i / flancy (Limited Edition)(Japan Version)
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YesAsia Editorial Description
This version also includes a bonus CD which contains the live version of "Lifes like a love song" that was recorded during her summer tour this year at Osaka Banpaku Kinen Koen in July. Also, this version includes an interactive bonus where you can visit her website and check out Yaiko even more! Be sure to pick up your copy now at YesAsia.com!
|Product Title:||i / flancy (Limited Edition)(Japan Version) i / flancy (初回限定版) (日本版) i / flancy (初回限定版) (日本版) i／flancy (初回限定盤)(日本版) i / flancy (Limited Edition)(Japan Version)|
|Singer Name(s):||Yaida Hitomi 矢井田瞳 矢井田瞳 矢井田瞳 Yaida Hitomi|
|Publisher Product Code:||TOCT-24888|
|Other Information:||Album + Single|
|Package Weight:||150 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|Publisher:||Toshiba EMI (JP)|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1001845101|
Product Information / Track List
04. Ring my bell
06. Change your mind
07. Dizzy dive
09. i can fly
10. i really want to understand you
Bonus 8cm CD（完全初回限定）
01. Life's Like A Love Song
(Live version 〜2002. 夏. 大阪〜）
(日本版/ Japan Version)
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Customer Review of "i / flancy (Limited Edition)(Japan Version)"
July 23, 2005
|I don't care what other people think, I really like this album and it has a great sound to it. I must agree though, it's not as good as her other's, but I think it'll pass as one of my favorites. The best song I'd probably perfer is Andante. It's the best!!|
November 3, 2002
well im new to her stuff.
but after listening some samples of 8 songs
i can say it sounds really good
japanese girl singer with guitar
i really love that!
i defintlly will have to get her first 2 cd,s
See all my reviews
October 28, 2002
After listening to this album a couple of times, I've noticed that the greatest weakness of this i/flancy is that the tracks do not flow as smoothly like in Yaiko's first two albums. The most awkward part of the album is when it went from a track that was fast and energetic (ANDANTE) to something slow and happy (Ring My Bell). It does this again in niji no DRIVE (track 5) to Change your mind. Compared the flow from Buzzstyle to Look Back Again and Not Still Over in Candlize or B'coz I Love You to Your Kiss and then My Sweet Darlin' in daiya-monde, i/flancy just can't compete. Another problem with this album is that Yaiko's new songs don't really grab your attention; you'll hear the song, but it's not as distracting as any of her older ones, which could be a good or bad thing, depending on your preference; who didn't feel like jumping around and saying, "Go look back again" or "darlin, darlin" every time Yaiko said it?
So why am I still giving this a high score? Well, the first reason is that all of her new songs still sound good, even though they're not well-placed in the album. You'll freak out (if not laugh, maybe do both) the first time you hear Creamed Potatoes, appreciate the fact that Yaiko can make a very good five-minute song in i can fly, and feel a sense of tranquility (and then accidentally pass out) from listening to i really want to understand you. Then there's Ring My Bell and ANDANTE for those who didn't want to pick up the single versions...
And, since this limited version has a pretty good CD-Extra (+1 point to rating), I "flancy" this one more than the non-limited version.
October 28, 2002
|I don't think this is a very good album for a Hitomi Yaida album. Her first two albums were amazing with a really unique sound to them, but this is pretty bland for her standard. I would definately recommend her first two albums Candlize and Daiya-Monde before this one.|
October 27, 2002
|I give it an 8... Which on my standard is VERY GOOD but not perfect. Yaida Hitomi has a unique voice, which sounds like Alanis Morisette in a way. Yaida Hitomi is a hardworking and independent artist who writes her OWN lyrics and songs...now that's RARE! Her songs are full of uniqueness in that they fit into another "genre" indescribable to name. Her fans call her "Yaiko." You won't be disappointed with Yaiko's sense of music! If you like Yaida Hitomi, you'll enjoy "THE ELEPHANT KASHIMASHI" of jpop.... they are a weezer/led zepplin/beatles sort of rock group.|