2AM releases 1st full length album Saint O’clock

2am new album saint oclock

2AM members feeling emotionally drained after singing all those ballads

JYP Entertainment’s 2AM makes a comeback with their first full-length album entitled Saint o’clock. The quartet, which is one of the two subgroups branched out from the original 11-member boyband One Day (the other subgroup being 2PM), will be concentrating on bringing across their soulful voices rather than their sharp dance routine in this new album.

Saint o’clock is a sentimental album. Bang Si-hyuk, the producer who helped 2AM top the charts with the song ‘Never Let You Go‘ returns in this album. Having two very strong songs in the album, Bang is unable to decide on the title track. Hence, Saint o’clock has not one, but two title tracks – namely ‘Like Crazy‘ and ‘You Wouldn’t Answer My Calls‘. The former is described as a soulful ballad which that would captivate the audience. While the latter, is a heart-wrenching song that describes the pain and loneliness after a breakup. Very soulful songs indeed!

2am saint oclock

Penuh emo…

As you would now know, Korean music artiste don’t only emphasize their music. Along with the release of a new album, comes a whole new look for the group. In this album, 2AM has opted for a very classy look, donning trendy suits.

2AM’s first full-length album comes in two flavours. First, the limited-edition album (only 20,000 copies available) comes with former hit songs ‘This song‘, ‘Confession of a Friend‘ plus the original version of Jo Kwon’s ‘The Day I Confessed‘. It also includes additional goodies such as a mini photo album, special 2AM diary and newsletters. The regular edition contains ‘To Love You Again‘ written by Lee Chang-min, which is not included in the limited edition.

2am new album

It’s sad i tell ya…the songs that i sing

2AM’s Saint o’clock will be released both online and in stores on October 26, 2010 by Loen Entertainment Inc.

Info & pics courtesy of Universal Music Malaysia

Related entries:
Confession of a Friend by 2AM
2PM not coming to Malaysia, 2AM to perform at after party
A look at 2AM in Malaysia

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  1. Cha Eunbin January 22, 2014

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