Reviews written by Haley
Dong Bang Shin Ki Vol. 3 - Repackage Version (CD + DVD: Theatre Drama)(21)Our Price: US$16.99List: US$22.99Save: US$6.00 (26%)May 23, 2012 Repackaged Theatre Drama Version
I'm reviewing the version titled "Dong Bang Shin Ki Vol. 3 - Repackage Version (CD + DVD: Theatre Drama." First of all, even though it says DVD Region All, it is a VCL Media File. For some reason, my laptop could not process this file type, which was a little inconvenient. Also there are no subtitles, but based on the item description I knew there weren't any before I ordered the CD. I'm just enough of a Cassie to watch things without subs (even if I can't understand what they're saying). However, the CD is fantastic. The photos for this version may cause some mild second hand embarrassment just because the concept is a little bit silly, and the CD comes with a folded up poster. The poster is basically just the cover of the CD but bigger. The packaging is solid; it folds out with the CD on one side, the poster/lyrics/thanks in the center, and the DVD on the far side. I don't know if this is the version I would recommend. If you already have experience getting the DVDs and such to work, then you might have an easier time. But if you just want the songs and you liked the sillier concept of "Balloons" then you'll be happy with this version of the CD.
Dong Bang Shin Ki - Keep Your Head Down (Repackage)(1)Our Price: US$29.99List: US$38.99Save: US$9.00 (23%)May 23, 2012 Definitely Worth It
The repackaged version of Keep Your Head Down is one of my favourite CDs that I own (if not my absolute favourite). The photographs are fantastic, and I liked the concept better than in the original version of this album. The packaging is a box with clear top with a sleeve containing the 56 photographs. One side of the sleeve is open, which allows you to choose which photo you want to frame and use as a cover for your CD which is kind of a cool feature. My only complain is where the CD is placed. The actual album is underneath the photos and is attached to a piece of card board at the bottom of the box. It hasn't been a problem for me so far, but it seems sort of precarious. If you plan on making frequent use of the CD, then be extra careful so as to not damage the CD or the packaging. But overall this is a fantastic album! Yunho and Changmin put in a lot of work, and it definitely comes across in the final product.
Infinite Single Album - Inspirit1 people found this review helpful
May 23, 2012 If you like INFINITE
I got this mini album for my birthday, and I am really happy with it! I should say first that INFINITE is my favourite group out of the slew of new ones that have debuted in the last two years, so I was set on owning their Korean discography. However, I really like the packaging and concept for this one. Their look was different than Evolution and The First Invasion, and it works for them. The photos are a pamphlet stapled to front portion of the CD cover with the CD on the opposite side. The only reason I gave this and 8 out of ten is because I really like it when the concept photos are in a separate booklet because it allows for easier viewing. But overall, the packaging is sturdy! The songs are good, but it might be a little bit pricey for the casual INFINITE listener :)
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