CNBLUE Jung Yong Hwa Produces Japan Album Title Song with Inspiration from 'Avengers'
By Staff Writer | August 07, 2012 08:40 AM EDT
CNBLUE's first Japan album's title song music video has been released.
Their first official Japan album, CODE NAME BLUE, will be released on August 29.
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The title song, "Time is Over" was written and produced by leader Jung Yong Hwa. Jung Yong Hwa is said to have received inspiration from the movie "Avengers" while writing this song.
"I am stronger. You want to break me, but you can't bring me down. The time to rest is over." You can see from the lyrics that CNBLUE will be coming back with a stronger and more mature image.
Jung Yong Hwa commented, "Since this is our first Japan album, we worked especially hard on it. We are doing this for our fans who have waited all this time and for the people who listen to our songs and become inspired and strong."
Their new music video shows the members rehearsing together in their practice room.
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