Author: Ghost Writer

reviews about albums, singles, ep, lp, music videos


Sodagreen – What is Troubling You

Taiwanese pop folk rock band Sodagreen meets expectations with their 8th studio album titled What is Troubling You, but kind of disappoints at the same time considering the release of their music video last week.


Jane Zhang – Reform

Reform is Zhang’s fifth studio album, her second under current label Universal, with work with a broad array of producers of American, Chinese and Korean background — the album is… well, clean cut and polished.


Linda – Love Presents

Linda Liao’s return to music, after seven years away from it, comes in the form of Love Presents, a ten-track pop album prominently talking about love.

F.T. Island – Return 2

F.T. Island – Return

After topping the Oricon Daily Chart with their major Japanese debut, the not “really” rockers but not “quite sweet” idols F.T. Island are back with their newest mini-album Return.


Britney Spears – Femme Fatale

Femme Fatale marks Britney Spears’ seventh album in her discography since she exploded into pop idol-hood in the late 90s with that sexy school-girl outfit video of Baby One More Time. In here, she reunites with music confidante Max Martin — who was behind Baby One More Time as well as Circus.


Avril Lavigne – Goodbye Lullaby

Goodbye Lullaby, her fourth studio album, is more of the same, except she curses a lot more in her songs, making her sound like an 8-year-old who’s found out that she can say bad words.



In this self-titled debut album, MISSTER is trying to showcase what they can do. As an idea, they are different in the market, but they fail to distinguish themselves creatively, sounding like any other Asian boy band.



MBLAQ have made their return to the Kpop scene with their first full-length album, and I must say that I am impressed. The boys are sticking to the heavy beat and club sound that gave them success with their last single, Y.


Eminem – Recovery

One wonders if Eminem purposely released Relapse to be able to release this. In Recovery, he seems sharper, even if it isn’t on par with some of his previous work.