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Stefanie Sun (Singer)
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After a long two-year hiatus, diva Stefanie Sun makes a comeback with Kepler as well as her 2014 concert tour. Named after a planet discovered in the 17th century that shone in bright daylight for three weeks, her album is a tribute to her supportive fans who have always been there for her.

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Product Title: Kepler (Regular Version) 克卜勒 Kepler (平裝版) 克卜勒 Kepler (平装版) 克卜勒 Kepler (平裝版) Kepler (Regular Version)
Singer Name(s): Stefanie Sun (Singer) 孫燕姿 (Singer) 孙燕姿 (Singer) 孫燕姿(ステファニー・スン) (Singer) Stefanie Sun (Singer)
Release Date: 2014-02-28
Language: Mandarin
Country of Origin: Taiwan
Disc Format(s): CD
Package Weight: 420 (g)
Shipment Unit: 3 What is it?
Publisher: Universal Music Taiwan
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1035150123

Product Information / Track List

亞洲重量級天后 孫燕姿 全新音樂作品《克卜勒》
「在眾多孤星之中, 我還是找得到你」孫燕姿


01. 克卜勒
02. 渴
03. 無限大
04. 尚好的青春
05. 天使的指紋
06. 銀泰
07. 圍繞
08. 錯覺
09. 比較幸褔
10. 雨還是不停地落下
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March 31, 2014

Stefanie Sun's empowering comeback
Now a mother and wife, Stefanie Sun finally returns to music after a three-year break. Or, maybe she has never left. Maybe she has just been waiting for the right sparkle to come along, and that sparkle is Kepler, her latest album inspired by the limitless universe. To her fans, Stefanie is more than just a singer; she is a religion and a symbol of strength and growth. With Stefanie taking the helm of producer this time around, Kepler is more real and personal than ever.

"I found you among countless stars in the sky." The titular plug "Kepler" is dedicated to her family and her fans who have been supporting her in the past 14 years. Choosing this song out of more than a thousand demos, Stefanie collaborated for the first time with Hush!, who also wrote "It Doesn't Stop Raining" on the album. "Kepler" reminds of Stefanie's empowering music style, like in the songs "Turbo" and "Green Light," though it comes with a cup of sentiment.

"Thirst" opens with the cheers and yells of the audience and then falls into sudden silence, pulling listeners into Stefanie's world while she is alone on the stage. A dose of loneliness attacks. Pondering the meaning of solitude and love, the song is a tunnel of time adorned with the right amount of harmonization, guitar and drums that can heal wounds and help listeners find peace of mind.

Halfway through the album, the dreamy, jazzy number Yintai takes over my ears. For those who have been to Beijing, you may wonder if it's what you're thinking about – yes, the song is named after the city's three-story high shopping mall. Made in laid-back style that we rarely hear from Stefanie, the song confines listeners to the small compartment of a car that gets stuck on a road in Beijing. Turning frustrations into lingering love and energy, Yintai is as romantic and warm as a morning song can get.

Tanya Chua puts a stamp on all her songs, and it's not so hard to figure out in the first verse that "Mirage" is also one of her works. It's blue and nostalgic, especially with the saxophone arrangement, but in a good way. Some ballads are made to induce tears, and this is one of them; and I like it better with Stephanie because she never overdoes . It is calm yet depressing, the sound we all like from her.

From a young girl to now a full-fledged diva in Asia, it is obvious in Stefanie's selection of songs that, on top of making musical breakthroughs, she takes those she loves and those who love her to heart. Music-wise, Kepler may not be as significant as Kite and Against The Light, but it is one of Stefanie's most earnest and mature works to date.

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