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GRATITUDE (CD + bonus CD)(Japan Version)

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GRATITUDE (CD + bonus CD)(Japan Version)
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Customer Rating: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (2)

YesAsia Editorial Description

Lisa's Double music treat!

Fans have been longing for more of her tasty J-pop tunes ever since her 2003 release "Juicy Music" and now the star is back to show her "Gratitude" with a special 2-CD combo. The first disc offers you the latest Lisa hits including "I am Pop", "So Beautiful" and "Peace in Love", while disc number two sends you captivating cover versions of Madonna's "Lucky Star" and Cyndi Lauper's "Time after Time" plus more!

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Product Title: GRATITUDE (CD + bonus CD)(Japan Version) GRATITUDE (CD + bonus CD)(日本版) GRATITUDE (CD + bonus CD)(日本版) GRATITUDE (CD+ボーナスCD)(日本版) GRATITUDE (CD + bonus CD)(Japan Version)
Release Date: 2004-06-30
Publisher Product Code: RZCD-45132
Language: Japanese
Disc Format(s): CD, Copy-Protected CD
Other Information: Album / 2CDs
Package Weight: 200 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
Publisher: rhythm zone
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1003314575

Product Information / Track List


2003年4月発表の『JUICY MUSIC』に続くアルバム。マドンナ「LUCKY STAR」、長渕剛「とんぼ」他のカヴァーを6曲収録したボーナスCD付き。


01. Opening act : The calling
02. i am pop feat. LISA LION
03. SWITCH feat. 倖田來未 & Heartsdales
04. So Beautiful
05. Remember me
06. Peace in Love
07. believe, believe
09. Interlude : How did it move you?
10. 永遠
11. My Dearest
12. Gracias a Dios
13. Gratilude : Ending act : Thank you

DISC 2 (Bonus CD):
01. 午前3時のオプ (3.A.M. OP)
02. LUCKY STAR (performed by GTS+LISA)
03. とんぼ feat. HOME GROWN
04. Time After Time
05. Why do fools fall in love

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Customer Review of "GRATITUDE (CD + bonus CD)(Japan Version)"

Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (2)

Andrew Martinez
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December 9, 2005

A Great Fololow-Up Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9 out of 10
This album is a great follow-up to Juicy Music. I liked Juicky Music, Lisa's first full album after she split from M-Flo, a little bit more, but this one was still pretty awesome. Lisa showed a lot of different styles on this album just as she did on Juicy Music. Even on the very first track, she starts to meld reggae with pop, and by the end of the album does a tribute to good old Merengue. These tracks where she was exploring styles other than pop are some of the better tracks on this album. One style that I really liked is her ska style on Peace In Love, which is something she explored on Juicy Music, and I'm glad she came back to. The track Eien is a really moving ballad that really reminds me of the style of Mellisa Etheridge, but with Lisa's smoother voice. And, of course, there's the track Switch, featuring Koda Kumi and Heartsdales. I've loved this track since I heard it on the Best of Rhythmzone CD; if you haven't heard it yet, you really should try to get your hands on it. It's not only packed with star-power, but it's an overall great song, with a powerful beat and melody that will have you boppin'. What makes this album even greater is the bonus disc, which is in no way just an afterthought. The songs on it are awesome, especially the covers. My favorite here had to be the cover of Lucky Star, featuring GTS. She's breathed a new life into some pretty classic songs, even managing to work her reggae into one of them again. Of course, the two original tracks are just as good as any of the tracks on the main album. In all, I've really loved this album, both just for sitting back and enjoying, and also for rockin' out and boppin' when I want to really get into the music.
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July 2, 2004

Very good, but not great Customer Review Rated Bad 7 - 7 out of 10
First of all, I must say that I had very high expectations for this album. Some of these have been met. But most haven't. In terms of the positives, Lisa has definitely matured in her lyrics and overall mucial arrangements. Again, she's showing all of Japan that she's one of the most versatile artists, even adding alt-rocker to her bevy of talents. As usual, her voice is unique and she displays great vocal range. Now to the negatives: None of these songs have the dynamic catchy hooks that characterized her best songs on the last album. In fact, while most of these songs are technically adept and polished, they would not be considered "pop hits" with any other artist, except for LISA. Her reputation will make this album a top-seller, not necessarily on the strength of any 1 song. Be warned. THERE ARE NO OUTSTANDING TRACKS ON THIS ALBUM. Just several good ones. Another thing that bothers me is her "raggae rapping." (LISA LION? Gimme a break.) It does not fit well with the songs she incorporated them into (especially 'Why Do Fools Fall In Love'). And while she isn't necessarily bad, those songs would flow better if she just dropped it. Lastly, she should stay away from the "Carribean/Jamaican music" she apparently likes. Again, this type of music doesn't mesh very well with her voice. Overall, while GRATITUDE is a very solid 2nd album, if she concentrated on a couple of styles, instead of doing every style out there, this album would've been great. - Incidentally, how great would it have been if LISA sang on m-flo's "MISS YOU" and not melody. That was a perfect song for her voice.
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