GOD vol.6 - An Ordinary Day
YesAsia Editorial Description
The fans of GOD have been missing the talented band like crazy, but now after an extended hiatus of no less than 2 years they are back with a vengeance. This time you get to enjoy an exclusive VCD, which features a film shot especially for the songs on GOD's latest album. Get ready for this power-packed 14-track treat produced by Park Jin-young who also came up with the idea for the film. The whole band attended vocal as well as rap training in the US to sound better than ever on this ambitious experimental release that still adheres to GOD's typical touching lyrics.
Ordinary Day is filled to the brim with the band's unbeatable musical flair of excellent beats and passionate lyrics that their fans are longing for. Another musical surprise are solo efforts by each member of the band. Buckle-up and take your latest thrilling musical ride with GOD right away.
|Product Title:||GOD vol.6 - An Ordinary Day GOD vol.6 - An Ordinary Day GOD vol.6 - An Ordinary Day GOD vol.6 GOD 6집 - 보통날|
|Singer Name(s):||g.o.d (g.o.d) god (g.o.d) god GOD / g.o.d. （ジーオーディー） (g.o.d) 지오디|
|Country of Origin:||South Korea|
|Other Information:||2 CDs|
|Shipment Unit:||2 What is it?|
|Publisher:||Kakao M (Loen Entertainment)|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1003880181|
Product Information / Track List
01 . ('An Ordinary Day' Music) 사랑이 전부였던 날 (Narration 김동윤, 이세은)
02 . 자유
03 . 사랑의 동그라미
04 . 반대가 끌리는 이유
05 . 익숙한 낯선 사람
06 . Loving You
07 . Tonight (Featuring J)
08 . 절대 안돼 (Featuring 김진표)
09 . 헤어지지 말자
10 . 사랑이 힘들때 (Featuring 임정희)
11 . 헤어짐보다 아픈 그리움
12 . 한구석에
13 . 보통날
14 . 약속 (Narration 강경헌)
15 . 사랑이 너무 아프던 날 (Narration 김동윤)
01. 'An Ordinary Day' Movie
2년의 기다림 끝에 국민 그룹 god가 돌아온다!
god의 정규 6집 앨범은 제작 기간 1년의 영화이다. 프로듀서인 박진영은 1년 동안 영화 시나리오를 집필한 후, 이에 어울리는 14곡의 음악을 제작했다. 즉 god의 새 앨범은 영화와 OST가 완벽하게 조화된 작품으로, 음악과 영상이 각각 담긴 두 장의 CD형태로 발매된다.
god의 새 앨범은 god 특유의 따스하고 서정적인 음악에 앞서가는 새로운 음악적인 실험과 편곡들, 멤버 개개인의 솔로곡을 담음으로써 멤버 한 명, 한 명이 그동안 보여 주었던 각자의 색깔을 담고 있다.
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Customer Review of "GOD vol.6 - An Ordinary Day"
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January 8, 2007
|This album is old now, but I still have the songs stored on my iPod! "An Ordinary Day" is a catchy song, and it goes along well with music video. This album made me a convert to G.O.D.!|
May 7, 2005
GOD - "Vol.6 An Ordinary Day"
is a very varied album ranging from modern Soul and RnB to shiny Rap.
After a short piano & narrative intro,
the first full-time track comes with a syncopated, stomping beat, string synths, a modern soul sample, a smooth RnB tune (R. Kelly style), and some nicely flowing staccato raps.
A sped up salsa rhythm, hand-claps and a synth line sounding somewhat like a harmonium welcome us to the next track, which is quick & bouncy, highly commercial RnB with a mediterranean 'fresh' twist.
A complex clicking beat then serves as a basis for some acoustic guitar work, some really relaxed singing and routinely served raps; GOD really let get things mellow
and become even more laid back with melodic slide-guitar pickings and electric guitar-work in the background, which blends in just fine with smooth vocal harmonies accompanying a steady drum beat.
More rap-heavy again, yet coolingly smooth & still very laidback, 'Loving you' reaches for some soft 80ies-Style synthesizer soundscapes and delicately tinkling bell-sounds.
Although slightly more 'digital' in sound & with its focussed beat more at the front, 'Tonight' is still similar in mood and bound to please the ladies.
Sharply contrasted, the next track has tense, synth-heavy, clashing beats providing an enervating undercurrent for its cool rap; it conveys the feeling of restrained agression, the bottled-up and festering type that you definitely dont want to encounter in characters as sly and nasty as suggested by these voices. The track builds up in an extraordinary manner from rocking beats, samples of barking dogs and motorcycles, plus layers of toxic synth-fumes.
Next on the playlist is another R.Kelly-type-of-song (think of a smoked out version of 'Believe I Can Fly' with a digital beat steadily ticking away the time + some chilled-out raps to spice it up).
A nostalgic gramophone piano hookline opens the next track, is sped up slightly, and blends in well with a dramatic bell-and-string sound. Eventually, this spinning loop even evolves into something walt-like: Nice Work! Disappointingly, he rest of the song is watered down by some rather run-of-the-mill popular rnb/hiphop-stuff; if worked over with an even slightly interesting counterpoint this stylish background beat could have become the basis of a really cool song, but is instead marred by stale and uninspired sounding vocals: Neither the female soul voices nor the routinely spun rap are anything worth talking about.
This ambivalent exhibition of outstanding production skills lacking the benefits of solid songwriting, is followed by another harmless pop song bridging the gap to
a very soft & romantic semi-orchestral ballad turned somewhat kitschy with soulful male vocals & an 80ies-style electric guitar+keyboard-sound glossing the cake with too much icing.
The next ballads softest spots are somewhat covered up by its emotionally breathless raps & a nice beat of finger-snaps, bubbling synths, ever-so-soft drum-rolls & violin-harmonies.
GOD then get bouncy again with a strong organic beat: A well-harmonized combination of rolling bassdrum & rich piano sounds + a double set of hand-claps (one of which is slightly delayed to give it a fresh appeal); the vocals, however, stay smooth.
The final song evokes the mood of a sunset at the seaside by blending a musing piano line with background sounds of a church bell and mellow harmonium/harmonica-synths, lending it the same coastal feel you would get from the sound of distant seagulls.
the album is somewhat too commercially orientated: The overly modern RnB touch with its extensive use of handclaps and other gadgets echoing the influence of British two-step sand the U.S.s omnipresent Pharell Brothers style will sound outdated before long; yet, the sound of "An ordinary day" also draws from the 1980ies traditions of Euro-Pop, and mixes all these influences with an
April 11, 2005
|as always, god came back with an awesome album =] although it felt like something was missing, due to the fact that kyesang couldn't participate in the album, everything else was perfect. god has an awesome producer, park joon hyung, and once again, he made some incredible songs for the group. and the members did a great job singing them. i can tell that they all improved greatly. this album is a must buy for everyone, especially god fans :]|
April 4, 2005
This is the best god's cd that I ever heard...The songs and the raps are diffrent from the late 5 albums..
Gye Sang didn't take part in this album so that I just felt something missing..
But for the whole part of this album is Excellent.
Esp for Son Ho Young... ^_^ \/
March 24, 2005
i really like this album... it's one of the best god has ever produced, with the exception of the 2nd album (my personal thought^^) anyway.... i really like the title song as much as i like the other songs... although..i really miss kye-sang.. i used to like him^^
anyway,,,, this album is great.. i like the way how they set this movie mode^^