Faye Wong - Fuzao
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June 1, 1996 / Release Date
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morningsbell
94
Faye Wong is honestly a legend. Her status in Chinese and Cantonese speaking areas is equivalent to Celine Dion in the west, but musically she's more of a Bjork or Kate Bush. It still fascinates me to no end that this album is basically a dream pop album, with many Cocteau Twins influences and even a song written with them. What a gorgeous and colorful Mandopop classic...
ElectricMess
91
I wish I knew what exactly Faye Wong was saying, as my friend tells me the lyrics are amazing, but to be honest, I don't think I need to. Music is able to break down language barriers is one of the biggest things that sets it apart from literature and film to me, and I can't think of a better example than this gorgeous piece of mandopop. I don't need to understand her language to know what understand what Faye Wong is saying because the music and melody do that for her. Fuzao is a beautiful yet ... read more
Inglume
90
As someone who spent most of their childhood having to deal with parents overplaying the crap out of Chinese pop tunes all day, I always dismissed Faye Wong as just another over-hyped and generic Chinese idol that people seemed to love cause she was everywhere. I didn't expect much going into this given that I was indifferent towards her biggest hits.

Jeez, I was so wrong. This record in particular is one of the most intriguing and fascinating dream-pop and ethereal albums I've ever heard. ... read more
Stephayeet
90
I liked it, it was fun to listen to
Pal
88
Gorgeous.
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