CNBLUE To Release 4th Major Japan Single This Winter
By Mari @cnbstorm / colormecnblue | October 02, 2012 10:34 PM EDT
CNBLUE want to go home with you for Christmas this year with another Mini Album on sale by December 19th 2012.
Get ready for more new music from CN to the BLUE this year! As if CNBLUE weren't already successful enough with the four chart topping, sell out albums they have dropped during 2012 so far, they now announce that there will be a fifth added to the bunch with the newest addition becoming available right before Christmas time.
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FNC Entertainment and Warner Japan have just released new information on the officlal CNBLUE Japan website regarding a new mini album scheduled just in time for Christmas on December 19th, 2012. This will make CNBLUE's 4th Major Japan album release to date and the 5th release overall for this year alone. The new mini album will be available in three versions: Limited Edition, Special Warner Music Direct Edition, and Normal Edition, details are as follows:
CD & DVD Limited Edition ￥2,520 (tax included)
Title Track's MV & Making BTS Film
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Warner Music Direct Limited Ed. ￥1,890 (tax included)
Christmas card attached w/ Special package
Normal Ed. ￥1,260 (tax included)
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