The long-awaited Zhang Ya Dong (张亚东) album that was supposed to include a new song by Faye Wong (王菲) was finally released on Feb. 1, Sunday. The album title is Qian Liu (Undercurrent), and the title of the “new” song is “I Love You” (我爱你, Wo Ai Ni). Obviously, it’s not new. It’s from the closing soundtrack of Zhang Yuan’s (张元) 2002 movie by the same name. However, according to the music label Taihe Rye, the song has been rearranged.
In his Aug. 27 comment re the new song, y.A.S.d. said, “It is only interesting if this song is not the ‘wo ai ni’ song we already got from the soundtrack oO.” Well, looks as though y.A.S.d. had it right — it is “I Love You.” The audio below is from the film — not from Zhang’s latest album.
Interestingly, sources report that the album has been released in digital format only, i.e., it’s not on CD. I’d like to have confirmation on this.
UPDATE 7 Feb. 2009. Comment by Anonymous:
i believe this is the version. Take a look from 2.30-2.50
[Feifan: The MP3 was taken from the YouTube version, uploaded by AnternetChannel on 18 Jan. 2009. Thanks Anonymous. This YouTube version sounds like the OST above.]
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