SHINEE 'Boys Meet You' Japanese Full Length Album Tracks Revealed
By Staff Writer | June 01, 2013 06:46 PM EDT
They've conquered music charts and sold millions of albums, Kpop group SHINEe was a show stopper and proves that they can dominate charts locally and worldwide. After their massive success promoting 'Why so Serious?' album, SHINEe is now preparing for the upcoming release of 'Boys Meet U' Japanese album which is scheduled to hit music stores in Japan at theend of June.
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The track lists are revealed early to fans to give them updates on the songs included on the album. SHINEe's 'Boys Meet U' will be released in 3 different packages; CD only, the limited edition and CD and DVD combined version. The CD includes earlier released singles by the group namely: Sherlock, 1000 nen, Dazzling Girl, Zutto Soba Ni Ite and Fire. Other tracks Password, Breaking News, Run with Me and a whole lot more will also be included.
The DVD included in the combined and limited edition will feature their bonus music videos, dance version of Sherlock and Dazzling Girl. It's looking definitely as a must have album for all Shawols. 'Boys Meet U' will be released on June 26th. Now, Shawols, time to save!
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