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f(x)'s New Album 'Electric Shock' Tops iTunes Chart in US and Canada

By Staff Writer | June 12, 2012 11:17 AM EDT

f(x)'s New Album 'Electric Shock' Tops iTunes Chart in US and Canada
f(x)'s New Album 'Electric Shock' Tops iTunes Chart in US and Canada (Photo : .)

f(x)'s new mini album ‘Electric Shock’ takes 1st place on the iTunes' Electronic Album Chart in U.S. and Canada.

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‘Electric Shock,’ the title song of f(x)'s newly released album, has topped various music charts in Korea as soon as it was released. Even now, it is still #1 on the daily chart of Melon, Ginny, Mnet, Naver Music and other major music sites.

Further, on June 12, f(x) released the music video of ‘Electric Shock’ on their official homepage, YouTube SMTOWN Facebook, and f(x) Facebook page as well as Melon, Ginny, Naver music and other music sites. The music video has been grabbing the attention of many music lovers as it delivers sensational images of f(x)'s distinct charm, unique fashion, and stylish performance. (Click here to watch the music video)

f(x)'s new mini album will be officially released offline on June 13.

Tagged :  f(x), iTunes, U.S., Canada, Electric Shock

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