Thursday, 2 August 2012

[News] CNBLUE to unleash 1st full-length Japanese album “CODE NAME BLUE”

Top Korean rock band CNBLUE will release their first full-length Japanese album later this month, their agency FNC Entertainment said in a statement Thursday.
CNBLUE will be rolling out their first Japanese-language record titled “CODE NAME BLUE” onAugust 29, which includes songs composed and produced by the leader Jung Yong-hwa and guitarist Lee Jong-hyun.
Out of 13 songs in “CODE NAME BLUE,” Jung wrote a total of nine of the tracks, the officials said.
His musical talent will be shown through the nine tracks including “Intro 02,” “Time is over,” “Have a good night,” “Wake up” and “Mr. KIA.”
Lee, meanwhile, produced “These days” and “Get Away” and the two idols produced “No More” and “Come on” together.
In addition to the 13 new tracks, the reps said the boys listed two originals, “In My Head” and “Where you are,” from their past albums.
In the meantime, CNBLUE rolled out their third Japanese single “Come on” on Wednesday, featuring the title track of the same name, “Wake Up” and “Miracle.”
The group also held a special autograph session with about 5,000 fans in attendance at the Lazona Kawasaki Plaza in Kawasaki, Japan to celebrate the release of their latest album.

Re-posted from : cnbluestorm
Source | Credit: 10Asia |

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