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Uncontrolled (Jacket A)(ALBUM+DVD)(Japan Version)
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Customer Rating: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (5)
All Editions Rating: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8.5 out of 10 (8)

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In 1992, Amuro Namie entered the Japanese entertainment world as a member of the pop group Super Monkey. 20 years have passed, and Namie has since become one of the biggest pop stars in Japan. To celebrate her amazing 20 years in the music world, Namie and her record label Avex are planning a series of releases throughout the year. The first release that is kicking off the celebration is Uncontrolled, Namie's first full-length album in two and a half years! Uncontrolled features nine hit songs - including drama theme song Love Story, cosmetics ad song Naked, and One Piece theme song Fight Together - as well as four brand-new songs.

This edition comes with a bonus DVD containing 11 music videos.

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Product Title: Uncontrolled (Jacket A)(ALBUM+DVD)(Japan Version) Uncontrolled (Jacket A)(ALBUM+DVD)(日本版) Uncontrolled (Jacket A)(ALBUM+DVD)(日本版) Uncontrolled (ジャケットA)(ALBUM+DVD)(日本版) Uncontrolled (Jacket A)(ALBUM+DVD)(Japan 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: 2 - Japan, Europe, South Africa, Greenland and the Middle East (including Egypt) What is it?
Release Date: 2012-06-27
Publisher Product Code: AVCD-38522
Language: Japanese
Disc Format(s): CD
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Other Information: Album / CD+DVD
Package Weight: 200 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
Publisher: Avex Marketing
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1030832874

Product Information / Track List


デビュー20周年を迎える安室奈美恵、待望のオリジナルアルバム!! 最新ダンスナンバーから9曲の大ヒットシングルを収録した超豪華盤! DVDには全11曲のMUSIC VIDEOを収録予定。

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*First Press Sold Out.*

01.In The Spotlight(TOKYO)
04.Sit! Stay! Wait! Down!
05.Hot Girls
06.Break It [AL ver.]
07.Get Myself Back
08.Love Story
09.Let's Go
11.Fight Together

01.In The Spotlight (TOKYO)(Music Video)
02.NAKED(Music Video)
03.Go Round(Music Video)
04.Hot Girls(Music Video)
05.Break It(Music Video)
06.Get Myself Back(Music Video)
07.Love Story(Music Video)
08.Let's Go(Music Video)
09.YEAH-OH(Music Video)
10.ONLY YOU(Music Video)
11.Tempest(Music Video)
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Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (5)
Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8.5 out of 10 (8)

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July 19, 2012

Queen of Cawaii-Pop Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
Honestly the eclipse-inspired pose resembles the cover of Past-Future-Tour-DVD. The cover of lyrics booklet should be the album cover and poster. She looks pensively English in a lab coat. The fuss over the lack of new songs will subside soon, because all songs will be equally old (and fresh) eventually. The glaring weakness in GoRoundnRound comes from songwriting: the oriental/exotic music doesn't mix well with English lyrics. Singing-Yeah-Oh is naturally English and better. Otherwise her English tune-tune with boom-boom beat are all fine. The DVD presents an 'alternative version' of album with 11 songs including the single-versions of GoRound and YeahOh, and I feel that DVD is the definitive version of this album. With Tokyo in the Spotlight, she keeps a low profile in this video of vibrant club scenes and street sport. But my eyes are on her when she's in the spotlight with bare neck and shoulder, revealing her charming moles, and winking... oohhhhh i feeeel ALIVE with this UNCONTROLLED obsession on Namie, it is hard to quit!!!! OnlyYou is the ultimate summer song of NA - the music is both mellow and upbeat, exuding sunny vibe thats ready to explode. English does narrow the gap between NA and me, but not enough to let me touch her. HotGirls is alright, even the moaning is fine, but the chorus is a bit annoying. LetsGo, like YeahOh, is another song based on the catchiest catchphrase of English, and it delivers a boom-boom tune ideal for live performance. Among the songs from singles, I am surprised by the freshness of BreakIt MV (even though it is the oldest song); her race-queen attire and poses, her eyes and thighs, they are nostalgically wild.

Pop music originated in the west, so it's common for Asian and Japanese singers to record English song. NA recorded one or two in 2000, and this time she did five. She definitely realized accentless English wasn't a prerequisite for recording tune-tune and was comfortable with her accent - a little incomprehensible, highly infectious, totally adorable.
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July 9, 2012

20th Anniversary Prt3 Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
7.) GMB is one of my favorite Namie ballads to this day. It’s a gorgeous mid-tempo ballad that despite not being in English I find very inspiring after reading the translation. I can literally listen to this on repeat for hours and feel just so perfectly wonderful. 10/10
8.) Another pretty ballad, which I often find myself swaying back and forth to. It doesn’t have quite the same effect on me as the previous, but it’s still a strong one I deeply enjoy. 9.9/10
9.) Another upbeat danceable track. Her vocals are awesome on this track! I can’t stop dancing! 9.9/10
10.) The 4th English song to be on the album, and I really like it. However, sometimes when she gets real quick, it’s not quite as easy to understand her perfectly, but it still isn’t too bad. This track sorta reminds me of something that’s a mix of a modern day and 80’s dance club song. 9.8/10
11.) This song is sorta a mid-upbeat in the middle type of song. I’m not quite overly sure how to fully describe this. However, I really enjoy it. While I’m not positive on the translation, I feel as if it’s telling me to fight for the love I find in life. 9.9/10
12.) This song is the final English song on the album, and it’s actually the one that I find the English is the worst. However, it’s still not terrible. It’s mostly just her pronunciation at a few parts. Overall, it’s still rather clear. The lyrics are simple, but lovely. Her voice suits this so well. 9.8/10
13.) Parts of this song remind me of a mother singing her young child a lullaby for some reason. Other parts are this erupted gorgeous ballad. It’s a lovely way to finish off the album. 9.8/10
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July 9, 2012

20th Anniversary Prt2 Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
1) This is a hyper fun dance track. The lyrics aren’t all that complicated, but it’s certainly a fun track to get you moving. It’s also the first song that’s completely in English & I must say that I can understand her really well. I never once needed to check the lyrics booklet to see what she had said. 9.8/10
2.) Another fun dance track with bits of that electronica stuff in it. However, it’s not used over top of her voice, which is awesome. This song is mostly in Japanese and I’m not fluent, so I can’t really say much for the lyrics. I’m pretty sure this song has something to do with an intimate evening, but I’d have to look up the translation to be sure. 10/10
3.) This song is yet another upbeat one and also the 2nd track on the album to be in English. Her English is yet again, very clear. The song is about how she loves this guy, but he treats her badly. Very much love. 9.5/10
4.) This song is very cool. While I’m not 100% sure exactly what it’s about, its funny listening to her talk to the guy she’s singing about like he’s her pet dog. 10/10
5.) Hot Girls is my least liked song on the album. It’s the 3rd song to be completely in English, and while I can understand her very well, I find the chorus of them repeating “Hot girls make the world go round” a bit annoying. Also, to add to it, there are a few parts where her voice has that electronic sound pieced in, which didn’t leave me too happy. 7/10
6.) With most “album versions” of singles by most artists, I usually can barely hear any difference from the original. However, with this one it’s really obvious. It’s louder and the beat is faster. All in all, I actually like this version more than the original single version. 9.9/10
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July 9, 2012

20th Anniversary Prt1 Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
Packaging: The cover seems to be disliked by many. However, I personally really like it. The concept of Namie wearing almost no make-up with an eclipse over shadowing her is quite a nice welcome indeed as many of her past recent albums were loaded with make-up and photoshop. She’s nearly 35, and I love seeing her as the beautiful natural woman she is. The letters are written in that gold shiny stuff, which isn’t perfect contrast, but it’s not bad. Turn it over to the back and the only thing I didn’t like is the tracklist isn’t written on it. It’s only on a clear sticker on the plastic wrapping. However, the sticker was easily transferred to the actual case, so I won’t complain too much. Open the case, and the cover itself has a sleeve in it which slides out the booklet, and just to the right are the 2 Disks. I enjoy the sleeve very much as last time for PF, the booklet was left hanging loose, which has become a nuisance. The CD is in gold and DVD, in silver. Behind the DVD is yet another eclipse picture of her again, but in a different pose. Then the booklet itself has a cover of Amuro wearing black high heel dress shoes and a white blazer coat sitting on a bench leaning forward. Inside you’ll only find 2 more images of her in the same outfit, but sexier poses. All other pages are simply black with the lyrics and other information written on them, which I must admit I find disappointing seeing as how this is her 20th Anniversary album.
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July 1, 2012

A honest review from a fan Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
I like the album but there are too many English tracks, I like j-pop because I like Japanese language, so all these English songs are pointless and I can't stand that there are not included the original versions of "GO ROUND" and "YEAH-OH" but the English versions. The album version of "Break It" is pretty nice, it sounds more catchy than the single version. Honestly there is one thing I like more than "PLAY" and "PAST<FUTURE" : more ballads! Finally, because I love Namie's ballads. It's a good album but it could be better to me.
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