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Not much to say about Teen Top. I don’t follow them, so listening to their album will be a new experience for me. I only know 2 people out the group. That’s how naive I am about this group and I don’t know any songs of their songs, so…let’s speed date. Like in SHINee’s album release, I will listen to only a minute of each song. It usually takes 10 seconds to tune out of something, so I’m giving them a chance. Hopefully, they’ll be at the chorus in a minute time.
Nothing to really comment about. It’s just an intro to their album and it’s only for 59 seconds. Wow, I didn’t fullfill my minute promise. Jeez…
I think this song will take a few listen because now I’m not feeling it. Please if this is your first time to my blog most songs I hear the first time I have to hear again. What I do like is the little whistle sound during the chorus. As of now that’s the only thing I like so far in this track.
I actually went over my time limit. Good job, Teen Top. This song holds my interest 30 seconds longer then what I promised. Even though, I don’t particularly like ballad songs, this doesn’t really feel like a ballad song. The beats takes it away, will I listen to this song again? It’s at a maybe, right now.
Okay, now this is what I’m talking about. Seriously, this sounds like the 2000’s that I miss so much. If you listen to P Diddy “I need a girl part 2,” this song somewhat reminds me of this song. Somewhat people.
Never Go Back
I wonder if their theme is early 2000 because this song also has what “Stop girl” has. That 2000 feel, but I really like “Stop Girl” better than this song. I don’t really know why, but I really like upbeat songs in the K-pop world. This is not a ballad, but the way the song sound making seem as if it is one.
Jeez, I thought their theme was early 2000, they went straight techno with this song. This is a club banger. I particularly don’t know how their clubs are over there in S.Korea, but this would probably play there. It’s soft where it’s not like a rave, but pretty hard where you want to dance to it.
Mr.Bang [feat. Maboos and Chakun of Electroboyz]
Teen Top, please make up your mind! What are you trying to do in this album? Early 2000, today techno, or gangsta rap. I don’t understand their theme. But this song is in the gangsta category. Taken how Maboos and Chakun is feature in it, it’s a no brainer that this is gangsta-fied. This song from what I’m getting from the English words, this is a song bragging about themselves. I don’t have a problem with it because yes Teen Top you are getting the ladies.
So…how was my review? I don’t explain a lot just the general things I like about the song. But who seriously reads through a long review? I’m sorry to the Teen Top fans who are looking for a review in their favor because that’s what you guys are looking for right? Please respect MY opinion about their album, okay?
Until next time!