come together (RADIO EDIT)
come together (ORIGINAL)
come together (remixed by AIRHEADZ)
blue jewel (Orbitribe Instrumental)
come together (Instrumental)
1. come together (RADIO EDIT)
Man, what an epic song come together. Forget the fact that “FLY ME SO HIGH” brought them a new sense of style with synths. T.Kimura brought the awesomeness with their next single. motsu is very fierce with his rapping skills and showed a lot of enthusiasm. Yuri also brought some game and I think she’s sounded the best in the era with the song, but the props really go to T.Kimura for bringing such a hardcore trance style abroad and it sounded just right. Why aren’t they back to this style eh?
2. blue jewel
Our first B-side is so long at 8 minutes, I was wondering what Kimura had up his sleeves for this long track. At first I was like I really like the tribal thing going on with the synths and pounding drums. It doesn’t take to long for yuri to come in with the vocals, but I felt the music was louder than her lot of the times, but she carried some awesome tones. motsu is pretty angry sounding as well as we continue on with the track. If there was a track to calm down after the crazyness of “come together”, blue jewel definitly gets it down, but it’s a bit long still.
Jeeze, this single is sooo damn long. 1969 is also a long track going over 7 minutes. Instead of the laidback house stylings of “blue jewel” We actually get some eurobeat back into their veins and it sounds so much more original and futuristic than their past endeavors. Unlike the last two, it takes a while before we see lyrics happening. When it does Yuri sounds ethereal this time around while motsu is the backup again. I don’t know what’s special about the song being called 1969 because they say it a LOT!
4. come together (ORIGINAL)
Oh hay! What do we have here an original? Well, last time I saw that tagged on one of their songs it made the song so much worse which was “destiny”. Now the first thing I notice is the GODAWFUL length of the song which bypasses all of the other tracks when a time clocking in at past 11 minutes. What the hell could this mean? Well what the hell it’s an extended version that took the meaning to literal. Instead of immediatly starting with yuri’s part the song eases its way in and then becomes just like the original. Now past that I was expecting more of the instrumental parts but they surprised me by adding another verse, chorus, and after chorus to the song. OMFG it went from sweet to FUCKING AMAZING, figuring out this. Honestly, the length doesn’t matter since this is my all-time favorite m.o.v.e song.
m.o.v.e totally upped their status with me when this came out. I was uncertain where things were going with “FLY ME SO HIGH” but releasing this behemoth of a single no doubtedly shot them higher with the fans with such a raw trance sound. blue jewel was great being the opposite mood for come together and seeing that it was shortened for the album makes me wonder what it’ll be like. 1969 also gets on the album without changes so that’s good enough for me. Now what got me in a twist was the decision to put the RADIO EDIT instead of the ORIGINAL on the album but it was necessary for space for the other tracks. meh, anyway BEST *RECOMMENDED*