CNBLUE (シーエヌブルー) has updated the release information on their first Japanese album “CODE NAME BLUE”. The full track list, bonuses, and cover jackets have been revealed. Also announced is a tie-in with album track “Time is over” as the new ending theme for NTV drama “Gossip Girl (3rd season)”. The album is offered in 3 editions and is scheduled to hit stores on August 29th. Updated details and promotional video follow.
CNBLUE has also just released their 3rd Japanese single “Come on” on August 1st – updated information and teaser video are reported here.
The group’s first Japanese album “CODE NAME BLUE” is offered in three editions and includes CD tracks of their 3 previously released singles + coupling tracks and 7 new songs for 13 total tracks (Limited as a 14th bonus track):
- Limited with bonus DVD that includes music video and making of footage for “Time is over”. Bonuses – CD track “Where you are (English ver.)”, a calendar card (1 of 5), and serial code (D) for special benefit.
- Regular CD-only. First Press adds lottery code (E) for special benefit.
- Lawson Store exclusive with bonus DVD that includes footage from 2nd single release at Tokyo Dome City Hall Feb. 2012. CD tracks similar to Regular edition. Lottery code (E) for special benefit.
Main benefit for lottery codes – 9,000 people via lottery for a September 10th Yokohama arena event. It will take codes D+E to enter the ticket lottery – the Limited edition code plus code from either the Regular or Lawson’s First Press versions. Secondary benefit – all entries receive a CNBLUE-3D poster! Entry period August 28th – September 3rd.
A special benefit is offered for the true CNBLUE fan – with entry codes from DVD release “MTV Unplugged CNBLUE” (A), 3rd single “Come on” Limited (B), 3rd single “Come on” Regular/Lawson First Press (C), and the D & E codes noted above – fans who submit all 5 codes (A+B+C+D+E) will receive a special “CNBLUE 7-inch record”.
Promotional video follows below the release details…
CNBLUE – “CODE NAME BLUE”– release date August 29th 2012