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Hey CaliforniaDreamsFan! Sorry for my long departure in the reviewing process, but I'll likely be doing a few more here and there. Since I'm not longer in the GA Cup, my reviews will just be coming in a bulleted list versus my previous section-by-section style. Here it goes:
Remove "units" after "physical sales"
"Musically, "Appears" is an dance song. It is written in third person perspective, and is about the third person watching a happy and loving relationship." --> "Musically, "Appears" is an dance song written in third person perspective, and is about the third person watching a happy and loving relationship."
"300,000 unit" --> "300,000 units"
I think you could connect the bottom two paragraphs in the lead
"long-time" --> "longtime"
"She stated that the song is about the third person watching a happy and loving relationship. "It's about lovers..." --> "She stated that the song is about the third person watching a happy and loving relationship: "It's about lovers..."
""Appears" was released by Avex Trax on November 10, 1999 as the sixth single from the album, which was also released on the same day. " --> Source?
"2005–2006" --> "2005-06"
"criticised" --> "criticized"
"It lasted three weeks on the top 200, one of Hamasaki's lowest spanning singles in that chart." --> "It lasted three weeks on the top 200, becoming one of Hamasaki's lowest spanning singles in that chart."
Add "2000" in parentheses after Super Eurobeat Presents Ayu-ro Mix
Don't have to include "in 1999" for the "Recording" process
Use two columns for the "Personnel" section please
Too many countries in the "Digital download" section on the table; do you think this is necessary if at all?