Monday, January 3, 2011

MBLAQ’s 1st full album 1st title track ‘Cry' digital release!

The veil of chic-dols MBLAQ’s first full-length album – “BLAQ List” has finally been removed.

“Cry”, one of the title songs of MBLAQ’s first album that only hit the stands 1 year and 2 months after their debut, was revealed at major websites at 11am, 3 January 2011.

Anticipation was heightened after the teaser was released, which showed MBLAQ in 5-metre-deep underwater. “Cry” is a song which expresses the feelings of a man who is trying to hold on to a woman whom has left him. It has a different feeling compared to “Y”, which expresses the feeling of a man who is going to take revenge against the woman who has left him.

“Cry” was composed and written by the famous E-Tribe, who also produced SNSD’s “Gee”. The song follows the style of ‘Slow Urban R&B’, which has a trendy and unique drum sounds and impressively sophisticated melody line.

Following the dream-like teaser, the beautiful MV and song has been revealed.

MBLAQ’s agency, J.Tune Camp, commented, “The completed full-length album, which MBLAQ and the nation’s best producers and staff have devoted themselves into for months, will be released officially a week later, on 10 January 2011.” They also added, “You can feel the difference and upgrade of the music that is unique to MBLAQ.”

The teaser of another title song of MBLAQ’s first full-length album will be released two days later, on the 5th.
SOURCE: Nate News
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