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ZARD BLEND
~ SUN & STONE ~

23 April 1997

 1.
Kimini Aitaku Nattara... listen | lyrics
2.
Yureru Omoi listen | lyrics
3.
Kimiga Inai listen | lyrics
4.
Kokoro wo Hiraite listen | lyrics
5.
Good-bye My Loneliness listen | lyrics
6.
In My Arms Tonight listen | lyrics
7.
Ano Hohoemiwo Wasurenaide listen | lyrics
8.
Oh My Love listen | lyrics
9.
Rainen no Natsumo listen | lyrics
10.
Haihiru Nugisutete listen | lyrics
11.
Don't You See! listen | lyrics
12.
Nemurenai Yoru wo Daite listen | lyrics
13.
Konnani Aishitemo ~ Hold Me ~ listen | lyrics
8th album
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Review
This is a somewhat special album. It contains mostly songs taken from earlier albums and features only a couple of new songs, which have been released as singles too. All the old songs have been re-sung though, so they sound slighly different.
The title of this album, ZARD BLEND, also indicates that it is mix album with various songs. Sun & Stone stands for warm and cold I guess or happy and sad. It might be interesting to divide the songs into these two categories. For the "Sun" songs I would choose the first four songs, song 7, 8, 9 and 12. The rest would then be the so-called "Stone" songs. The "Sun" songs have clearly the upperhand and I personally like them better too.
The two new songs, Kimini Aitaku Nattara... and Don't you See!, are both excellent songs. Especially Don't You See!, this song is probably one of the most popular song among Zard fans. It was featured as an ending theme to the anime serie Dragon Ball GT and it was also the song that introduced me to Zard.
All in all this is a good album with a nice album theme, but it lacks new tracks to get very excited about it.
 

 

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