Big Bang will have a new album in November

September 25, 2008 at 11:17 pm | Posted in Music, Releases | 4 Comments
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Big Bang’s album in November has been announced.

Big Bang’s new album will be released in November and they are expected to have activities until the end of the year. It’s been announced that on October 22, their first regular Japanese album “Number 1” will be released. This album will consist of 6 new songs along with preexisting songs to show off Big Bang’s colors.

On September 27 on the live broadcasting of MBC’s “Show! Music Core,” they will finish their activities of their mini album “Stand Up.” On this broadcasting, Big Bang will perform “Day By Day” and “Heaven.”

“Heaven,” which was co-written by G-Dragon and Daishi Dance, had a great placement on Melon (#2 for 3 weeks) and other music charts, while “Day By Day” had placements #1 and #2. Some have argued, though, that “Heaven” was just as good as the title song “Day By Day.”

YG Entertainment said, “We received a lot of requests from the fans to perform ‘Heaven,’ so on their last performance they will do it for the first time.”

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  1. Wait, does that mean 2 albums then? 1 full-length Korean alb in Nov, and their Japanese in Oct?

    o__O Damn. I’ll be broke again.

  2. i think so.
    one in KR and one in JP. ^^

    last broadcasting… oh T^T

  3. actually, the article was not very clear, but i’m guessing it’s the japanese one that’s in november. like, the release date is actually at the end of october, but they’ll be promoting and stuff during november.

    it’s the same as the wonder girls article. they said their comeback was in october, when their single really drops at the end of sept, simply bc during the month of oct they’ll be promoting.

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