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Shall We Dance? Shall We Talk! (2nd Version)

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Shall We Dance? Shall We Talk! (2nd Version)
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Customer Rating: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8.3 out of 10 (3)

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Product Title: Shall We Dance? Shall We Talk! (2nd Version) Shall We Dance? Shall We Talk! (2nd Version) Shall We Dance? Shall We Talk! (2nd Version) Shall We Dance? Shall We Talk! (2nd Version) Shall We Dance? Shall We Talk! (2nd Version)
Singer Name(s): Eason Chan 陳 奕迅 陈 奕迅 陳奕迅(イーソン・チャン) Eason Chan
Release Date: 2001-07-12
Language: Cantonese
Disc Format(s): CD
Other Information: CD+AVCD
Package Weight: 110 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
Publisher: EEG Emperor Entertainment Group (HK)
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1001812762

Product Information / Track List

01. �螺�
02. Shall We Dance
03. Shall We Talk
04. 2001
05. 太空漫遊
06. 失戀太少
07. 單車
08. 天使的禮物
09. Eason's Angel
10. 怪物
11. 孤獨探戈
12. 信心花舍
13. 黑暗中漫舞

Bonus AVCD
01. Computer Data
  not playable
02. 遺失的國度Music Video
03. 天使的禮物Music Video
04. Shall We Talk Music Video
05. 2001太空漫遊Music Video
06. 遺失的國度
07. 2001太空漫遊(Remix)

隨碟附送Bonus AVCD-遺失的國度
Music Video、遺失的國度Music Video、
天使的禮物Music Video、
Shall We Talk Music Video、
2001太空漫遊Music Video。
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Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8.3 out of 10 (3)


March 8, 2002

SHALL WE TALK REALLY NICE Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9 out of 10
i always think that Eason Chan is anatural succesor of Jacky Cheung because both of them share the thing: Good and Powerful Voice. But Jacky Cheung manage to keep his low profile than Eason Chan.They also depend on their true strength and not depending on looks to carry them forward in their singing career.This is what a true singer mean.For this album, i strongly recommend "SHALL WE TALK" because it is meaningful and convey the message to us that we should communicate more in the society to show that we are still caring and shovering love to other people.!!!!
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November 29, 2001

good and bad Customer Review Rated Bad 7 - 7 out of 10
The number i've given reflects how good this album is, in my opinion. However, what angers me is this new second version, which totally eclipses the first one in extras and other goodies. Honestly, EEG needs to stop releasing 2nd, 3rd, and even 4th editions of their artist's albums. You make us wait for better versions, but when they don't come, who wants to buy an old CD? And when we don't... well, who wants to buy a CD they already have? Just get it right the first time, and save your customers some trouble for crying out loud!
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July 30, 2001

We shall buy this album! Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9 out of 10
Wow. Just an incredible album with such different styles of music. Aside from the couple of regular ballads, Eason's latest Cantonese album incorporates some great, enjoyable, and rather uplifting tunes. Compositions and arrangements are done incredibly well, and Eason carries them away by adding his unique touch to each of the songs. Even the pointless intermediary tracks provide some good "cushion" throughout. This is one album where the title tracks do their parts and hold the burden of being the title tracks--"Shall We Dance" and "Shall We Talk." Track 4 seems a little cheesy at first, but a very fitting dance/electronic sound following "2001"--too bad the video couldn't be a little less dizzy. It's really a great track that helps reveal the uniqueness of the sound throughout this album. Could have done without track 8, which was strikingly similar to "Shall We Dance," except worse. Overall, however, the album contains an excellent rise and fall motion in terms of feel. Plus a bonus VCD--couldn't really ask for more than that. Take it now!
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