Links for Fantastic OST Songs from SETTV Dramas Just You and In A Good Way

I had promised to bring some popular Taiwan drama OST downloads and time and memory got away from me but late is better than never. Here’s the promised post with the official full length release of the theme and ending songs for SETTV‘s two popular Friday night dramas – the just finished Just You and the currently airing In A Good Way. Being late with this post does allow me to embed the just released official MV for the Just You opening theme “Beloved” performed as a male-female duet by singers Alien Huang (Xiao Gui) and Genie Zhuo. The song was released last November when SETTV dropped the entire OST for Just You but both Xiao Gui and Genie were really busy with their respective schedules so they were never able to film an MV until now. I don’t mind the wait because the MV is adorable and fresh and pairs sweetly with the catchy song. I love male-female duet Mandarin songs and wish there were more but it’s hard to find two opposite sex singers who can harmonize and complement each other’s voices and song styles well. Xiao Gui and Genie are like lightning in a bottle perfect singing together and “Beloved” is actually their second duet with the first back in 2007. I also love the song because the chorus is sung in Taiwanese and the mixture of Mandarin and Taiwanese is lots of fun to listen to. The Just You OST contains all the songs used in the drama and in addition to “Beloved” my other favorite is the ending theme “Unstoppable Sun” performed by leading man Aaron Yan. I love Aaron’s voice and that soaring song fits his singing style like a glove. IAGW is also adding songs to my playlist with the uptempo opening theme “Good Morning Hard City” by Adrian Fu and the melancholy ending theme “Obviously Love You” by Freya Lim showcasing different spectrums of the Mandarin song variety. Those who love those songs can download the tracks below and I’ve also embedded MVs for those who didn’t watch the dramas and want to have a listen to see what all my fuss is about. It’s good stuff and I enjoy loading my playlist with a mixture of English, Korean, Japanese, and Mandarin songs for the variety and to not get bored with any one genre. Continue reading