Album art (and album tracklist): Girls' generation - The boys

Girls' generation - The boys | Album art & tracklist

Girls' generation have but barely tied up their activities in Japan, yet Slave Monger entertainment have these under fed broads working like Korean Kunta Kinte's to hustle with their new Korean full length.

The vocals for Girls' generation's upcoming Korean album were all recorded during a Korean air flight back to Seoul on an iPad, except for SooYoung's. SM had her record her shit whilst paramedics were removing her from the car wreckage which ensued as a result of her motoring incident.

SM do not care about these bitches lives.

  1. The boys
  2. Telepathy
  3. Say yes
  4. Trick
  5. How great is your love
  6. My J
  7. Oscar
  8. Top secret
  9. Lazy girl
  10. Sunflower
  11. Vitamin
  12. Mr. Taxi (Korean version)

I was all over Girls' generation's Japanese debut. It was way above and beyond what I was expecting it to be. But I'm not expecting much from this. None of their Korean full lengths or mini albums have been good. It's always a case of 1 killer song and then pure filler made up of dreary ballads and sugary sweet songs which sound like the type of thing you'd expect to hear from a group of 6 year olds.

Lead single "The boys" will premiere on October 4, with talk of the Korean Kunta Kinte's also cracking the US with the help of Teddy Riley. This is a great plan. Because that fool did such an AMAZING job with RaNia.

The album art looks a fugly mess, so it's very much in line with all of their Korean album covers.

Album review: Girls' generation's Japanese debut

1 comment:

  1. "The vocals for Girls' generation's upcoming Korean album were all recorded during a Korean air flight back to Seoul on an iPad, except for SooYoung's. SM had her record her shit whilst paramedics were removing her from the car wreckage which ensued as a result of her motoring incident."

    LMFAO Sad part is, this is probably true.

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