SHINee Mini-album ‘Sherlock’ Released!
By Staff Writer | March 18, 2012 04:44 PM EDT
The interest of SHINee’s new single ‘Sherlock’ is very hot.
The new mini-album was released all around the world through iTunes and various Korean online music platforms on March 19, Korea time. The album will hit stores offline on March 21.
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The title track especially ‘Sherlock’ has garnered attention as being an entirely new style of hybrid remix also the dance was choreographed by world-renowned choreographer Tony Testa.
The fans who have listened to new single ‘Sherlock’ have welcomed the new change stating, “Sounds like SHINee.”
Especially this album includes a song written by member Jonghyun titled ‘Always In The Same Spot’ expressing his gratitude for fans that shown their steadfast love and support.
As well as the two songs that was remixed for ‘Sherlock’ are ‘Clue’ and ‘Note,’ the colorful impressive solos and string session of guitar in ‘The Reason,’ and ‘Alarm Clock’ where Jonghyun and Minho participated in the lyrics about wishing to wake up from a nightmare of past break-up.
The album includes 7 songs in various music colors, including ‘Stranger’ which has been selected for main theme song for ‘Strangers6,’ a Korea-China-Japan joint drama, with thrilling sound and melody composed by Kenzie.
SHINee has been building up the anticipation of fans with releasing a sneak peak preview of ‘Sherlock’ on March 15 through YouTube, Facebook and others.
SHINee will have their comeback stage on ‘M! Countdown’ on March 22.
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