Two As One (Japan Version)
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YesAsia Editorial Description
To please their fans with a very special song, they have teamed up with such talents as the composer of Misia's smash song Everything, and H.U.B. who penned the '05 blockbuster single "Falling in love" as well as top producer Akira (BoA, Ken Hirai). With so much fantastic back-up Chemistry + Crystal's Two As One is sure to touch the hearts of J-pop music lovers far and wide!
|Product Title:||Two As One (Japan Version) Two As One (日本版) Two As One (日本版) Two As One (日本版) Two As One (Japan Version)|
|Singer Name(s):||Crystal Kay | CHEMISTRY 凱兒 克莉絲朵 | CHEMISTRY 凯儿 克莉丝朵 | CHEMISTRY Ｃｒｙｓｔａｌ Ｋａｙ | ＣＨＥＭＩＳＴＲＹ Crystal Kay | CHEMISTRY|
|Publisher Product Code:||ESCL-2710|
|Package Weight:||100 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1004049573|
Product Information / Track List
03. MY EVERYTHING(English Version)
04. Two As One(Instrumental)
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Customer Review of "Two As One (Japan Version)"
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October 12, 2005
Two As One is a great song simply because Kuri and the guys go very well together I think. But for me it's even better because of the melody. A lot of people thought it was a stupid melody that sounded simple, but ever since I heard it on the Toyota Wish commercial I was hooked on the easy-going yet strangely addictive jazz tune of this song.
Namida ga Afuretemo is a very sweet ballad. Lyrics are simple but love songs don't have to be difficult. At first I didn't like it, but then I sat down and really listened to it when I was relaxing, and now I sing it all the time because it's stuck in my head.
The english version of MY EVERYTHING wasn't really needed, but I guess there are fans of Kuri's english stuff out there. I'm just not one of them. I think she sounds great in Japanese, but boring in English.
All in all, another great single from Kuri.
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October 10, 2005
|i LOVE this single! It's amazing! Crystal hits all her high notes perfectly and the CHEMISTRY boys fit in perfectly! She looks beautiful in the PV and we crystal fans couldnt ask for more! The PV leaves us wanting more with a "to be continued..." at the end! we can;t wait for more crystal! don't keep us waiting!|
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October 7, 2005
Even with Two as One...a bit disappointing
I usually like a lot of stuff Crystal Kay puts out, even if it is typical JPOP banter...but this is just boring. You get caught up in Chemistry and Crystal Kay's names, but then you realize that the vocals aren't anything amazing. What makes it worse is that the background music is SO hackneyed and played-out that it makes it harder to differentiate from anything that's come out before.
I will give it to them that they tried to add more 'soul' to it than some of her recent singles (especially "Koi ni Ochitara")...but I think it fell short.
Namida ga afuretemo is better (The 2nd track), but her voice seems a little weak and too high. Or maybe that's just how CK sings, and I'm just now realizing it. It'd be nicer, I think, if MISIA had sung these two songs...