- Audio CD
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Def Jam
- ASIN: B00005MKAG
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl
- Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1 customer review)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 542,397 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
VARIOUS CD EUROPEAN DEF JAM 2001
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Other than that I can't say much about this album. I haven't been a much of a fan of American music for about 2 or 3 years. Some of the songs are good some of them are pretty bad...
We now interrupt this review for a News Story...
Hikki, or rather the name she likes better in the America biz, Hikaru Utada, has signed a contract with Island Def Jam, a division of Universal Music Group. According to Japanese news sources, Hikaru will apparently record an album and it will be released nationwide.
Now back to the review...
Anyways, Hikaru Utada becomes the single Asian on this album and sings in English. Unfortunately, this song isn't quite as good as her Japanese works or even her rendition of "Fly Me To The Moon", which was featured on the "Wait & See ~Risk~" single. Her vocals seem faded and behind the music/rapping/background vocals unlike most of her Japanese work. Her vocals also seem weak, unassertive and uninspired as well. As far as I can tell, she didn't write the song either. Overall, this isn't one of the centerpieces of Hikaru's works and this album is not an essential buy for the Hikki fan. I, personally, can only hope that she follows her own path in her music writing, since her abilities are much better than it has been illustrated in this song...
P.S. If you're wondering what the song's words are when it starts out it's:
"It seems like yesterday we used to rock the floor..."