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The 1st Complete Collection from Faye Wong (3CD+Karaoke DVD)
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Saying that Faye Wong has created a miracle in Hong Kong's music industry is never an exaggeration. From debuting her album under the name "Shirley Wong" in 1989 to appearing on the cover of TIME Magazine in 1996, the speed in which this Asian diva's popularity rose surprised many people at the time. She was also one of the very few Chinese artists who have songs topping the chart in Japan. However, as she has not released a single album after To Love in 2003, rumors have been spreading around that she will step out of the Asian music scene.

Whether Faye Wong will continue her music career, we do not know. What we can tell is that Faye Wong's all-time favorite, from A Vulnerable Woman to A Love Letter to Myself are all in The 1st Complete Collection from Faye Wong! Packed with 48 essential tunes from Faye Wong, the collection also comes with a bonus DVD featuring the Karaoke version of 15 songs. All the songs are remastered with DSD recording technology to offer fans Faye Wong's music in best quality!

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Product Title: The 1st Complete Collection from Faye Wong (3CD+Karaoke DVD) 情.菲.得意 (3CD+卡拉OK DVD) 情.菲.得意 (3CD+卡拉OK DVD) 情・菲・得意 (3CD+ Karaoke DVD) The 1st Complete Collection from Faye Wong (3CD+Karaoke DVD)
Singer Name(s): Faye Wong (Singer) 王菲 (Singer) 王靖雯 王菲 (Singer) 王菲 (フェイ・ウォン)  (Singer) Faye Wong (Singer)
Release Date: 2005-06-23
Language: Cantonese
Place of Origin: Hong Kong
Disc Format(s): CD
Other Information: 3CDs + DVD
Package Weight: 200 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
Publisher: Go East (HK)
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1004021643

Product Information / Track List

亞洲中文流行樂壇天后 – 王菲
從 無奈那天 到 約定,從 你快樂所以我快樂 到 給自己的情書…
17年 48首 至情至性作品,完全流露她不愛說的感情世界!
情•菲•得意3cd 可能是Faye首張和最後一張至完整精選!
特別加送DVD 15首熱唱MUSIC VIDEOS卡拉OK
DSD 重新數碼編製, 樂迷不容錯過!

CD1
01. 無奈那天
02. 藉口
03. Everything
04. 巴黎塔尖
05. 又繼續等
06. 多得他
07. 靜夜的單簧管
08. 請勿客氣 -軟硬天師合唱
09. Miss You Night & Day
10. 容易受傷的女人
11. Kisses In The Wind
12. 季候風
13. Summer Of Love
14. 不再兒嬉
15. 執迷不悔
16. 流非飛

CD 2
01. 如風
02. 冷戰
03. 忘掉你像忘掉我
04. Do We Really Care?
05. 我願意
06. 知己知彼
07. 胡思亂想
08. 誓言
09. 夢中人
10. 愛與痛的邊緣
11. 棋子
12. 出路
13. 天空
14. 非常夏日 - 張學友合唱
15. 但願人長久
16. 流星

CD 3
01. Di-Dar
02. 曖昧
03. 浮躁
04. 暗湧
05. 約定
06. 你快樂(所以我快樂) (國)
07. 人間
08. 原諒自己
09. 情誡
10. 償還
11. 郵差
12. Eyes on me
13. 給自己的情書
14. 香奈兒
15. 色盲
16. 花生騷 -梅艷芳合唱

KARAOKE DVD 珍藏版
01. 如風
02. 我願意
03. 棋子
04. 夢遊 (LIVE)
05. 明天我要嫁給你 (國) (LIVE)
06. 天與地 (粵)/用心良苦 (國) (LIVE)
07. 千言萬語 (LIVE)
08. Di-Dar
09. 曖昧
10. 暗湧
11. 你快樂(所以我快樂) (國)
12. 人間 (國)
13. 只愛陌生人
14. 迷路 (LIVE)
15. 當時的月亮
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Professional Review of "The 1st Complete Collection from Faye Wong (3CD+Karaoke DVD)"

May 8, 2008

With the recent news of her marriage and pregnancy, the possibility of Faye Wong retiring (again) is more real than ever. Coming at an opportune time then, is The 1st Complete Collection From Faye Wong, which is exactly what it sounds like - a 48-song collection of Faye's greatest hits. Unless you?re willing to search out every Faye Wong album ever produced, this will likely be the most complete collection of Faye hits compiled, and is certainly the best one.

A collaboration between several record companies, The 1st Complete Collection From Faye Wong compiles over ten years of Faye's songs, dating back from her "Shirley Wong" days to her 2001 album Faye Wong. The collection includes too many fan favorites to mention, but what?s interesting is that it also includes surprise picks such as "Don't Be Modest" with the 90s DJ duo Softhard, Do We Really Care, and "Very Summer", a duet with Jacky Cheung. However, as welcome as these selections are, some fans may find that they have been included at the expense of a personal favorite. Nevertheless, the overall track-list should satisfy even the choosiest of fans.

Another reason to pick up this collection is the bonus DVD, featuring 15 Karaoke music videos of tracks featured in the collection, as well as some classic concert footage of Faye in action. The DVD is a welcome and highly appealing supplement to the collection. Record companies are only too aware that they need to give their release that extra purchase incentive in the compilation-heavy Hong Kong music market. The extra DVD will be of interest to both fans of Faye's music, but also those keen to emulate her style and copy her moves, with dreams and aspirations of becoming the next Faye Wong themselves.

Since the collection only includes Faye's work up to 2001, it doesn't quite deliver on its promise of being a "Complete Collection." However, since most loyal fans will already have Faye's most recent albums, the collection serves as an excellent introduction to new fans and a comprehensive retrospective of Faye's evolution from Canto-pop singer to one of the most respected voices in Asian music.

By Kevin Ma

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Customer Review of "The 1st Complete Collection from Faye Wong (3CD+Karaoke DVD)"

Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 6 - 6 out of 10 (6)

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October 20, 2008

Any Greatest Hits collection would replace it Customer Review Rated Bad 6 - 6 out of 10
I liked it, especially the PVs, and I found some songs I don`t have (and I have most of the albums) but overall, it`s not great, merely good and it`s DEFINITELY not complete. There should be extras like bonus picture galleries or interviews and the like and MANY MANY more songs.
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Anonymous

July 6, 2005

5 people found this review helpful

money-making Customer Review Rated Bad 3 - 3 out of 10
If this represents Faye's career, I think Faye herself would be quite disappointed. Most of the songs selected are "karaoke songs". A compilation that truly represents Faye Wong must show what kind of music she personally likes and how she tries to break new ground with her music. It is regrettable that they decided to choose karaoke hits over more songs from Fu Zao (I still consider this as Faye's best album to date), more renditions of Teresa Teng's rare songs, live performances of "Bohemian Rhapsody"/ "Look of Love"/ etc..., the first 5 songs in her album "Fable", etc... But, it is clear this is just an attempt for the record companies to make money. So, judging from the sales at HMV, I guess they've achieved their goal.
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Anonymous

July 2, 2005

6 people found this review helpful

More Faye Customer Review Rated Bad 6 - 6 out of 10
Another year has passed, another greatest hit set for Faye. This seemingly endless tradition of releasing greatest hits for one of my favourite female vocalists, usually doesn't even make me flinch. However, with this particular release, with the claim of it being "the first complete Faye Wong collection", I just had to look into it a little more.

I don't know what every body elses's definition of "complete" but from my understanding, it's supposed to be everything, from beginning to end. Fair enough, this collection does have a healthy amount of Faye material stretching almost her entire career span, bar the one album release "To Love" from Sony in 2003. I for one, would think some material would have to be plucked from that album in order to be able to declare the collection to be "complete". Now, I do understand there are copy right issues, and profit distributions and things of that nature, but we really can't pretend that album never happened.

This is a cantonese orientated release, with a few collaborations and duets thrown in here and there. Faye's collaborations are few and far in between, so it's good to see a few included here, with the highlight being "Fashion Show" with the late Anita Mui. Naturally, there was always bound to be a few mandarin tracks since Faye haven't release a proper cantonese album for almost a decade. Note worthy mentions go to "Wish We Last Forever" the Teresa Teng cover, "Mortal World" from "Faye Wong '97" & "Chanel" from Faye's 200 release "Fable".

The compulsories are also here, namely "Easily Hurt Woman", "Like Wind", "No Regrets", "Willing", "Chess Piece", "Brink Of Love & Pain", "Scandalous", "Dated", "Repayment" & "Love Letter To Myself". With most of Faye's commercially successful tracks being ballads, this album naturally is ballad heavy. I am disappointed that there was not any further inclusion of Faye's later releases with EMI, with the only "rockier" inclusion being "Chanel". If the publisher is to call this a complete release, are we pretending that Faye's other rockier mandarin tracks aren't hits and never existed? I mean, where was "Bored", "Spectacular", "The Last Blossom", "New Tenant", "Wing Of Light", "Lonely Red Shoe", just to name a few. And even a few finer ballads were overlooked, and I'm referring to "I Don't Want To Be Like This Either", "The Moon At The Time" & "Passing Years"?

I guess the point I'm trying to point out is that, true this collection does have a substantial amount of Faye materials spread over 3 cds, but clearly it's not a "complete" collection by my definition. Many of Faye's later releases are largely ignored or overlooked and definitely doesn't do Faye justice as an ever-evolving artist.

I highly recommend this release to anybody who's new to Faye, or to those Fayenatics who are just trying to complete their Faye collection, but this release has quite some territory yet to cover in order for it to be considered a complete collection. If anything, dare I say, the title is somewhat misleading because if anyone was to think this release would sum up who Faye Wong is as an artist and if this release was to supply them the bare essentials, they'll definitely be underequiped.

Personally, I would have liked to see a 4th cd covering Faye's later releases, painting a fuller picture of Faye's career, and maybe seeing a separate vcd/dvd equivalent as the tracklist to this "bonus" dvd is rather half-heartedly compiled and doesn't really serve a purpose as such.
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Anonymous

June 21, 2005

2 people found this review helpful

Gauging Customer Review Rated Bad 1 - 1 out of 10
Gosh!Another money making opportunity by the record company. It's so ridiculous. I rather the record company brings back all of Faye's old cds rather than repackaging again and again until everyone gets tired of it.
Stop this madness!!!!!
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Anonymous

June 18, 2005

Fayenomenol! Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
This is a great compilation for Fayenatics and non-Faye fans alike. Cinepoly usually release compilations after compilations with the same songs over and over again. But this release is different in that the company teams up with EMI (Faye's last record company) to produce a compilation with rare hits as well as well-known Fayest hits! The additional DVD, despite containing the same few karaoke MV's that every other Faye DVD has, it is nonetheless a good addition to this release. Definitely a great buy for everyone. Grab this one in the meantime since Faye will probably not produce another album anytime soon. Might as well reminisce the glory days.
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