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FEEL (ALBUM+DVD)(Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3

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FEEL (ALBUM+DVD)(Taiwan Version)
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All Editions Rating: Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10 (3)

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Amuro Namie lights up the summer with her new album Feel. The album's 12 tracks range from simple piano and string ballads to powerful dance tracks. Other than brand new songs, Feel will include the single Big Boys Cry as well as the previously revealed Contrail and Can You Feel This Love, which was used as a theme song for Mezamashi TV.

This edition includes a DVD with six music videos.

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Product Title: FEEL (ALBUM+DVD)(Taiwan Version) FEEL (ALBUM+DVD)(台灣版) FEEL (ALBUM+DVD)(台湾版) FEEL (ALBUM+DVD)(台湾版) FEEL (ALBUM+DVD)(Taiwan Version)
Singer Name(s): Amuro Namie 安室奈美惠 安室奈美惠 安室奈美恵 아무로 나미에
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Release Date: 2013-07-19
Language: Japanese
Disc Format(s): CD
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Other Information: Album / CD+DVD
Package Weight: 260 (g)
Shipment Unit: 2 What is it?
Publisher: Avex Asia Limited
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1033668032

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日本時尚女王安室奈美惠2012年紀念出道20年,於5大巨蛋的巡迴演唱會成功舉行後,火速推出全新專輯「FEEL」!封面以簡約MONO Face Close Up拍攝, 以「掩眼睛」「掩耳朵」「掩嘴巴」為封面造型,帶出用心感受為題的「FEEL」!

03.Can You Feel This Love
04.Big Boys Cry
05.Hands On Me
08.La La La
09.Supernatural Love
10.Let Me Let You Go
12.Stardust In My Eyes

02.Big Boys Cry
03.Hands On Me
05.Let Me Let You Go
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Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10 (3)

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July 30, 2013

This customer review refers to FEEL (ALBUM+DVD)(Japan Version)
1 people found this review helpful

Don't look, Don't listen, Don't speak...just FEEL. Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
Before I start this review, I should say that I'm not a big fan of Namie Amuro. It's not as though I hate her or anything, it's just that I find tremendous problems when listening to her music. But enough of that now, we'll save that conversation for another day.

I was EXTREMELY impressed with this album. I didn't expect her to head in this type of direction with her music! It was so filled with so many unique, yet amazingly catchy tracks that it was practically oozing with perfection! I'm no dance lover, but this album made me a dancing frantic! \(^o^)/

The style within this album suited her very well. Each track stood out in their own way while effortlessly delivering a force to be reckon with. I wasn't expecting the album to be this good. I just love the creation she made for herself within these tracks! It literally reflected a concept that made album fun and exciting.

Although the album was processed very well, I did notice that Namie's vocals did tend to sound flat once in a while—especially when it came to her rapping parts. I mean, I'm not saying that's a bad thing! It's just...I probably would have enjoyed it a whole lot more if she added some creativity within those parts.

But despite that minor flaw, I think I can easily overlook that because of this album's uniqueness & originality. Nearly all of the tracks have intrigued me, but the ones that stood out the most were: "Alive" "Big Boys Cry" "Hands on Me" "Heaven" "Poison" "La La La" "Supernatural Love" "Let Me Let You Go" "Contrail" and finally, "Stardust In My Eyes".

Even though I'm not a big fan of hers, I still thought that this was an excellent album that thrived with a sense of purpose. The melodies themselves were so infectious that I could literally feel the beat transcending throughout my entire body. Very impressive, I might add. (●^o^●)

This album is in no way a disappointment. Each song is an absolute treasure. (◠ ‿ ◠)

Overall, a FANTASTIC add to your J-pop collection. ^^
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July 27, 2013

This customer review refers to Amuro Namie - FEEL (CD+DVD) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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Every Album Impresses Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
Simply put ; If you loved 'Uncontrollable' you will love 'FEEL' just as much.
The black and white album cover is subtle and understated as it is completely opposite to the punchy music. - which I personally love.
'FEEL' contains much of the genre mixing that fans have come to love. A fusion of R n'b and pop with a little dub step.
'Can You Feel This Love' seems to be the exception which is reminiscent of lively Japanese Pop.
At least half the songs on the album are fully in English which will no doubt boost her Western appeal.
I must commend her for taking the time to improve her English however , I prefer it when her songs are sung entirely in Japanese.
Overall , a fantastic album that will be music to the ears of any listener (pun intended).
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July 9, 2013

This customer review refers to FEEL (ALBUM+POSTER)(Japan Version)
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Electric. Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
Don't be fooled by the monochromatic mood of the album covers. "FEEL" delivers a series of electric, colourful dance/pop numbers, with one slow ballad for good measure.

FEEL is Namie's most internationally-appealing album to-date. It's evident she had the help of native English-speaking lyricists to pen a few of the tracks. The only drawback is her poor pronunciation of certain words (e.g. "weary" instead of "really") -- mistakes that are glaring instead of endearing, especially in a serious song like "Let Me Let You Go". She's definitely improving her English, but if she's serious about singing full-English songs, she needs to fine-tune her pronunciation.

This album is packed with gems. Each song is distinguishable from one another and can stand out on its own. A few of my favourites include: "Alive" -- poetic, dreamy, with a heavy electronic sound; "Hands On Me" -- energetic, full of life and that 'summer' feel; "La La La" -- a light-hearted feel-good track about love at first sight; "Supernatural Love" -- auto-tuned to perfection and packed with attitude; "Stardust In My Eyes" -- reminiscent of Owl City with its space-themed lyrics and euro pop synths.

I didn't think it was possible to top "Uncontrolled", but she manages to surprise me with every release. I wish her continued success, especially on the international level!
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