EXO-Ls, the wait is over.
Titled “EXODUS“, both Korean and Chinese versions of the album were released digitally on Melon, Genie, and Naver Music. It also became available on Apple’s iTunes store. For the first-time ever, SM Entertainment also released the album on Spotify, allowing fans to listen to the songs before purchasing the album.
A total of 20 different versions of the physical album are made available for the fans as well. Each version would feature different member for its cover and fans can choose to buy either Korean version or Chinese version of the albums. The packaging of the Korean album is gold while the Chinese album is grey.
The physical album comes in a package as it will include a poster, a random autographed photo card, and a photobook booklet of 52 pages.
“EXODUS” is a highly anticipated album because it marks EXO’s first comeback in 10 months after the release of their 2nd mini album “Overdose” in May 2014. It is also the group’s first comeback without 2 of its original members, Luhan and Kris.
A total of 10 tracks were featured in the album including their title track “Call Me Baby”. The songs were specially composed by SHINee’s Jonghyun and the SM Songwriting Camp including The Underdogs, Teddy Riley, Stereotypes, Kenzie. EXO already performed most of the songs from the album during their 2nd solo concert “EXO Planet #2 – The EXO’luXion“ in Seoul.
You can listen to the tracks from the album below:
EXO is set to make their comeback onstage through Mnet M! Countdown on 2nd April.
While we await the release of music video, tell us, what do you think of the album? Are you planning to buy both Korean and Chinese versions of the album?
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