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Girl group Apink to drop special album as gift for fans

All News 14:23 December 07, 2016

SEOUL, Dec. 7 (Yonhap) -- South Korean girl group Apink will drop a special album, "Dear," next week, the band's management agency said.

The highly anticipated album set to be released on Dec. 15 includes the lead song "Star's Star" and freshly arranged versions of previous hits, Plan A Entertainment said Tuesday.

The news songs are the lead track as well as "Dear," which expresses the members' heartfelt feelings toward their fans; "Miss U;" "Ordinary Thing;" "Lost Pieces" and "That Spring, This Autumn."

"Star's Star" relates the fans to stars, in the hopes that each one would remain the group's eternal stars. The song's overall production was spearheaded by eminent producer Duble Sidekick, who also took the reins of the group's famous song "Mr. Chu."

The special album also includes ballad versions of "NoNoNo and "LUV," an R&B version of "Only One," and the instrumentals for "Mr. Chu," "Love Like A Fairytale" and "April 19th."

"This album is a gift to the fans who have showed unwavering love and support to the group for six years straight," Plan A Entertainment added. "It carries a special story and encompasses diverse genres, much like a full-length album."

This image, provided by Plan A Entertainment, shows the track list of South Korean girl group Apink's special album "Dear" to be unveiled on Dec. 15, 2016. (Yonhap)


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