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Records and became her official first holiday single. It was released on iTunes in November The single had only a digital release but six days later, it was released on the single " What Hurts the Most " which was the first single from their second album. In the UK, despite it being a B-side track, the song is regularly played throughout music channels during the festive season.

It was released as part of their Christmas album, It's Christmas Time. The song entered the Billboard Hotbecoming the first time a cover version of the song appeared on the chart. British singer Joe McElderry covered the song in This version was released as a single on 19 December[] an EP was also released digitally in Ireland on 4 Novemberand in the UK on 7 November Joe McElderry's version is taken from his third studio album, Classic Christmasreleased 28 November A short music video was made using footage which was filmed for the Classic Christmas ' s album advertising, it features McElderry outside in the snow, collecting logs and taking them to a large house preparing for a Christmas party, a similar video was made for McElderry's version of " O Come All Ye Faithful ".

The advert and both videos were directed by Steve Lucker. The song serves as the lead single from Grande's Christmas Kisses. It was released on 19 November in the iTunes Store. Bianca Gracie of Idolator described the song as "quintessential Carly" for highlighting Jepsen's unique vocals and synth production and wrote that her cover will "charm your A more critical review came from music blog Popcrushwho deemed the cover overproduced, saying "The slick production is a disservice to both Carly's vocals and the original's emotional heft.

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Art punkindie rockpop punk. The second episode also makes it clear if the opener and the closer for the first episode didn't that this is going to be a heavily musically-themed series, as we see the possible beginnings of the band that is playing in the opener.

Given that one of the main female characters is an established idol and the other looks like an up-and-coming lead singer for a band, some juicy potential for romantic conflict is in the air. Mind you, none of this is done in an extraordinarily fresh or compelling fashion, and none of these are fresh characters, but Fuuka has just enough pushy charm, enough irony is in play, and the writing sells just enough of a message about trying to find one's passion to pull it off.

A great opener, which is partially animated to a band performing the opening song, also helps, as do some solid technical merits courtesy of diomedia.

Ultimately my enthusiasm for continuing with this series could be influenced by how dense Yuu turns out to be about the potential romances starting to swirl around him. Hmmm, a female childhood friend you haven't seen in years who's become a successful idol calls you out of the blue? Not suspicious at all. But despite the onerous start there's at least some potential here.

In a world of anime populated by elaborate harem scenarios and star-crossed fantastical romances fueled entirely by angst, it's downright quaint to get an old-fashioned teen romance between two moody kids with relatively normal problems and simple lives.

If nothing else, Fuuka definitely feels like it's calling back to a simpler time and simpler audience demands. Given enough time, everything old can feel new again. Allure of simplicity aside, it's always been my impression that if you've seen one Kouji Seo joint, you've seen 'em all. I couldn't make it through Suzuka back in the day, and I'm not sure I'd personally have the patience for Fuuka either. Basic teen angst definitely has its draw as an aesthetic, but if the characters are just going to be garden-variety obnoxious high schoolers, I won't deny that I prefer the extra kick that a supernatural twist or other juicy hook can provide.

It would be different if this show was an in-depth exploration of complex feelings between adolescent characters, but Seo has never proven to be interested in that kind of writing. He's a man of simple tastes from what I can tell, who carved his niche in romance by writing basic teen dramas mired in the melodrama of love, just aimed more directly at a male audience than the female audience that tends to dominate that genre sphere.

It's a perfectly solid niche to occupy, somebody's gotta do it, but with that knowledge in mind, I'd say Fuuka is made for dudes who enjoy shallow yet satisfying teen romance that's angled more to their perspective than all the shojo standards aimed at girls.

For that audience, shows like this probably don't come along often enough, and I'm sure they'll enjoy it. For everyone else, if Seo's past work is any indication, this is going to be the most basic teen romance premise stretched All That She Wants (Original Mix) - Various - Los Cuarenta Winter 2017 (CD) over familiar-yet-flat character types who'll waffle around in a love triangle until Seo's had enough of making mountains out of molehills and pairs them off.

Make of that what you will, and maybe you can make room for this in your anime viewing schedule if something better doesn't come along. This season looks like a sparse one. It's a tale as old as anime: bland guy meets charismatic girl, and they usually end up together after surviving a few dozen ridiculous plot twists.

Fuuka may be working straight from the romantic comedy playbook, but its execution is solid enough to make a decent first impression. Not a stellar first impression, mind you, but one that's good enough to give a show a chance. For her part, Fuuka is blunt and forward without coming across as a one-note character. There's enough charm in her quirks to sell the idea of Yuu falling for her, which is always crucial in a series like this.

There are some early signs of depth from both of them, so it looks like we have a mildly interesting central couple on our hands. Not everything works as well as the main characters, and the story in particular has me concerned at the moment.

Even in the first episode, we see a couple of boneheaded rom-com plot points, and watching Yuu and Fuuka walk around in circles trying to find one another made me want to punch something. The series also seems to lack any kind of subtlety when it comes to fanserviceas it feels the need to write in dialogue pointing out whenever a character's underwear is visible. All That She Wants Remixes All that All That She Wants (Original Mix) - Various - Los Cuarenta Winter 2017 (CD) wants mowlo remix.

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Fortunately, the show picks up pretty substantially from there. Fuuka 's first episode is mostly just romantic drama setup, but it is significantly elevated by the fact that both Yuu and Fuuka seem to have actual personalities. Yuu is shy and insecure, and the ways the show articulates that feel human and endearing. He spends most of his time cataloging his thoughts on twitter, is relatively confident among his family members, but ends up mumbling over himself when forced to talk to classmates.

And when he does something embarrassing, he actually obsesses over it, presenting an altogether solid portrait of a tech-savvy but socially immature person. In contrast, Fuuka feels loud and confident in a way that only sometimes falls All That She Wants (Original Mix) - Various - Los Cuarenta Winter 2017 (CD) typical tsundere routines. The two start off on stereotypically antagonistic footing, but she's soon opening up about her love of music, and expressing a solid mix of clear desires and romantic uncertainty.

So far, that's about all there is to Fuuka. The show has a clean look, but isn't particularly striking in either visual design or animation. The story isn't particularly inventive or propulsive, but the characters feel like reasonable people. If you can handle a few cliche moments and some random fanserviceFuuka seems like an all-around competent romance. Like all of Seo's works, Fuuka follows the romantic saga of a young man who has recently moved to a new town Tokyo, of coursehas an encounter with a girl who is maybe one step away from a Manic Pixie Dream Girl, and finds himself pulled into her orbit.

That by itself doesn't make for a lackluster story — after all, it's a formula that's been working for decades in the rom-com world. What does make this a less than thrilling first episode is how very little it tries to do anything but follow the formula.

Fuuka even looks like Suzukafrom the short blue hair to her athletic movements, and Yuu's addiction to tweeting his life is about all that thus far sets him apart from his fellows. If you like this basic story, however, Fuuka does appear to be moving along at a nice pace. When Yuu's eldest sister Maya gives him tickets to a romantic movie that Fuuka wants to see, she convinces him to take her to it, letting it slip at the end that she's interested in seeing if they can develop a romance.

That's a nice little change from the boy having to do all of the pursuing, and despite Fuuka 's certainty that boys are trying to snap pics of her underwear hint: if that makes you nervous, wear a longer skirtshe's generally sunny and uninhibited. Of course, these are characteristics that contribute to her obvious quirkiness; others include the fact that she doesn't own a cell phone and she prefers to listen to her music on CD.

Yuu seems to find these more irritating than endearing at this point, and it will be interesting to see if her forwardness ultimately turns him off, especially once childhood-friend-turned-idol-singer appears in episode two. Although there are some really weird looking scenes of walking and one head-bangingly stupid moment of Fuuka and Yuu circling the Hachiko statue in Shibuya trying to find each other, for the most part this is a fairly pretty episode, with decent animation and a soft color scheme.

The fanservice feels a little forced, with Fuuka 's skirt flipping up and Yuu's sisters inexplicably lounging around in their underwear or Yuu's inexplicable discomfort with seeing his sisters, depending on how you feel about itbut not to the point where there are boobs jiggling all over the place or an incessant wind keeping skirts lifted.

On the whole, this feels like the serviceable start to a very basic romance of the kind that we've seen or read before, even from the same author. While it may very well get increasingly frustrating as it goes on, right now this is looking like romance comfort food that isn't interested in playing with the recipe. No account yet? Registering is freeeasyand private. Discuss in the forum, contribute to the Encyclopedia, build your own MyAnime lists, and more.

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