K-rock

FTISLAND: 未体験FUTURE

By Paris365 on June 02, 2014

FTISLAND: 未体験FUTURE

Korean rock group FTISLAND have continued to do very, very well for themselves in Japan, so it should come as no surprise that they've just released a new Japanese single, which actually happens to be their 13th Japanese single already.

Korean rock group FTISLAND have continued to do very, very well for themselves in Japan, so it should come as no surprise that they've just released a new Japanese single, which actually happens to be their 13th Japanese single already. (Where does the time go?) As you can see above, it's entitled 未体験FUTURE. Phonetically, that's Mitaiken Future. Google translates that as "Non-Experience Future." That might sound kind of dismal, but the song's music is entirely upbeat with some of Choi Jong-hoon and Song Seung-hyun's best fretwork to date, the guitars downright scorching.

CNBLUE: RE:BLUE

By Paris365 on February 15, 2013

CNBLUE: RE:BLUE

Korean pop rock quartet CNBLUE's 4th mini-album is named RE:BLUE because it represents the rebirth of CNBLUE. And, wow, what an inspired rebirth it is.

Pop rock quartet CNBLUE's 4th mini-album is named RE:BLUE because it represents the rebirth of CNBLUE. It seems they felt like they were just going through the motions recently so they deliberately set out to be more creative and expand their horizons when it came to the writing of RE:BLUE. To that end, lead vocalist/rhythm guitarist Jung Yong-hwa found himself rather inspired and was involved in writing the lyrics and composing the music for the mini-album's five new songs. Lead guitarist/background vocalist Lee Jong-hyun also co-wrote one of the tracks.

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