Tohoshinki; DBSK – Heart, Mind + Soul

No Words Are Needed
Tomorrow Will Surely Come
Somebody To Love
Million Men
Break Up The Shell
Stay With Me Tonight
Can’t Love, Wanna Love
Heart, Mind + Soul

thoughts. C.
It’s crazy how much Japanese material Tohoshinki managed to put out before splitting. It’s pretty impressive. I didn’t really start checking for their Japanese material until Choosey Lover. To me that’s when they started to come into their own style that way and their releases steadily got better and more polished. Heart, Mind + Soul is their debut Japanese album and it’s a lot more OK then what I use to give it credit for. I use to think it was generic, a tad bit corny and forgettable. Actually, the only song I liked in would go back to this album to listen to was the title track. Now, I’m noticing tracks that I didn’t such as Somebody to Love and Can’t Love, Wanna Love. A mediocre start, yet in a good way.

  • favorite track – Heart, Mind + Soul
    least favorite track – Eternal
    guilty pleasure track – Somebody to Love
    under-rated track – Can’t Love, Wanna Love



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