Super Junior to Release a Repackaged Album Titled 'SPY'
By Staff Writer | August 02, 2012 09:08 AM EDT
After releasing their hit 6th album, Sexy, Free & Single and ranking 1st on music programs, Super Junior will be releasing a repackaged album called SPY, including four new songs.
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'SPY' will be released digitally on the 5th and hit shelves on the 6th. Their new album is expected to receive much love.
They will be promoting their title track from the new album, titled, SPY and will incorporate a James Bond 007 feel as well as an urban dance track with a story of a man chasing the girl he wants.
Also, this repackaged SPY album will also contain Leeteuk and Donghae's self composed track. One of the new tracks, "Only U," was written by the two members and composed by Leeteuk show their gratitude to their fans. "Haru," is also written and composed by Donghae and Urban Zakapa's Kwon Soon Il, and will showcase Donghae's musicality.
The last new track "Outsider" is an upbeat, hip hop dance track. The new repackaged album includes a total of 14 songs, definitely making it a lot better than their 6th album.
In related news, SMTOWN will be holding their Japanese Concert this weekend on Saturday and Sunday at the Tokyo Dome.
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