BEAST Comeback Album Track List Revealed!
By Staff Writer | July 18, 2012 11:36 AM EDT
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This will be their comeback after a one year and two month hiatus. On July 18, their agency revealed their track list for the mini album. There is a total of 6 songs in this album.
The Tracklist for their new album will include:
1. "Midnight (The Night I Count the Stars)"
2. "It's a Beautiful Night" [TITLE TRACK]
3. "Not Me"
4. "When I Miss You"
5. "The Day You Rest"
6. "Dream Girl"
Their title song, "It's a Beautiful Night," was written by a new producer. BEAST had always performed songs written by Shinsadong Tiger, however for this album they chose a new producing team, Goodnight-Sleep Well, which is a group who makes electrosynthpop music.
Their title song shows off their confidence with a wide range of music. This song contains an electronic sound mixed with BEAST's great vocals and performance.
Member Yong Jun Hyung has also produced 2 songs for this album, "The Day You Rest" and "Dream Girl."
BEAST's new album will contain a wide range of music genres in hopes to show their fans a new side to them. CUBE Entertainment commented, "BEAST has worked hard to create a new side to them. Please continue to support them when they make their comeback stage."
BEAST will make their comeback on July 22.
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