Friday, March 9, 2012

Question of the Week 34

This week's question comes from Anonymous  Feb 17, 2012 05:13 PM (http://antikpopfangirl.blogspot.com/2012/02/question-of-week-31.html):
What is the best debut in japan [does not include a remake of a korean song like what beast did with shock & bad girl]

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15 comments:

  1. Is there any? I thought every kpop group debuted with remake song as far as I know (even for KARA and SNSD too).

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    1. All I can think of off the top of my head is 2PM...
      They debuted with Take Off, then released two other singles I think. Im Your Man/Ultra Lover.

      watch?v=fRkysbchbOY

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    2. Yeah, what is this bullshit? Sounds like the question-asker is trying to stack the deck because their bias happened to debut with an original song.

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    3. U-KISS debuted with an original song, Tick Tack, followed by Forbidden Love.
      There's also The Boss who continues to release original ones.

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  2. Wikipedia says T-ara's remake of their 2009 hit 'Bo Peep Bo Peep' debuted at #1 on the Oricon weekly charts with 49,172 copies sold, the first ever in history for a debuting Korean girl group.

    My Google-fu isn't good enough to find a Korean group that debuted in Japan with an original.

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  4. Not exactly debut...

    But SNSD's Japanese album was their best IMO.

    Yet they release that 'the Boys: eight remixes' shit in America.

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    1. I change my mind,
      http://bit.ly/xGUJke
      CHICHI will pull something out of their ass and end up hallyu japanese stars

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  5. Jet Coaster Love, because it is the most "jpop" song release i have seen from kpop groups in Japan. But we will wait till T-ara makes a Japanese debut with an originally Japanese song, that shit would be jpop as fuck.

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  6. Big Bang's first Japanese album had Haru Haru on it. They're not successful in Japan, but I like their songs so (probably because it doesn't cater to Japanese tastes).

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  7. I dunno, MBLAQ? (I think their song "Your Luv" isn't a remake).

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  8. Just throwing Supernova's Kimi Dake wo Zutto out there. Yup.

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