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You can hear the Change

If you listen to this album and then their first EP “Hottest Time of the Day”, you can hear how the 2PM started to use more autotune and electro. It’s a change I like, since I love so much of 2PM later works. But for some reason, other than their hit song “Again & Again”, I feel like the other 2 tracks “I Hate You” and especially “Maybe She’ll Come Back” is a little lacking in something. They’re not bad but I don’t love them either. They’re just good… Like-able of course. I dunno, I guess I was expecting more… of what, I haven’t figured out yet. But their voices are fine. Perhaps it’s because I don’t understand Korean and just hearing the music isn’t enough. Maybe if I could understand the lyrics, I would feel something more. But “Again & Again” is a great song and I really like how the first track builds up for it. Plus the remix is an interesting alternative, but as usual I’m a sucker for the original. So compared to 2PM’s other albums, overall I think this album isn't great but it's pretty good.


Formed: 2008 in Seoul, South Korea

Genre: J-Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A six-member boy band, South Korea's 2PM make dance-oriented pop and R&B. In contrast to the kkonminam or "pretty boy" style of many of their K-pop contemporaries, 2PM's more masculine, hip-hop-informed image helped popularize the jimseungdol or "beast" style. Formed by JYP Entertainment in 2008, the group came together after a previous outfit, One Day, split into two separate groups, 2PM and 2AM. Originally, 2PM featured vocalist Jay Park, along with Jun. K, Nichkhun, Taecyeon, Wooyoung, Junho,...
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