tune was composed by Imai Chihiro (from the popular band Something Else) with lyrics by incomparable hit generator Tsunku and promises to sweep you off your feet right away.
|Product Title:||Zutto Suki de Iidesuka (Normal Edition)(Japan Version) Zutto Suki de Iidesuka (普通版)(日本版) Zutto Suki de Iidesuka (普通版)(日本版) ずっと 好きでいいですか (通常盤)(日本版) Zutto Suki de Iidesuka (Normal Edition)(Japan Version)|
|Singer Name(s):||Matsuura Aya 松浦亞彌 松浦亚弥 松浦亜弥 Matsuura Aya|
|Publisher Product Code:||EPCE-5354|
|Package Weight:||100 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1003947226|
Product Information / Track List
03. ずっと 好きでいいですか（Instrumental）
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Customer Review of "Zutto Suki de Iidesuka (Normal Edition)(Japan Version)"
Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: (5)
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October 12, 2005
Only an Aya hater, a very jealous person or someone who's deaf would give one star for this single.
If you're into the Aya music style (catchy pop) then this will not disappoint.
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April 26, 2005
Yes I agree, don't listen to the first reviewer, if he doesn't like Aya's voice then he probably won't like any Female Japanese singers. Her voice is beautiful in my opinion, and for as a idol singer I think she has already accomplished what many others couldn't.
If you like Aya Matsuura's songs you will like this one as well.
April 10, 2005
|Do not listen to the previous reviewer. Some people are not very objective towards Hello! Project. You must keep in mind, the artists are idols, not top-class singers. With that in mind, I consider Aya a very good vocalist - one of the best in Hello! Project. Her vocals in this single are sweeping and calming, and the music is calming. The b-side, Yume, is jazzy and shows off Matsuura's vocal talents. Make your own judgements on this single, but I say it's wonderful!|
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March 2, 2005
This customer review refers to Zutto Suki de Iidesuka (with 5 photo cards)(Limited Edition)(Japan Version)
|I want to be the first one to say, Im quite disappointed by only one thing from this single. That is, that its Ayas fifth to be release, which I personally think is a bit too much, because it means if her new album contains a lot of singles, it will in fact, have a small number of new songs. But with that small pint of negativity out of the way, I just want to say this single is terrific! Zutto suki de ii desu ka was sung very wonderfully in my personal opinion, it shows not only how easily Aya can control her voice, but it also shows that she can surpass her normal potential. Most fans, have also noticed that Aya has matured, mainly based on her current singles. Which I must agree with; is true. This is not a bad thing though, Ayas voice, talents, looks, and overall style is always amazing and surprising as always. After watching plenty of live shows of this song, I must say, it sometimes seems really easy for Aya to sing. Which brings me to my next point; shes improved. Many will notice this also if they have seen her past concerts/tours. Zutto suki de ii desu ka is coupled with a song called Yume, which is really jazzy and at some point after listening to it, can be really catchy. For some reason I get the same feelings as I did with her song Yokohama Sing a Song, which also had a quite similar feel. Lastly, like always, the third track is an instrumental version of the singles main song, Zutto suki de ii desu ka. I suggest this to all Aya fans. I know some may be disappointed that it seems her fast pace songs are decreasing, but Ayas spark shows that shes capable of singing songs more beautifully in the future. I'm sure she will.|
February 26, 2005
|This song is awful. Aya's voice sounds strained and whiny, and like most of her songs they are boring and stupid. She is really quite untalented and with her voice she should blow a balloon up, her voice sounds like it has so much helium. Go like some other H!P artist, one that doesn't sound 12.|