ONEUS – Dopamine Album MP3 320kbps / RAR / Zip Audio Download
ONEUS has unveiled his first album tagged “Dopamine”.
The debut Japanese full-length album by ONEUS is titled Dopamine. The album’s title tune, “Dopamine,” was released on November 23, 2022.
Member Ravn is included on the album but did not take part in the promotions, despite the fact that his resignation from the group was announced on October 27, 2022.
The physical album comes in nine versions: Regular A, Regular B, First Press Limited Edition, and 6 member-specific versions.
Dopamine album by ONEUS was distributed by kiss entertainment.
|Audio Format||MP3 320kbps / RAR / CD, CD+DVD, download, streaming|
|Released Date||November 25, 2022|
|Recorded||2020 – 2022|
Itsumo Dokokade – Album by Keisuke Kuwata
|3||Don’t know why|
|4||Same Scent (Japanese Version)|
|5||Bring it on (Japanese Version)|
|6||A Song Written Easily (Japanese Version)|
|7||TO BE OR NOT TO BE (Japanese Version)|
The opening of Dopamine gave me great hope, and a sliver of that hope remains throughout much of the song. It has a propulsive quality that appeals to me, even if the melodies are boiler-plate K-pop-turned-J-pop in a way we’ve heard hundreds of times before. Still, if you underline a lackluster hook with a brisk, funky beat, it’s bound to elevate a song’s appeal.
Like so many boy group releases of this sub-genre, Dopamine can’t quite commit to its strengths. We’ve got a thrilling burst of energy during its chorus, followed by a lifeless post-chorus hook that lands with a thud. A second-verse tempo shift also does the song no favors. I’m not sure why producers remain so intent on screwing up the momentum, but it remains a consistent problem on tracks like this.
At its best, Dopamine tries to take advantage of ONEUS’s vocal line. Whenever the vocals are allowed to soar, the track nearly takes off. But, these moments are truncated in a frustrating way.
Rather than hit us with a blaze of glory, Dopamine settles for the style of aimless sing-talk that fills space but doesn’t thrill in the long run. It’s too bad, because the song’s electro-powered chorus has tons of potential.
Review Source: Song Review: ONEUS – Dopamine