CantoPop - V. DUBB (Vanness Wu)
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V. DUBB


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~Vanness Wu
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Official Release Date Apr 20, 2007
Artist Vanness Wu
Language Mandarin
Genre CantoPop
Version  Hong Kong
PAX-Code PAX0001573792
Item Code  0886970992626

track listing

1. 我的王國
2. Never Let You Go
3. 放手
4. Just One Dance
5. Friday Night
6. 幻想這愛
7. 零時差
8. 媽媽
9. 如果
10. Eternity
11. 幻想這愛 (House Remix) 中文版

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PuNiao (365) on 13, May. 2007 08:43 (HKT)
V.Dubb
While the world wonders whether Taiwan boyband F4 will be relaunched as JVKV, the attendant release of the foursome\'s third album and a brand new idol drama, band member Vanness Wu has been keeping busy. After his decent debut solo outing, 2002\'s Body Will Sing, he maintained his visibility through a number of post-Meteor Garden idol dramas, before making his crossover to the big screen with Star Runner (2003) and Dragon Squad (2005). Last year, he collaborated with South Korean singer Kangat on Scandal, a well-received multilingual urban album which further extended his reach to the K-pop audience. And now Wu\'s sophomore solo release, V.Dubb, is a rollicking ride into booty camp. For the most part, the album features the production work and compositions of in-demand South Korean R&B producer Jae Chong. Wu, who contributed lyrics for some songs and rap sequences, does a decent job here, re-affirming his status as possibly the only one in the F4 cohort who can confidently and competently carry a tune.
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