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Album: Duty

Artist: Ayumi Hamasaki

  • Genre: J-Pop
  • Release Date: 2000
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • Copyright: ℗ 2000avex entertainment inc.

Tracklist For Duty By Artist Ayumi Hamasaki

Title Artist Time
1
Starting Over Ayumi Hamasaki 1:36 USD 1.29
2
Duty Ayumi Hamasaki 5:14 USD Album Only
3
Vogue Ayumi Hamasaki 4:25 USD 1.29
4
End of the World Ayumi Hamasaki 4:40 USD 1.29
5
Scar Ayumi Hamasaki 4:15 USD 1.29
6
Far Away Ayumi Hamasaki 5:32 USD 1.29
7
Surreal Ayumi Hamasaki 4:41 USD 1.29
8
Audience Ayumi Hamasaki 4:05 USD 1.29
9
Seasons Ayumi Hamasaki 4:24 USD 1.29
10
Teddy Bear Ayumi Hamasaki 4:18 USD 1.29
11
Key (Eternal Tie Version) Ayumi Hamasaki 3:13 USD 1.29
12
Girlish Ayumi Hamasaki 4:58 USD 1.29

Reviews For Duty By Artist Ayumi Hamasaki

  • AYUMI FEVER!

    5
    By SmileySammy97
    I first heard Ayumi's song 'Surreal' in 2008 & I never knew what it was called. 2 years ago I found out & I'm SO happy it's on iTunes! I LOVE AYUMI!
  • DUTY

    5
    By miusakamoto
    I've heard this was ayu's most successful and most popular album. I can see why. It's definitely my most favorite of her original albums. (The best remixes are from this album too) SURREAL and Far away are just amazing. Her lyrics are so expressive and I love her imagery. Those 2 songs, especially SURREAL helped me through some stuff because they're so relatable but in an uncommon way. The opening piano to SURREAL just gives me the chills, so good.
  • Where's the "DUTY" song?

    5
    By JckXXvI
    I love this album very very much! But where's the song named "DUTY"?... I cant buy a partial album... I need a complete DUTY album... There are also some of her albums that weren't here in itunes store... so please itunes make all Ayumi's album available in the store.... Thanxxxx.. Been Ayumi's fan since 2001
  • It's your DUTY to get this A.S.A.P!!!

    5
    By lv90047
    When I first heard this album, I was surprised. This album seemed incredibly dark compared to her previous works. I never would of thought Ayu was capable of writing lyrics such as this. They seemed to focus on the concepts of hopelessness. Almost as if Ayu was deeply saddened by the fact that she couldn't express herself the way she did through her previous works. Personally, out of all her albums, this one is takes the cake. This album made me see that Ayu was just as much of a human being like the rest of us. She proved that to me again and again through these lyrics. Each of tracks contained their own personal story. Focusing on the themes of loneliness, confusion, chaos, and a sneak peek of the burden of Miss Hamasaki's responsibilities. I loved this album. I loved the theme. I loved the covers and artwork! They touched my heart and gave me a reason to support this remarkable artist. I love nearly all the tracks, but the ones that stood out to me the most were: "Starting Over" "Vogue" "Scar" "End of the World" "Audience" "Seasons" "Surreal" and finally "Far Away". I loved the fact that she uses her experiences as a way to connect to her listeners. It's deeply warming that she can share such heartfelt words with us. It makes me more aware of the feelings I've experienced through the years I've been here...and I love her even more for that. Ayumi Hamasaki is an remarkable artist. If you're new to her, I recommend this album. It's so honest and heartfelt that you can understand how she shines through the depths of Japanese music. Maybe if you gave it a try, you would feel the same way as I do.

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