Younha – Hakanaku Tsuyoku

August 27, 2007 at 6:37 PM | Posted in Younha | 2 Comments
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Tracklisting
1. Hakanaku Tsuyoku (儚く強く)
2. Aitai (会いたい)
3. Hakanaku Tsuyoku -instrumental-

This is Younha’s 8th single and it was released on January 17, 2007. The single reached #36 on the Oricon Weekly Charts and sold 2,313 copies. The title track was used as the 2nd opening theme song for the anime Kiba.

Hakanaku Tsuyoku is Younha’s first Japanese single to feature a full blown, almost punkish rock sound with absolutely no piano and it’s AWESOME. The electric guitar riffs and blaring percussion are constant throughout the song and I was very impressed with Younha’s vocals. They are very strong and she puts a lot more power into her voice this time around (this is very evident in the song’s chorus). The music never slows down and it always stays at a consistent pace from beginning to end.

The B-side is the much calmer Aitai. This is an extremely pretty song because of its lovely piano chords and underlying strings along with Younha’s wonderful vocals. The chorus is beautiful and this is where you hear her give one of her best vocal performances.

Overall Rating

5 stars

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