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Utada Hikaru SINGLE COLLECTION VOL.2 (2014) [HI-RES 96.0kHz24bit][FLAC] 13


Utada Hikaru SINGLE COLLECTION VOL.2 (2014) [HI-RES 96.0kHz24bit][FLAC] 13




Utada Hikaru is one of the most successful and influential Japanese pop singers of all time. She has sold over 80 million records worldwide and has won numerous awards and accolades. Her music spans various genres, such as J-pop, R&B, dance-pop, alternative, and electronica.


In 2010, she released her second compilation album, Utada Hikaru SINGLE COLLECTION VOL.2, which contains 13 of her singles from 2004 to 2009, as well as five new songs. The album was a commercial and critical success, reaching number one on the Oricon charts and receiving positive reviews from critics. The album also marked her hiatus from the music industry, which lasted until 2016.




Utada Hikaru SINGLE COLLECTION VOL.2 (2014) [HI-RES 96.0kHz24bit][FLAC] 13


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In 2014, a high-resolution version of the album was released, featuring the songs in FLAC format with a sampling rate of 96 kHz and a bit depth of 24 bits. This version offers a superior sound quality and a more immersive listening experience for audiophiles and fans alike. The album showcases Utada's vocal range, musical versatility, and emotional expression.


Some of the highlights of the album are:



  • Prisoner of Love: A powerful ballad that was used as the theme song for the drama Last Friends. The song expresses the pain and hope of being in love with someone who is trapped in an abusive relationship. The song won the Japan Record Award for Song of the Year in 2008.



  • Beautiful World: A catchy and upbeat song that was used as the theme song for the anime film Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone. The song contrasts the optimistic view of the world with the apocalyptic scenario of the film. The song was also remixed by PlanitB for the sequel film Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance.



  • Flavor of Life: A melancholic and nostalgic song that was used as the insert song for the drama Hana Yori Dango 2. The song reflects the bittersweet feelings of the main characters, who are torn between their love and their dreams. The song was a huge hit, becoming the second best-selling digital single of all time in Japan.



  • Goodbye Happiness: A cheerful and upbeat song that was one of the new songs on the album. The song is a self-produced track that features Utada playing various instruments and singing in multiple layers. The song is a farewell to her fans before her hiatus, but also a celebration of her happiness and gratitude.



  • Hymne à l'amour (Ai no Anthem): A beautiful and emotional song that was also one of the new songs on the album. The song is a cover of the French classic by Édith Piaf, with lyrics rewritten in Japanese by Utada. The song is a tribute to her mother, who passed away in 2013, and also a declaration of love to her husband, whom she married in 2014.




Utada Hikaru SINGLE COLLECTION VOL.2 (2014) [HI-RES 96.0kHz24bit][FLAC] 13 is a must-have album for any fan of Utada Hikaru or Japanese pop music in general. It showcases her musical evolution, her artistic vision, and her personal journey over the years. It is also a testament to her lasting legacy and impact on the music industry and culture.


If you are interested in downloading this album, you can find it on various online platforms, such as [HDTracks], [Sony], or [Audiophile Music].


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