Girls’ Generation 1st Single – Into The New World
In August 2007, the single “Into the New World” was released. This single included two other songs, “Beginning” and “Perfect for You”, which was later renamed to “Honey” for their self-titled debut album Girls’ Generation. An instrumental of “Into the New World” was also included.
Girls’ Generation 1st Album – Girl’s Generation
After a short break, the group’s first full album was released in late autumn 2007, with the lead single “Girls’ Generation” (Korean: “소녀시대”), a cover of Lee Seung-Chul (Korean: 이승철)’s hit.
Promotion for the single started in early November. Marked by dance routines and vocals, “Girls’ Generation” was a hit for the group, and the album has sold 121,143 copies to date, placing 8th in the year-end charts. In early 2008, Girls’ Generation began promoting their second single, “Kissing You”.
Album Track List:
01. 소녀시대 (Girls’ Generation)
02. Ooh La-La!
03. Baby Baby
05. Kissing You
07. 그대를 부르면 (Tears)
10. Honey (소원)
11. 다시 만난 세계 (Into the new world)
In March 2008, the album was re-released and re-titled Baby Baby. A third single, “Baby Baby”, was used to promote the album.
Girls’ Generation 1st Mini Album – Gee
SNSD’s first mini-album “Gee” was released on January 2009. Interest in the song rose after the digital release, topping Cyworld’s hourly music chart on the release day. The song also went #1 on all major digital music charts within two days.
The group began its album promotion on January 2009 on MBC Show! Music Core. They sang their new single, “Gee”, and “Him Nae (Way To Go)”, another track from the Gee mini-album. This song is a remake of the song “Haptic Motion” that was used in cellphone advertisements and is a mix of bubblegum pop and punk rock.
“Gee” is the record holder for the longest-running #1 on music portal M.net (for 8 weeks), surpassing the previous record of 6 weeks set by the Wonder Girls’ “Nobody”. They also broke the record on KBS’s music show Music Bank by being #1 for 9 consecutive weeks, previously set by Jewelry’s “One More Time, which had 7 wins. They won the award for best-selling song for the first half 2009 for “Gee”. Promotions for the song ended at the end of March.
02. 힘내!(Way to go)
03. Dear. Mom
05. 힘들어하는 연인들을 위해(Let’s talk about Love)
Girls’ Generation 2nd Mini Album – Genie
After a short break SNSD was back with a “Marine Girl” concept; the song, titled “Sowoneul Malhaebwa (Genie)” (Korean: “소원을 말해봐”, literally “Tell Me Your Wish”); the mini album was released digitally on June 22, 2009. The mini-album includes a duet between Jessica and SHINee member Onew called “One Year Later”.
On June 26, 2009, Girls’ Generation’s comeback performance was recorded on KBS’s Music Bank. The group then had their return performances on MBC’s Music Core and SBS’s Inkigayo on June 27 and 28, 2009. Girls’ Generation’s 2nd mini-album Genie was released on June 29, 2009. Their first win for their single “Sowoneul Malhaebwa (Genie)” was obtained at the July 10, 2009 episode of KBS Music Bank. Their second award was claimed at the July 12, 2009 episode of SBS Inkigayo. The group finished promotions for “Sowoneul Malhaebwa (Genie)” in August 2009.
Album Track list:
01. 소원을 말해봐(Tell Me Your Wish)
05. 동화(My Child)
06. 1년 後(One Year Later)
Girls’ Generation 2nd Album – Oh!
Oh! is SNSD’s second studio album. It was released on January 28, 2010 in Korea.It features the lead single “Oh!”.
The album is listed by Gaon Album Chart as the second best-selling album of 2010 in South Korea, with 197,934 copies sold.
In January 2010, SM Entertainment confirmed that the group will be back in February with their second full-length album;the release date was eventually moved up to January 28. Initial interest in the album was high, as physical and online pre-orders of the album totaled 150,000 copies.On its first day of sale,Oh! sold 30,000 copies.The album was released in more than 80 countries including the U.S., Canada, England, France, Japan, China and Ireland via iTunes on February 8, 2010.
The group began promoting their album on MBC’s Music Core on January 30.The group also performed “Show! Show! Show!” as a part of their special comeback stage on Music Core and SBS’s Inkigayo.
In April 2010, one of the songs in their album entitled, “영원히 너와 꿈꾸고 싶다 (Forever)” has been featured on the OST of the dramaPasta.
Album Track List:
2. Show! Show! Show!
3. Sweet Talking Baby
5. Be Happy
6. Boys and Girls
7. Coffee Caramel (Talk to Me)
8. Star Star Star
9. Stick Wit U
10. Day By Day
Girls’ Generation 2nd Repackage Album – Run Devil Run
A “repackaged” version of the album was released in March, with a new concept based around a “Dark Girls’ Generation” theme. The new single “Run Devil Run” was released as a digital single on March 17, 2010.
A demo, guide version of the song was originally recorded by Ke$ha; however, the song’s rights were then sold to SM Entertainment, and subsequently assigned to Girls’ Generation.The music video was released on March 18, with their first comeback performance on KBS’s Music Bank.
A repackaged album which has all the tracks from their 2nd album plus 3 additional tracks “Run Devil Run”, “Echo” and “Star Star Star (Acoustic RnB version).
01. Run Devil Run
04. 별별별 (☆★☆)-Acoustic R&B ver.
05. Show! Show! Show!
06. 뻔&Fun (Sweet Talking Baby)
07. 영원히 너와 꿈꾸고 싶다 (Forever)
08. 웃자 (Be Happy)
09. 화성인 바이러스 (Boys & Girls) -Feat. Key(SHINee)
10. 카라멜 커피 (Talk To Me)
11. 별별별 (☆★☆)
12. 무조건 해피엔딩 (Stick Wit U)
13. Day by Day (좋은일만 생각하기)
15. 소원을 말해봐 (Genie)
“Genie” (stylised GENIE) is the official title for the debut in Japanese. The single was the first ever Japanese single released by Girls’ Generation on September 8, 2010 in Japan.
A new version of the music video was filmed to accompany the Japanese version, and the teaser was released on August 19, 2010. On August 26, 2010, the full music video was released. The song reached #5 on Oricon Charts on the releasing day. The song reached #2 on September 11, 2010.
It was released in three editions, two CD+DVD (first press and regular), and a CD Only edition. First press CD+DVD edition includes a special photobook and a random (1 of 9) photocard. The single includes three versions of their Korean hit song, Tell Me Your Wish (Genie).
It was selected by iTunes Japan as the #1 Breakthrough Album of 2010 on 2010: Music, 2010 BEST chart.
1. Genie (Japanese Version)
2. Genie (Korean Version)
3. Genie (without main vocals)
On September 30, 2010, a teaser for “Gee” was released. In the teaser, it shows the girls as mannequins in their own dress up area. The video has no mannequin storyline this time though. On October 6, 2010, the Japanese music video of “Gee” was released. SHINee’s Minho once again plays a role, this time as a customer, of the store run by Girls’ Generation.
On October 20, 2010 a Japanese version of “Gee” was released in three versions on CD and DVD. At the end of September, the Japanese “Gee” version was released to be played on radio stations.
Girls’ Generation also had success in Japan with their second Japanese single “Gee”. They took second place and were crowned the first ever overseas girl group to claim this position. On October 26, 2010 it was announced that their Japanese 2nd single “Gee” reached #1 on the Oricon Daily chart, making them the first non-Japanese Asian girl group to reach number 1 on the chart.
The song was ranked fifty-seventh on the Japan Hot 100 2010 year-end chart. On April 20, 2011, the girls added another accomplishment to their belt as the RIAJ (Recording Industry Association of Japan) website updated their charts showing that SNSD’s Chaku Uta Full (ringtones) downloads for “Gee” went Double Platinum. The RIAJ certifies Platinum as moving 250,000 units, so Double Platinum would mean that the girls had over 500,000 downloads for “Gee”.
1. Gee (Japanese Version)
2. Gee (Korean Version)
3. Gee (without main vocals)
Hoot (Hangul: 훗; subtitled 009) is SNSD’s third mini-album. The mini-album consisted of five songs, and was released on October 27, 2010 by SM Entertainment.The Album has sold 350,000 copies in Worldwide.
The album is listed, by Gaon Album Chart as the third best-selling album of 2010 in South Korea, with 163,066 copies sold.
SM Entertainment posted an audio teaser and three posters of Bond girls and Austin Powers series theme on October 19, 2010 on the official Girls’ Generation website. The girls’ style evoked classical 1970s pin-up girls, along with Western-style cowgirls.The teaser was released on SM Entertainment’s official YouTube Channel and Girls’ Generation’s official website on October 24, at 12AM KST.
The EP featured efforts from producers and writers such as Wheesung, Jinu (Hitchhiker), Kenzie, and former Roommate and Nadia member Hwang Hyun. Girls’ Generation member Yuri, wrote the lyrics for “Mistake”.
A day before the official release of Hoot, it was reported that it has received over 150,000 sales in pre-orders. Meanwhile, with the release of Hoot on the 27th of October, Girls’ Generation commenced their activities with a comeback stage on KBS’s Music Bank on the 29th.
Hoot was released on December 17 in Republic of China, and on December 22 in Japan. This is the first release of the group, as well as SM Entertainment itself, not to be distributed by any other large independent labels, specifically Avex Asia in other Asian countries.
1. 훗 / Hoot
2. 내 잘못이죠 / My Mistake
3. 단짝 / My Best Friend
4. Wake up
5. 첫눈에… / Snowy Wish
01. Nine Angels
02. 소원을 말해봐(Genie) – Rock Tronic Remix ver.
03. Show! Show! Show!
04. 소녀시대(Girls’ Generation)
06. It’s Fantastic
08. Ooh La-La!
09. Kissing You
10. 1년 後 (One Year Later)
11. 좋은 사람 있으면 소개시켜줘 (윤아)
12. Sunny (써니)
13. Umbrella (티파니)
14. Hush Hush; Hush Hush (태연)
15. Chocolate Love
16. Honey (소원)
17. Dear. Mom
18. 영원히 너와 꿈꾸고 싶다 (Forever)
19. 사랑은 선율을 타고(Day By Day)
20. 동화 (My Child)
21. Barbie Girl (제시카)
22. Santa Baby (수영)
23. 라벨：모음곡「거울」제4곡「어릿광대의 아침노래」(서현)
24. Sixteen Going On Seventeen (서현)
25. Over The Rainbow
26. 1,2 Step (유리)
27. 다시 만난 세계 (Into The New World)
28. 웃자 (Be Happy)
29. 힘 내! (Way To Go)
31. Touch The Sky
32. 냉면 (차가운 니 얼굴)
35. Baby Baby
37. Beautiful Girls (feat.유영진)
38. Singin’in The Rain (STUDIO VER.)
“Mr. Taxi / Run Devil Run” is the third single from the debut Japanese album Girls’ Generation by Girls’ Generation. It is also their first double A-side single.
First announced to be released on April 13, 2011 in Japan, the release was postponed to April 27, due to the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.Proceeds of the single were announced to be donated to the Japanese Red Cross. It is available in three different versions: two CD + DVD versions and a CD only version.
The Japanese version of Run Devil Run was first released as a digital single on January 25, 2011.
“Mr. Taxi / Run Devil Run” set a new record for Girls’ Generation, being their first Japanese single to shift 100,000 units in its first week of release.The single also managed to clinch the number 1 spot on Billboard Japan Hot 100 chart for two consecutive weeks.Mr. Taxi was first performed live on May 13, 2011 on TV Asahi’s Music Station.On May 25, “Mr. Taxi” topped the Taiwanese music chart Gmusic.
The Deluxe First Press Edition contains the CD single itself, a mini-photobook of the girls, a trading card, and a DVD containing both a newly filmed Japanese Run Devil Run music video and a dance version Run Devil Run music video.
The Limited Period Edition contains the CD, a DVD with only the regular non-dance version of the Run Devil Run music video, and a photobook of the girls. The photobook in the Limited Period Edition is completely different from the photobook in the Deluxe First Press Edition.
The regular edition of “Mr. Taxi” contains only the CD single itself, with no bonus items.
The teaser video for Run Devil Run was released on April 8, 2011 and the music video on April 9, 2011, The dance version was released April 25, 2011. The teaser video for Mr. Taxi was released on April 22, 2011 while the dance version was released on April 25, 2011 and the music video was released on April 28, 2011. Mr. Taxi (official version) was filmed inHD.While the choreography of Run Devil Run was made by Lisette Bustamante,Rino Nakasone and Sim Jaewon made the one for Mr. Taxi.
1. Mr. Taxi
2. Run Devil Run
Girls’ Generation 1st Japanesse Album
(Release June 1 2011)
After taking Japan by storm with their past singles Gee, Genie, Run Devil Run and Mr. Taxi the girls are set to do it again!
Shoujo Jidai/Girl’s Generation’s first Japanese Album is scheduled to be released this coming June 1st and its promising to be another chart topper and best seller with the track list and freebies included on this album.
1. Mr. Taxi
3. You A-holic
4. Run Devil Run
5. Bad Girl
6. Beutiful Stranger
7. I’m in Love with The Hero
8. Let It Rain
10. The Great Escape
12. Born To Be a Lady
Girls’ Generation 3rd Album – “The Boys”
(Release October 19 2011)
The album is also the debut American release of the group. Promotion was led by the release of an English version of the lead single on December 20, 2011. Under the distribution of Interscope Records, The Boys was released both physically and digitally with an expanded track listing on January 17, 2012.
In August 2011, SM Entertainment confirmed that the group will be back in September with their third full-length album, but the release date was eventually delayed to October due to Sooyoung’s unexpected car accident injury.
On September 26, 2011 the first teaser photo featuring Taeyeon was released online for the impending comeback for “The Boys”, followed by Sunny and Hyoyeon on September 27, Jessica, Sooyoung and Tiffany on September 28, and Yoona, Yuri, and Seohyun on September 29. The girls all represented a fairytale theme. On September 30, 2011, SM Entertainment announced that the album would be indefinitely postponed due to ongoing discussions about an album release in the United States, with details to be released as soon as they were confirmed.
On October 1, 2011, SM Entertainment released the first teaser for “The Boys”, followed by second teaser on October 7, 2011. Both teasers showed Yoona picking up a black crystal, and proceeds to show the rest of the members in an outside, misty atmosphere. Later on October 13, 2011, SM Entertainment released a 16 second teaser clips for both the Korean and English version of the “The Boys”. The teaser depicts the girls rapping and chanting along to the song. On the same day, SM released 30 second teaser clips of “The Boys”, which showed a longer version of the previous teaser videos.
The album was officially released on 19 October 2011 and the group’s comeback performances commenced on October 21, 2011, starting with Music Bank.
The Boys has been commercially successful in Asian regions. It debuted at #1 on South Korea’s Gaon Weekly Albums chart, and had sold over 400,000 copies in South Korea alone. The album peaked at #2 on the Oricon Weekly Albums Chart, the standard album chart of Japan, with sales records of more than 100,000 copies in the country. In addition, the album moved 26,000 copies in Taiwan.
The US edition of The Boys has not replicated the same commercial performance as it did in its native country; the album failed to enter the Billboard 200, but debuted at #2 on the Billboard World Albums and re-entered the Heatseekers Album Chart at #17.
1. The Boys
3. Say Yes
5. How Great is Your Love
6. My J
8. Top Secret
9. Lazy Girl
12. Mr. Taxi(Korean Ver.)
Girl’s Generation 3rd Album – Mr.Taxi Version
It was confirmed on November 27 that a re-release of the album will be out on December 8. The Korean version of “Mr. Taxi” was promoted as the lead single from this re-release.
1. The Boys
3. Say Yes
5. How Great is Your Love
6. My J
8. Top Secret
9. Lazy Girl
12. Mr. Taxi
13. The Boys (English Version)
Girls’ Generation U.S Maxi Single – The Boys
(Release December 20th 2011)
The Boys was released in the US on January 17, 2012. This marks Girls’ Generation’s first physical release in the country, using the Korean single cover of the title track as the American album cover. With the exception of the English version of the title track, the entire album consists of Korean-language songs, all of which were taken from the original edition of The Boys. In addition, four remixes of “The Boys” are included in the US edition, the first of which features American rapper Snoop Dogg.
1. The Boys (Original)
2. The Boys (Clinton Sparks & Disco Fries Remix feat. Snoop Dogg)
3. The Boys (Clinton Sparks & Disco Fries Remix feat. Lil Playy)
4. The Boys *Bring Dem Boys* (feat. Suzi)
5. The Boys *Bring The Boys Out* (David Anthony Remix)
6. The Boys *Bring The Boys* (Teddy Riley Remix)
7. The Boys (Instrumental)
8. The Boys (A Cappella)
Girls’ Generation 1st Japanesse Album Repackage – The Boys
(Release December 28th 2011)
SNSD released a Japanese album earlier this year which has since seen tremendous success, selling over 850,000 copies – and that number is still growing.
On the re-packaged album will be 15 songs which include a Japanese version of “The Boys”, three new remixed songs and one song that was never released before. The three remixed songs are, “THE GREAT ESCAPE” remix by Brian Lee, “BAD GIRL feat. DEV” a remix by The Cataracs remix, and remix of “MR.TAXI” by Steve Aoki. The new song on the re-packaged album is titled “TIME MACHINE”.
1. The Boys (JAPANESE ver.)
2. THE GREAT ESCAPE (Brian Lee remix)
3. BAD GIRL feat. DEV (The Cataracs remix)
4. Time Machine
8. I’m In Love With The HERO
10.Let It Rain
13.Run Devil Run
14.BORN TO BE A LADY
Bonus track . MR.TAXI (Steve Aoki remix)
「The Boys (English ver.)」
Girls’ Generation Sub-Unit ‘TaeTiSeo’ – Twinkle [1st Album]
(Release April 29th, 2012)
A promotional image showing the three singers of Girls’ Generation-TTS styled in outlandish clothing and makeup, with brightly colored textures around them, was released along with the unit’s announcement in April 2012.Soon afterward, three video teasers of their single “Twinkle”, each featuring a different singer, were released over three days, the total views for all three teasers reaching over 10 million on youtube within a period of four days.
The single “Twinkle” was released on the iTunes Store worldwide on April 29, together with its music video on the April 30, which attained over 10 million hits on youtube within its first week. The mini-album Twinkle was released on the iTunes Store on April 30 and on CD on May 2. They began promotions on music shows on May 3. Twinkle has also become the highest charting Korean Artist on US iTunes Charts and Billboard Charts, reaching 126 on the Billboard 200. TaeTiSeo, was also the first sub-unit to achieve a triple crown on all Music Shows. The album, Twinkle, has sold over 140,000 copies in South Korea, as well as a further 24,000 copies abroad.The title song has sold 1,988,373 digital downloads in South Korea, as of July, 2012.
TTS is the first ever sub-unit to win twelve trophies in their promotion period for Twinkle.
2. Baby Steps
6. Love Sick
Girls’ Generation 4th Single in Japan [2nd Album in Japan] – Paparazzi
(Release June 27,2012)
“Paparazzi” is song by South Korean girl group Girls’ Generation, from their upcoming second Japanese album. The music video was released on June 14, 2012; with the single being released on June 27, 2012.
A teaser video of “Paparazzi” was released by SM Entertainment on May 29, 2012, on their official YouTube channel. The Japanese TV show Zip! quickly aired the same teaser, followed by a 22-second audio teaser of the song. Teaser images of the group were released in the week following.
“Paparazzi” received its first live performance on the Japanese music program, Music Station, on June 22, 2012, where the group wore tuxedos, with pink gloves. On July 9, 2012, the group staged their second performance of the song on Fuji TV’s Hey! Hey! Hey! Music Champ, the members all wore tuxedo’s with black gloves. On July 14, 2012, the group made their third performance of the song on a Japanese television show, on the program ‘Music Day.’
Paparazzi received the top spot for Oricon’s Daily Singles on June 30 and July 2, 2012, leaving the song to debut at #2 on Oricon’s Weekly Single chart for the week June 25 – July 1, 2012, selling over 92,000 copies, becoming their second best first week opening, following the 100,000 debut of Mr. Taxi, a year prior. Paparazzi ranked at #1 on Tower Records’ Daily Singles for the entire week of June 25 to July 1, 2012, receiving the #1 spot for the week.
The song debuted highly on Billboard Japan’s charts, reaching the Top 10 for Top Airplay,the Top 5 for Adult Contemporary Airplay and Hot Single Sales,ultimately debuting atop the Japan Hot 100.As well as debuting at #2 on the RIAJ’s digital chart.
With the additional 116,000 physical sales for “Paparazzi” Girls’ Generation’s total singles/download sales now stand at 647,000 (with their best selling track being “Gee” at 207,000) according to SoundScan Japan.
The music video for “Paparazzi” was said to be the largest music video that Girls’ Generation had ever done at its filming. The set built for the video contained over 30,000 light bulbs, and the buildings used needed a week to complete with 120 people hired to do the work. Additionally, 300 people were cast in the video.
A total of 5 versions of the video were filmed, the highest amount for any video in Girls’ Generation history. This includes close-up versions of each of the nine girls. SM Entertainment released a one minute long music video teaser for the video on May 29, 2012.
“Paparazzi” had its initial premiere in Shibuya, a district of Tokyo, on June 10, 2012, at 7PM JST. The music video, along with a Dance Version, was released to the public on YouTube on June 15, 2012 at 0:00AM JST. The videos received over 4 million views within two days of its upload, and over 9 million by the end of the week. Another dance edit was released on June 22, 2012, entitled “Dance Edit Gold”; it features the girls inside the ballroom set.
- “Paparazzi” (Instrumental)
- “Paparazzi” (Music Video)
- “Paparazzi” (Instrumental)
- “Paparazzi” (Instrumental)
- “Paparazzi” (Music Video)
- “Paparazzi” (Music Video: close-up version)
Girls’ Generation 5th Single in Japan – Oh!
(Release September 26 2012)
On August 10, 2012, it was announced the group was to release their next Japanese single after the success of their previous single “Paparazzi”, in the following month on September 26, 2012. The single was announced with no confirmation of title tracks, however fans were allowed to pre-order the regular, and limited editions of the single.
The single’s B-side track, “All My Love Is for You” was released via music video on September 4, 2012 on SM Entertainment’s official YouTube site, SMTOWN.After several weeks of speculation, the single’s title track, a Japanese remake of the group’s popular 2010 Korean hit, “Oh!” was finally announced on September 10.The accompanying music video to “Oh!” was released on September 14, 2012, along with an exclusive ringtone which was released at 5AM JST.
Track List :
Regular Edition CD
1. “Oh! (Japanese version)”
2. “All My Love Is for You”
Limited Edition CD+DVD
1. “Oh! (Japanese version)”
2. “All My Love Is For You”
3. “All My Love Is For You (Music Video)”
Girls’ Generation 6th Single in Japan – FLOWER POWER
(Release November 21 2012)
After the success of Flower Power’s preceding singles, “Paparazzi” and “Oh! / All My Love Is For You”, both of which clenched the 1 spot on the Oricon Chart’s daily single chart and sold a collective total of more than 190,000 copies,the group’s follow-up single “Flower Power” was announced on October 2, 2012.
“Flower Power” is scheduled for release in Japan on November 14, 2012, two weeks before the release of the group’s second Japanese studio album.A concept photo released by the group’s Japanese label shows the group trying to escape searchlights.
However, due to production issues, the physical release was postponed from November 14 to November 21. On October 28, 2012, an audio preview for the song aired on Japanese TV.
“Flower Power” also contains a B-side track entitled “Beep Beep,” which will not be featured on the album. The single also contains a highlight medley of the accompanying album. However, the single was released digitally on the original November 14 release date.This single was be only a limited release, but will come in a long digipak case with a 20-page photo book.
Regular Edition CD
1. “Flower Power”
2. “Beep Beep”
3. “Girls’ Generation II Smash-Up”
Girls’ Generation 2nd Album in Japan – Girls & Peace
(Release November 28, 2012)
Girls’ Generation II: Girls & Peace (stylized as GIRLS’ GENERATION II ～Girls & Peace～) is the second Japanese album (fifth overall) by Girls’ Generation.
It was released on November 28, 2012 through Nayutawave Records. Girls & Peace is the first release by all the members since their third Korean studio album “The Boys” (2011), after the group entered a semi-hiatus to pursue solo activities in South Korea, in which time, TaeTiSeo, the group’s first subunit was created. Continuing the electro-influenced sound from their first Japanese album, Girls & Peace features a wide-range of contribution from producers, including long-time collaborator, Kenzie, as well as multiple new producers such as Miles Walker, Deekay and Dapo Torimiro.
The album sold over 116,000 copies in its first week, reaching the third spot on the Oricon Album chart, and has since received a Platinum certification from the RIAJ.
Three singles were released prior to the release of the album: “Paparazzi” reached the top of the Japan Hot 100, with “Oh! / All My Love Is For You” also peaking at the same spot as well as number-one on the Oricon chart. “Flower Power” peaked at number six on the Hot 100 and number five on the Oricon chart. The group promoted the album and its singles through various Japanese music and variety shows including Hey! Hey! Hey! Music Champ and Music Lovers, and are set to embark on their Second Japan Arena Tour in February 2013.
1 Flower Power
3 I’m a Diamond
5 Stay Girls
9 All my love is for you
11 Girls & Peace
12 Not Alone
Girls’ Generation 6th DVD and Blu-Ray – Complete Video Collection
(Release September 26, 2012)
Girls’ Generation Complete Video Collection is the sixth music DVD and Blu-ray release from South Korean girl group, Girls’ Generation. It was released on September 26, 2012 in Japan.
The Blu-ray/DVD features all their music videos, Japanese, Korean and English, as well as performances from their first Japanese tour. It will be released in four versions; regular Blu-ray and DVD editions coming with a poster (first press only) and limited Blu-ray and DVD boxsets housed in a film can, including a bonus disc with interview footage of the members talking about their music videos, two deluxe booklets, playing cards, a mobile earphone jack, a ballpoint pen with a projector playing with a member’s image (one randomly chosen between nine kinds), and 10 postcards. Comes in a large tin case (Diameter: 28cm approx.). First Press Comes with Poster.
DVD 1 (Interview)
1. “Long interview with nine members”
DVD 2 (Japanese Ver.)
1. “Genie (Japanese Ver.)”
2. “Genie (Dance ver.)”
3. “Gee (Japanese Ver.)”
4. “Gee (Dance Ver)”
5. “Run Devil Run (Japanese Ver.)”
6. “Run Devil Run (Japanese Dance Ver.)”
7. “Mr. Taxi”
8. “Mr. Taxi (Dance Ver.)”
9. “Bad Girl”
10. “Time Machine”
12. “Mr. Taxi ≪from Japan 1ST Tour Re-EDIT≫ ”
13. “The Great Escape ≪from Japan 1ST Tour Re-EDIT≫ ”
14. “Gee ≪from Japan 1ST Tour Re-EDIT≫ ”
DVD 3 (Korean Ver.)
1. “Into The New World”
2. “Girls’ Generation”
3. “Kissing You”
7. “Run Devil Run”
8. “Run Devil Run (Story Ver.)”
10. “Hoot (Dance Ver.)”
11. “The Boys”
12. “The Boys ≪English Ver.≫”