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EVE vol. 6 - Welcome to Planet Eve

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EVE vol. 6 - Welcome to Planet Eve

Customer Review of "EVE vol. 6 - Welcome to Planet Eve"

Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10 (7)

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October 25, 2007

Favorite EVE album to date Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
I'm lucky enough to posess a genuine copy of this CD and I couldn't be happier with it. EVE has been my favorite band forever, but this has to be my favorite CD. This CD contains a lot more edgy, dark songs than previous recordings, but they're still sincere and beautiful. Kim Se Heon does it again with his voice, managing track after track of captivating vocals from the dark, grungy Vampire to the endearing One and hauntingly beautiful Ghost School. The other members of the 5-member EVE all throw in masterful recordings of guitar, bass, drums and keyboard to make a truly masterful recording.
I really love Jung Yu Hwa and Ha Se Bin on guitar, together the two of them display great musicianship and quite a lot of talent together to make killer guitar regardless of whose playing..
Choi Min Chang's drumming is fantastic and he can switch from a gentle back rhythym to a full-frontal solo-esque type without any trouble.
Kim Seung Ju does well on bass and you can tell that without him all tracks would be severely lacking, so its great he's there.
Together all five members have put together a phenomenal album that's worth tracking down, purchasing and listening to time and time again.
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Anonymous

April 7, 2004

1 people found this review helpful

The gods of K-rock always! EVE!!!! Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
Over the years, EVE has never failed to capture the hearts of the public with their mezmerizing music. Although the band's original members, Gorilla, Kim Gun, and Park Woong no longer play, it doesn't mean that they have lost any of their talent. If anything, they've just gotten better. With four new members and the charismatic Kim Se Heon continuing his position as vocalist, EVE has unleashed this beautiful and captivating new album, packed with a variety of elements and hard-core rock! The songs range from exuberant, dark types like "Vampire", to the more sincere and emotional types such as "Hotel". All are genuine, and I guarantee that you'll never want to put this album aside. EVE is here to stay, and they're not finished yet!!!
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Anonymous

April 4, 2004

I LOVE this album!!!! Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
I've had to make 2 extra copies of it for myself, and then 4 copies to give to my friends cause they heard it and loved it. KSH voice is absolutely amazing. One of my japanese friends favorite band is Luna Sea...and I've heard the vocalist of this band, KSH sounds like the vocalist of Luna Sea, but better...his voice sounds slightly more sexy to me...more soothing...and elegant. its hard to describe..Anyways, the songs are great. I especially liek the songs vampire, ghost school, hotel, one, darling...etc.
I love this CD.
GET it along with Jaurim and Roller Coaster!!!!
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Anonymous

December 16, 2003

one of the most buy collection Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
one of the most buy collection
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Anonymous

December 2, 2003

Eve Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
the ghost school is my favorite in this album.
hate to say this again but this is a MUST BUY!!!
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Anonymous

November 16, 2003

Wow!!! Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
Kim Se Heon, vocals, founded an independent label "Planet Eve" as he and other new band members released this new 6th album, "Welcome to Planet Eve." The title song "Ghost School", written by Jung U. Hwa, guitars, is gloomy, but yet it's a hard/heavy rock style music. Gorilla, ex-producer, contributed a song, "Darling"(rock-ballads), for this album.
It's always a pleasure to listen to Eve's music and to feel their passion for music! I loved this album!!!
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Anonymous

November 3, 2003

Masterpiece. Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
This album is definitely excellent, even better than what I had expected. I highly recommend it. The new members have integrated well with Kim SeHeon and this album is its proof. I feel sad about the fact that EVE is no longer formed by the people that made me first love them, but I'm glad they didn't "completely" break up.

All the tracks are awesome, I've yet to find a song I don't like. The style is slightly different from their former one [from their 1st album to their 4th one] and definitely far from their 5th album - but still GREAT.

Kim SeHeon is the best.
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