Girls' Generation (SNSD) Release Japanese Version 'Oh' on September 26
By Staff Writer | September 10, 2012 08:32 PM EDT
Girls' Generation is announced to a remake of the Korean hit single "Oh!" in a Japanese version. The single will be the title track of their 5th Japanese single.
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The new single is set to release on September 26 following the girls' successful "Paparazzi" 4th single which was awarded as certified gold by Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ).
The ringtone and music video of the Japanese remake of "Oh!" featuring updated visuals is scheduled to release on September 14.
The double A-side single will also contain "All My Love Is For You." Also on the same day, Complete Video Collection featuring most of Girls' Generation's Korean and Japanese music video, as well as a re-edited performances of their first Japanese tour will be released. The video collection is a limited edition, which includes behind-the-scenes music video footage and interview of the girls reviewing their own music videos.
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