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Thread: Utada Hikaru or Hamasaki Ayumi?

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    Senior Member LuvJoJo's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suet Seung View Post
    I love Utada Hikaru's "Prisoner of Love" song.

    I like the style of Hikaru's singing and music better than Ayumi.



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    omg! Thank you for posting this song! I love it the first time I hear it! Utada look so sad and depressed in this mv...
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    HEY YAL! Utada new english single finally release!!!

    HERE go listen and come post what you think of it!!

    It's called "Come Back To Me" can't wait for her new english album!!!

    http://islandrecords.com/site/promo/...tada/index.htm



    I personally hope this second English album will do better then the first one! Due to cultural differences the first one didn't sell too well. But since every Americans know her by Kingdom Hearts I know this one will do better!!!
    Last edited by LuvJoJo; 01-29-09 at 12:36 AM.
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    LOVE UTADA HIKARU!!! her voice is so brilliant...love Flavor of Life and First Love. her new song, come back to me is brilliant, too!! xD
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    Definitely Utada. Ayumi is ... ee.... I think she mostly relies on her image. I love Utada's voice more, its more powerful and her slow love songs tend to evoke emotions from me, I always get teary eyed listening to First Love and Prisoner of Love.

    Ayumi's voice I think is weaker and in her concerts, she sometimes get too high pitch. And I really dont like the way she markets herself either. All that fuss, one gets distracted so the focus tends to move from her voice and to her looks more. Utada tends to focus more on her voice, and less on image. That's Utada's sellling point, her voice, so listeners really can hear the emotions in her songs.
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