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Jam Hsiao (Singer)
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Jam Hsiao (Deluxe Edition) (2CD+2DVD)
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Deluxe Edition of Jam Hsiao is limited to 10,000 copies and comes with special features including:

  • Main CD with sleeve cover art by Jam Hsiao
  • Special out-of-print music video featuring five complete music videos and exclusive video footage of Jam Hsiao's career so far
  • Worlwide premier of the collector's song Thank You!!
  • CD plus DVD featuring live footage from Jam Hsiao's premier outdoor new song promotion performance at Taipei's fishermen pier on July 6. Among the recorded tracks are not only Jam's live recordings, but also special collaboration songs with guest singers Vivian Hsu and Khalil Fong.

    Jam Hsiao discovered his passion for music when he was around fifteen. At the time he started experimenting with the jazz drum which he mastered two years later. Afterwards, Hsiao taught himself how to play the keyboard and became a pub singer at the age of eighteen. He skyrocketed to fame in 2007 after he appeared as a challenger on Taiwan's popular singing competition program One Million Star and went head to head against Aska Yang. A natural music talent with a superb sense of melody and rhythm, Jam's music repertoire includes everything from pop and rock to R&B and jazz. Now he makes his official debut with his highly anticipated self-titled full-length album.

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    Product Title: Jam Hsiao (Deluxe Edition) (2CD+2DVD) 蕭敬騰 同名專輯 (終極收藏版) (2CD+2DVD) 萧敬腾 同名专辑 (终极收藏版) (2CD+2DVD) 蕭敬騰 同名專輯 (終極收藏版) (2CD+2DVD) Jam Hsiao (Deluxe Edition) (2CD+2DVD)
    Singer Name(s): Jam Hsiao (Singer) 蕭敬騰 (Singer) 萧敬腾 (Singer) 蕭敬騰 (ジャム・シャオ) (Singer) Jam Hsiao (Singer)
    Region Code: All Region What is it?
    Release Date: 2008-10-02
    Language: Mandarin
    Country of Origin: Taiwan
    Disc Format(s): CD
    Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
    Other Information: 2CDs + 2DVDs
    Package Weight: 830 (g)
    Shipment Unit: 5 What is it?
    Publisher: Warner Music Taiwan
    YesAsia Catalog No.: 1012020965

    Product Information / Track List

    終極超值珍藏~ 2CD+2DVD 終極精裝,8大收藏 特別感謝

    2/.蕭敬騰自拍合影感謝卡 x 1 封入(簽名活動專屬署名)
    *完整收錄:「收藏」「王子的新衣」「原諒我」「奮不顧身」「Blues (Vampire ver.)」5首Music Video
    *感謝收藏!蕭敬騰自彈自唱「Thank You!!」影片全球首度曝光
    7/.新歌發表會Live CD
    8/.新歌發表會Live DVD


    01. 收藏
    02. 王子的新衣
    03. 原諒我
    04. 奮不顧身
    05. 疼愛
    06. 多希望你在
    07. 活著
    08. 一輩子存在
    09. 我在哭
    10. Blues
    11. 海芋戀

    新歌發表會Live CD
    01. 王子的新衣
    02. 活著
    03. 海芋戀
    04. 夠不夠 feat. 方大同
    05. Love Song by 方大同
    06. 奮不顧身
    07. 一輩子存在
    08. 我在哭
    09. Blues
    10. 疼愛
    11. 原諒我
    12. 多希望你在
    13. 收藏

    新歌發表會 Live影像珍藏DVD
    01. 王子的新衣
    02. 活著
    03. 海芋戀 feat. 徐若瑄
    04. 夠不夠 feat. 方大同
    05. Love Song by 方大同
    06. 奮不顧身
    07. 一輩子存在
    08. 我在哭
    09. Blues
    10. 疼愛
    11. 原諒我
    12. 多希望你在
    13. 收藏

    01. 收藏 MV
    02. 王子的新衣 MV
    03. 原諒我 MV
    04. 奮不奮身 MV
    05. Blues (Vampire Hunter Ver.) MV
    06. 收藏MV花絮大追擊
    07. 王子的新衣MV花絮大追擊
    08. Blues MV花絮大追擊
    09. 工作實境貼身側拍
    10. 「大家準備好了」&「蕭敬騰也準備好了」網路宣傳小短片
    11. 蕭敬騰自彈自唱「Thank You!!」大公開
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    Professional Review of "Jam Hsiao (Deluxe Edition) (2CD+2DVD)"

    August 8, 2008

    This professional review refers to Jam Hsiao (Hong Kong Version) (CD + Postcards)
    Jam Hsiao's rise to fame was a rare one for an Asian pop act, in that it was purely based on a display of talent. Long before the release of his self-titled debut album, Jam had plenty of opportunities to show off, namely through the Taiwanese talent show One Million Stars and his memorable performance at the 2007 Golden Horse Awards. It's no surprise that his long-awaited debut album is easily the most anticipated debut album on the Taiwanese pop scene since former competitor Aska Yang dominated the charts with his own debut earlier in the year. Thankfully, with a slate of experienced songwriters and producers providing materials that play well within Jam's broad vocal range, this is a debut that was well worth the wait.

    A majority of the album's songs are produced by Paul and Peter Lee, who has worked on hit songs by Jacky Cheung, Sandy Lam, and was even Stefanie Sun's teacher. Paul is also responsible for opening track "Collect" (Track 1), a bright mid-beat ballad reminiscent of Sun's "Against the Light", another opening track written by Paul, with both songs having the ability to elicit images simply through their melodies. The song also allows Jam to reveal his vocal range gradually, from the softly delivered first section to the dramatic final section. In both composition and vocal performance, "Collect" is as captivating as opening tracks can be.

    Jam is known for a dramatic voice that enables him to enhance his performances with a heavy dose of emotions. This ability is used to great effect in the album's ballads, especially in the moving "Forgive Me" (Track 3). Composed by F.I.R.'s Real (who also co-wrote the lyrics), the song poses two different challenges for Jam: The densely written verses require Jam to deliver the emotions without losing the pace of the section, while the chorus tests Jam's range, as the composition continuously raises the threshold. Amazingly, Jam pulls off both styles splendidly with surprising fluidity, making "Forgive Me" one of the best songs of the album and surely a Karaoke favorite in the coming months. Meanwhile, Gary Chaw, who saw a rise in popularity because of Aska and Jam's covers of his songs on One Million Stars, contributes to Jam's album with "Regardless of Myself" (Track 4), a ballad that is written with Chaw and Jam's similarly intense vocals in mind. However, Jam's vocal starts off somewhat overbearing in the opening verse, becoming too overwhelming for its good. Nonetheless, that style is appropriate for the chorus, in which Jam does his best Chaw impression while retaining his signature tonal shift in the vocal. With a simple, but affecting composition, "Regardless of Myself" can easily turn into another mainstream hit.

    However, Jam's voice sometimes proves to be too dramatic for its own good. While Chaw can tone down his own vocal and actually change it along with a song's mood, Jam hasn't mastered full control of his voice just yet. In "Love Dearly" (Track 5), written by Mayday's A-Shin, Jam tries his best to match the song's summer-like laidback atmosphere, but he's too eager to continue showing off his range, resulting in a vocal style that's more fitting for the ballads that came before. He does fare a little better with "Alocasia Love" (Track 11), an upbeat rock track that fits his vocal style better because he's delivering his own composition. However, his voice is still not flexible enough to match the fun of the arrangement and the composition.

    Despite his background in jazz, Jam's vocal style is actually best suited for rock. His best performance comes in the Peter Lee-produced "The Prince's New Clothes" (Track 2), a cover of a song from Denmark. Jam's dramatic voice is best used in such a musical style in which he gets to unleash the full range of his voice with the appropriate intensity and anger. Deark Chua's brooding arrangement never gets in the way of the vocal, and injects just the right amount of energy to maintain a balance between the various musical elements. Producer/arranger Chen Wei, on the other hand, delivers a more bombastic rock track with "Blues" (Track 10). Even with the electric guitar cranked up to the max, Jam again uses his powerful voice to dominate the song without taking away the intensity of the arrangement. Despite the difference in style, the two rock tracks are musically the most accomplished tracks on the album.

    Since Jam already had plenty of ways to show off his voice in the past year, the biggest surprise of the album isn't his vocal talent, but rather its ability to surprise. His producers, knowing that the album cannot get by on vocals alone, put Jam's ability to adapt to other genres on display. The result is a rare pop album that evokes a sense of anticipation, as listeners wait anxiously to see what other genres can Jam master in just one album. Such anticipation is a rare thing to find in pop, let alone a debut album. Jam may not have the looks to be your typical pop star, but what he lacks physically is made up with sheer talent. Possibilities of a sophomore slump aside, this is a superstar in the making.

    Recommended Tracks: "Collect" (Track 1), "A Prince's New Clothes" (Track 2), "Forgive Me" (Track 3), "Regardless of Myself" (Track 4), "I Hoped You Were Here" (Track 6), "Blues" (Track 10)

    by Kevin Ma

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    Customer Review of "Jam Hsiao (Deluxe Edition) (2CD+2DVD)"

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

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    November 23, 2008

    This customer review refers to Jam Hsiao (First Live Special Edition) (2CD+DVD)
    1 people found this review helpful

    up and coming star Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
    this guy is good! talented for sure. can sing, can compose, can play numerous musical instruments.....and his first album rocks, though wish there were less "safe" songs.....

    i expect much more from this guy and look forward to it!
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    July 1, 2008

    This customer review refers to Jam Hsiao
    A Genuine Singer!............. Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
    I saw Jam Hsiao at a singing competition show a while ago over the internet. I was immediately taken by the beauty of his vocals and singing skills. To me, he is a gifted singer and I'm really happy that he has a debut CD. He is a genuine singer as you can hear the passions and purity in his vocals. He sounds a little different from his competition piece and he is more of a r&b and soft rock singer now. Being as excellent as he is, I think that he needs refinement in his singing, especially his fast tracks. Some of the music accompaniments need improvement as well. My favorite tracks are:1,4,6,7,8 &10.
    So, here's to Jam: Congratulations & Keep up the hard works! I'll be a supporter all the way!
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