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Younha - Go! Younha (Japanese Language) (Korea Version)

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Younha - Go! Younha (Japanese Language) (Korea Version)

Customer Review of "Younha - Go! Younha (Japanese Language) (Korea Version)"

Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (2)
Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9.2 out of 10 (6)

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dorothyw201...
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September 5, 2010

I'm buying this even though I'm poor Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
I think that should explain how good she is. Listen to what the other guys said, they are right. Younha is wonderful, you will not regret buying this album. OK?
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Moon
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September 19, 2007

3 people found this review helpful

Not a raving review Customer Review Rated Bad 6 - 6 out of 10
Before anyone kills me, I am in love with Younha's voice. Her vocal talent, I think, is undisputed. Her voice is so clean and strong -- I fell in love with it when I first heard it. This album is a wonderful album in that she explores different genres of music but in the end, I found that most of the songs were really boring. I only bought the album for Houki Boshi and I find myself listening to only that song. I don't recommend this album to someone who wants something really catchy and fun because though Younha has a few songs that are pretty upbeat on this album, I've never found myself dying to listen to it. Overall, though, a good album for anyone who wants to hear what Younha is capable of.
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Lynne
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January 9, 2006

This customer review refers to Go ! Younha (Japan Version)
1 people found this review helpful

Only 17? Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
All I could say right now is wow. Younha comes out with an album that is equal in greatness to many hit albums (although in my opinion, this album greatly surpasses any album I've heard). She shows her versatility in the full on rock songs to her ballads. And she's only 17! My friend let me listen to this CD and I had no clue who she was. I was arguing with my friend that she is not 17, and this is definitely not her first album. She sings like she's been in the game for years. I'm not that great at making reviews, and I actually hate making them. But this album is insanely delicious to my ears and I can't help but to recommend it.
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Daniel
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January 6, 2006

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1 people found this review helpful

WoW Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
I just recieved the album yesterday and while listening to it, i thought wow.... this album is great considering how old she is! Pretty much the album contains 13 great tracks that you will enjoy listening to it everytime. Her voice is smooth yet powerful, hitting high to low notes that will blow yu away.
the album comes in a nice package and is contained in an outer box, there is also a small booklet containing pictures of younha.
i recommend this album to everyone.
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~vanessa.anne~
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October 12, 2005

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9 people found this review helpful

Worth Every Penny... Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
WOW. That is the first word that will come into anyone's mind the instant they place this CD into their player. Yunna is simply and plainly: PERFECT. Her voice is amazing. I know we all hear different things and make different comparisions, but I don't hear much of Aiko or the others (except Avril) the previous reviewer mentioned. To me, she sounds more like a cross of Ai Takaoka (especially on the full-fledged rock songs) and Kokia (especially on the ballads). Her voice is not as high as Kokia's, but she reminds me of her a bit. I mostly hear Ai Takaoka in Yunna though. But regardless...the point is she has a voice that is very, very appreciated. It's indescribable AND incomparible, actually. I absolutely could not believe her voice when I first heard it. It's THAT amazing. And it's tone, depth...all of it makes Yunna a rare gem. As for the songs: Track #1 is all rock and my favorite track of the entire disk. Perfection all the way. Track #2 has excellent piano and is a nice, if basic, pop song. Track #3 is a ballad, but the rythmn is absolutely wonderful. Track #4 is another ballad, but it's kept simple to focus on THAT VOICE. Truly, Yunna shines in this song. Track #5 has a delightful guitar and the whole song is rich, lush and elegant in feeling. Track #6 is a bit R&B with some bubble-gum pop elements. It's very bouncy and probably the track that least fits the "style" of the CD. Track #7 is another pure rock song and my second favorite of this release (do you see the trend...I think her rock is top-notch and her best genre for her powerhouse vocals). Track #8 is a pop ballad that reminds me a bit of American 80s pop music in style. Track #9 is a catchy and fun pop tune that will have everyone wanting to sing along (assumming you know Japanese...which I unfortunately don't). Track #10 showcases an amazing guitar and some unusual beats that really work well with Yunna's vocals and her ability to change pitch at will. Track #11 features a strong piano and chorus of other singers, and while it is up-tempo and a bit different...it's still general pop. Track #12 has a low-key and mellow piano with a lovely, ethereal arrangement that allows Yunna's vocals to be the show-stopper on this song. Track #13 is another full-fledged rock song that in keeping with my preference for Yunna singing rock is my third favorite song on this CD. But, to make a long story longer: buy this release. You will NOT be dissapointed. And whether you think she sounds more the people the first reviewer described, or the people I described, the main thing I hope you get out of BOTH our reviews is the sheer brilliance of Yunna and the joy of her voice. This CD is an absolute delight and one that I really don't think anyone should let go by without purchasing. Seriously. It's THAT good. And Yunna is THAT awe-inspiring.
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October 7, 2005

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4 people found this review helpful

An Excellent Debut Album! Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9 out of 10
Yunna both stuns me and makes me think, "Well, of course it's this good!" when I hear this well-made album. The upbeat ballads, funky remake songs, adorable rhythms, and overall spunk put into this album make it not only a perfect debut album, but good competition for other top female Soft Pop/Pop Rock artists out in Japan (aiko, Ueto Aya, Okuda Miwako, Nakanomori BAND, Sonin, etc.). What makes Yunna so amazing is that her vocals are uncomparable with anyone in her age group or genre! While Nakashima Mika is a POWERHOUSE of vocals in Jazz and Ballads, Yunna is a POWERHOUSE of vocals in Pop/Pop Rock. If you enjoy Ueto Aya's rhythms, but not the weak vocals, then Yunna is for you. If you dig Nakanomori BAND, you'll definitely dig Yunna. Every single song on this album has its merits--that's why nearly HALF OF THIS ALBUM was able to do so well as singles alone! Her famous "Yubikiri" in this Japanese version that appeared originally in the great drama, "Tokyo Wankei," is as touching as ever both lyrically and vocally. Instrumentally, "02. Motto futari de" is not only as cute as any aiko song out there, too--but with Yunna's special touch. With rockout tracks like "06. Himawari", "09. Ashita, Tenki ni naare" and "03. Orange no Hatsukoi", Yunna could very well be a mix of Canadian Avril Lavigne, American Kelly Clarkson, Chinese Stefanie Sun, and Japanese aiko. This album has everything, even a bit of soul on track 11, "Negai wa Hitotsu"!!!
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