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Girls' Generation (SNSD) to Release Japanese Single on September 26

By Staff Writer | August 10, 2012 02:10 PM EDT

Girls' Generation (SNSD) To Release Japanese Single on September 26
Girls' Generation (SNSD) To Release Japanese Single on September 26 (Photo : d)

Universal Music Japan has announced that Girls' Generation will be releasing a new Japan single along with their video collection. Both of these will be released on the same day, September 26.

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The official name for the album has yet to be confirmed. The single will come out with two different versions. One will be a limited edition one with a DVD and the other will be the regular edition. The single itself will have 2 new songs and the limited edition with the DVD will include a music video of one of the two new songs. 

Also, their video collection, 'GIRLS' GENERATION COMPLETE VIDEO COLLECTION' will be release in 4 different versions.

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