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  • A Classic!

    By dehkun
    The best album containing the best songs from Ayu! Worth the deal!
  • A great primer for new listeners with two exclusive tracks for fans

    By planetpeach
    A Complete was initially released as a box set for her 10th Anniversary. As it says on the box, it contains all of her singles from 1998 through 2008 with a few caveats. Firstly, CD singles with multiple A-sides--which are virtually all of her singles post-2003--are represented on A Complete with whichever song was the first track. Secondly, any singles that were dance or remix singles--like "Daybreak"--are represented with their album versions rather than any of the remixes on the CD single. Finally, some songs, like "M" and "AUDIENCE" have noticeably different arrangements on this collection than on the original singles that made them famous. Instead, they sound closer to the arrangements used in her more recent live shows. While this might read like as an exhaustive list, these are not shortcomings of the collection. A Complete still makes a great, affordable primer for people who want some Ayu in their library but find her vast discography intimidating. Ideally, if you heard an Ayu song but weren't sure which of her 10+ albums it came from, it's probably on here. Additionally, A Complete features two new recordings exclusive to this collection: "Mirrorcle World," her 10th anniversary single and one of her best songs, as well as a re-recorded and re-arranged version of one of her classic songs, "Who…" If you already have all of her albums, these two songs are definitely worth picking up individually.
  • Truly...A COMPLETE!!!

    By lv90047
    A WONDERFUL GIFT FROM OUR AYU!!!! Within this CD, it contains all her hits from her very first album "A Song for xx" all the way to her number one hit "Mirrorcle World"! As a fan, just to own this is the greatest treasure I could ever ask for! I'm deeply honored that I can even DOWNLOAD this collection! Just to hear our Ayu go from the typical singer into one of the most greatest J-pop singers in Japanese music history is one of the greatest pleasures on earth! (^ω^) Although people say that she doesn't have the most greatest voice...even THEY have to admit that her influence over pop music is one of the reasons why people CAN enjoys of classical J-pop today! In my eyes, Ayumi Hamasaki is the very definition of greatest J-pop diva that ever hit the music scene! An awesome album! GET THIS NOW!

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