First of all, a brief visual of the actual album presentation. Extremely designed packaging! 🙂 <3
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WWW: Remake: Removing One’s Makeup
I don’t usually comment on the physical presentation of our Guys albums. They are always equally beautiful. However, Jaejoong’s WWW Remake album came in so uniquely packaged that I feel compelled to express my reaction to it.
I received my copy yesterday. I had waited some time for it to come in. Waiting makes for more anticipation, right? The package was oversized! I remember thinking, “Gracious, why is this package so huge?
After removing the bubble wrap, I placed the album on the table while I looked at each element of its presentation. There were several things that caught my attention. I noted the shape. It was reminiscent of the speakers on stage viewed from above.[Note: check out the first picture in the booklet] It also had a coffin feel. Mostly, it looked like a gift box, especially considering the lid of gold and black. A rich presentation. The gold band encircling the box referenced the first WWW: Who When Why.
I removed the lid and gently put it aside. The photo/lyrics booklet was on top. It was a tight fit that bent the corners just a wee bit. No bigee. The pictures and info were worth the wait, Encased in the main body of the package were the CD and DVD. They were almost anti-climatic after the excitement of the presentation. Yet, don’t get me wrong. This album would be beautiful sent in a plain cardboard box. The booty is the tracklist. Outstanding work, Jaejoong!
I felt as if I was receiving a marvelous gift, this repackaged WWW. I especially like ‘Heaven’, Keshou’, Butterfly… To be honest, I like all of the songs. Jaejoong has such a beautiful, expressive voice–he owns this album on many levels. I’m just happy that he took advantage of the opportunity to share these songs and pictures with us. What’s next? If this album is any indicator–the sky is the limit!
I look forward to Jaejoong’s next album.
Narrative Credit: Momma Cha @jyjfantalk.com