H!P Releases July 1

adode13 July 1, 2009 Comments Off

C-ute Shochuu Omimai Moshiagemasu Regular Version Cover (HQ)

C-ute Shochuu Omimai Moshiagemasu Limited Version Cover (HQ)

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  • °C-ute – Shochuu Omimai Moushiagemasu (Single)   CDJapan YesAsia
  • °C-ute – Shochuu Omimai Moushiagemasu (Single+DVD) (Limited Edition)   CDJapan YesAsia
  • Suzuki Airi – Pure Blue (DVD)    YesAsia

Three releases today, two versions of C-ute’s 9th single Shochuu Omimai Moshiagemasu and Suzuki Airi’s solo DVD titled Pure Blue:

°C-ute – Shochuu Omimai Moushiagemasu, C-ute’s 9th single, it was a cover of a Candies song and it featured a b-side by Tsunku titled Zancho Omimai Moshiagemasu. I liked the song overall, Yajima and Suzuki got most of the lines (as expected) but they did more group lines which actually made the song sound more “full” (in a good way).

The b-side is a Suzuki solo song, an although I have only heard a little bit the song kind of had an “after summer” feeling (basically a ballad). I liked the sound of the song, but I would have liked for them to include someone else too, it kind of seems unfair that all of the members get to participate in the cover of a song, but only one gets to participate in the new song. Overall recommendable for C-ute fans, and fans of Suzuki Airi.

Suzuki Airi – Pure Blue, the solo DVD release for Suzuki Airi’s latest PB which was titled “Ao Iro”. There was a preview released on Dohhh UP, and I have to say I really like it (I’m a Suzuki Airi fan, but I will try and be fair).

There were many scenes of her doing stuff in Taiwan, for example cooking (food is a big part of the DVD), Tai Chi, riding a bike, and having fun at the beach (and getting knocked down by a wave). There are also scenes of her posing for the PB, and most of the shots I have seen came out great. Overall recommendable to everyone, especially Suzuki Airi fans.

Next release will be of the Single V for Shochuu Omimai Moshiagemasu, and the final concert DVD release of Milky Way in one week (technically 6 days in Japan)

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