Rainbow (stylized as RINBOW) is the fifth studio album by Japanese recording artist Ayumi Hamasaki, released on 18 December 2002 by Avex Trax that January; All lyrics were written by Hamasaki, and Japanese producer Max Matsuura returned to produce the album. The album was Hamasaki's first to feature conversational English lyrics, where in her previous works she had only used single words.
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RAINBOW is Hamasaki Ayumi's fifth full-length album. Fans were asked to send keywords and thoughts on the clip, which Hamasaki used as inspiration for the song lyrics. The completed song was released on the A BALLADS compilation several months later
Released December 18, 2002. 1. Everlasting Dream Lyrics.
Rainbow" is the fifth studio album by Ayumi Hamasaki ". To date "RAINBOW" has sold over 1,858,000 copies and is the 89th best selling album in Japan ]. History. This album featured more music producing from DAI (of Do As Infinity) and Crea (Hamasaki's producer pen name). Since "Loveppears", this album is the first studio album from her that did not break the two million mark.
Each song coincides with each other, making smooth transitions between. Each of the fifteen tracks on the seventy-one minute epic combine nicely to form one unique and beautiful piece of art. It establishes itself as more of a journey than just an album with a bunch of singles on it, something that many artists fail at miserably. Overall, even with its non-shining moments, Ayumi Hamasaki’s Rainbow is still a very decent album. It has some low points, but it has some high points as well. I’d recommend this album to anyone interested in exploring the J-pop genre, though I must mention that Rainbow is not entirely representative of typical J-pop.