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Super Show 2 (album)

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Super Show 2 - Super Junior The 2nd Asia Tour Concert Album
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Super Show 2 - Super Junior The 2nd Asia Tour Concert Album cover
Live album by Super Junior
Released 10 December 2009 (2009-12-10)
Recorded 17–19 July 2009
Olympic Fencing Gymnasium
Genre K-pop, dance, R&B, hip hop, trot
Language Korean
Label SM Entertainment
Super Junior chronology
Super Show Concert Album
(2008)Super Show Concert Album2008
Super Show 2 Concert Album
(2009)
Super Show 3 Concert Album
(2011)Super Show 3 Concert Album2011

Super Show 2 - Super Junior The 2nd Asia Tour Concert Album is the second live album of South Korean boy band Super Junior. It was released on 10 December 2009 by SM Entertainment. The album was recorded at their concerts held at the Olympic Fencing Gymnasium in Seoul, South Korea from 17 to 19 July 2009, the first stop of their 2nd Asia Tour – "Super Show 2".

The album includes 35 live tracks and five studio version bonus tracks: remixed version of "Sorry, sorry", R&B ballad "Sorry Sorry-Answer", re-arranged versions of "It's You" and "Shining Star" as well as classic pop track "Puff The Magic Dragon". "Sorry, Sorry-Answer" and "It's You" were also released online at Melon, Dosirak, and Cyworld before the album's release.[1] A music video of "Sorry Sorry-Answer", was also released on 10 December in celebration of the live album.[2] "Sorry, Sorry - Answer", peaked at number one for 2 weeks on the MYX international countdown.[citation needed]

The album was also released in Taiwan by Avex Taiwan on 15 January 2010.[3] It debuted at number one on Taiwan's G-Music Weekly G-Music J-Pop/K-Pop Chart with percentage sales of 44.69%.

Track listing

CD 1

  1. "A Man In Love" (5:35)
  2. "U" (4:07)
  3. "It's You" (Rearranged) (4:07)
  4. "She Wants It" (3:58)
  5. "Angela" (3:17)
  6. "Miracle" (Rearranged) (2:38)
  7. "Disco Drive" (Rearranged) (3:48)
  8. "Dancing Out" (Rearranged) (3:14)
  9. "Baby Baby" (Sungmin) (2:36)
  10. "Hon" (Soul) (Heechul) (2:38)
  11. "Beautiful" (Donghae) (3:04)
  12. "Chenyeom" (Yesung) (3:12)
  13. "Insomnia" (Ryeowook) (2:54)
  14. "7 Nyeonganui Sarang" (7 Years of Love) (Kyuhyun) (5:31)
  15. "What If" (3:24)
  16. "Heartquake" (4:11)
  17. "Honey" (Leeteuk) (2:27)
  18. "Doc wa chumeul" + "Run to you" (Kangin) (3:40)
  19. "Don't Don" (4:20)
  20. "Twins (Knock Out)" (3:22)

CD 2

  1. "Our Love" (Rearranged) (3:47)
  2. "Who Am I" (Siwon) (3:27)
  3. "Dangshinikie" (At Least I Still Have You) (4:18)
  4. "Me" (3:59)
  5. "Shining Star" (Rearranged) (4:21)
  6. "Sorry Sorry" - Remix (4:46)
  7. "Syupeomaen" (SuperMan) (3:24)
  8. "Rokuko" (2:57)
  9. "Gee" (3:24)
  10. "Kkuldanji" (Sunny) (Rearranged) (3:06)
  11. "Pajama Party" (Rearranged) (3:24)
  12. "Carnival" (3:26)
  13. "Sowoni Innayo" (Sapphire Blue) (2:58)
  14. "Marry U" (3:18)
  15. "Sorry, Sorry - Answer" (studio version) (4:58)
  16. "Sorry, sorry" - Remix (studio version) (4:48)
  17. "It's You" (Rearranged) (studio version) (4:08)
  18. "Puff the magic dragon" (studio version) (3:35)
  19. "Shining Star" (Rearranged) (studio version) (4:22)

Charts

Country Chart Period Peak position Sales
Taiwan G-Music J-Pop/K-Pop Chart 15 - 21 January 2010 (week 3) 1 44.69%[4]

References

  1. ^ Kim, Lynn (8 December 2009). "Super Junior to release live album this week". Asiae. Retrieved 26 April 2012. 
  2. ^ Kim, Lynn (9 December 2009). "Super Junior to release new music video tomorrow". Asiae. Retrieved 26 April 2012. 
  3. ^ "Super Show - Super Junior The 2nd Asia Tour Concert Album info" Avex Taiwan. 15 January 2010. Retrieved 2012-03-20 (in Chinese)
  4. ^ "This links to the current week - search for week number at the bottom of page" G-Music J-Pop/K-Pop Chart. Retrieved 2012-03-23 (in Chinese)

External links

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