Album arrived sealed and in perfect condition. No dents or damages! Came with photocard as well. This is such a beautiful photobook and album, highly recommend!
A great album by one of the best k-pop groups out there right now.
I've been a fan of Oh My Girl since I saw a couple of their music videos on TV. "Liar Liar" was just too cute and I wanted to buy the album that featured that song. While I plan on buying all their CDs in the future, I started with the 3rd mini album just because of "Liar Liar"!My favorite songs are "Windy Day" (the title track), "Liar Liar" the Korean version, and "Liar Liar" the Chinese version.
I discovered this new group via a friend linking to their youtube videos. The music is mostly pop, with a small amount of rap and some really excellent melodic vocals. I'm not a music nerd, so take my descriptions as an amateur rather than definitive. I will say that I prefer groups with a large number of voices, I just think that they sound richer and more interesting than a single single or a duo. (For example, I really like Pentatonix).The Asian music industry seems to be a very different animal than the American music industry and I think it's a nice difference.The title song, Windy Day, Has some excellent vocals, a nice pop background, and a nice almost Middle Eastern musical interlude in the chorus. It will certainly get your feet tapping.My personal favorite is Liar Liar (two versions, Korean and Chinese). The video is pretty impressive, but the song alone is very pop and something I find myself humming recently.Stupid in Love is a much calmer, laid back song. More ballad than pop.B612 (no, I have no idea why that's the name) is also a really nice mix between ballad and pop. I really like it. The rap in the middle is a nice touch. And when I say rap, it's not harsh, in your face, or hard. Just a nice voice speaking rhythmically.Knock Knock has a little more rap vocal than the others. It's more pop than B612 and Stupid in Love.Certainly the rest of this mini album is worth the time. Unlike many K- and J-pop, it's OK that I don't understand the vocals, it's just as interesting without it.This version, while pricey, comes in a really nice case with a large selection of pictures of the group.