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The boys of TVXQ returned to Japan and gave fans their most cohesive and mature work to date.
On days when you feel like there’s almost nothing, sometimes all it takes is a piece of music to make your world right again.
Xia Junsu’s sophomore effort shows a more mature and musically diverse Junsu than we were introduced to in his debut.
From Indonesia, Albert Tobing (a.k.a. aLTo) offers a beautiful debut with incredibly clear and pure vocals.
“We’re not famous or special, but we’re just doing what we want, right now. The world that surrounds us is gray and we can’t see our futures. But for now, we just shut up and run – to the time that’s waiting for us.”
A rich eccentric old man with a good heart takes it upon himself to build an environmental park filled with dinosaurs that end up eating the tourists.
For their sophomore Japanese effort, TVXQ brought us an album that was a mixture of surprisingly sophisticated production and smart composition, producing their most cohesive album to date.
A surprising and elegant debut from one of Australian Idol’s most memorable and unique contestants.
Of course, you would think… girl and boy wolf meet each other and fall in love, however, I never really saw Jo’s A Werewolf Boy as a romance, but a film about companionship.
Sometimes all it takes is an interesting album cover…