This single wasn't as good as Koi Shiyou. The vocals were okay. The lyrics were so-so. L O V EU was great, except the chorus just killed the song in my opinion. If she said "I love you" instead of spelling it, that would have been better. Brand New Day was also okay, not the best from her. It sounded kinda, I don't know. Just not so well put together. The sound was ok. But again with the chorus. It was just out of place making the song fit together weirdly.
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Description in Japanese
L・O・V・E U [通常盤] / リア・ディゾン
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L O V E U
BRAND NEW DAY
Brand New Day
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With her latest release and its accompanying PV, Leah Dizon has proven herself to be yet another quickly manufactured "singer" with no real skills or talent other than showing off her body. An annoying nasal voice, boring dance moves, and ridiculously juvenile and banal lyrics combined with uninspired musical composition do nothing but show she's where she is because of powerful managers and an unabashedly sexy image to substitute for real talent (of which she has none). Having none of Ayu's gift for writing meaningful lyrics, or Hikki's voice, or Ai Otsuka's and YUI's sweet, tender images and musical ability, or even BoA's dancing skills, Leah Dizon stands out about as much as a rock at the bottom of the ocean. Do yourself a favor and spend your money on something more worthwhile, meaningful, and entertaining.
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