Discography: Complete List of SNSD’s Songs and Albums

3. I Got a Boy

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The year of 2013 is welcomed by the release of SNSD’s fourth full album titled I Got a Boy on January 1, 2013, for the digital download (worldwide) by SM Entertainment, January 2, 2013, in South Korea for the physical CD by SM Entertainment and KMP Holdings, January 7, 2013, in Singapore by Universal Music, January 8, 2013, in Thailand by SM Entertainment, January 14, 2013, in Hong Kong by Universal Music, February 13, 2013, in Japan by Nayutawave Record, June 4, 2013, in Indonesia by Universal Music Indonesia, and July 17, 2013, in Taiwan for the physical CD and DVD by Universal Music Taiwan. The album successfully tops at #1 on Gaon Weekly Album Chart and Billboard World Weekly Albums Chart and peaked at #2 on Billboard Top Heatseekers Weekly Chart and Gaon Year-end Album Chart, #3 on G-Music Taiwan Weekly Album Chart, #7 on Oricon Japan Weekly Album Chart, #13 on Sino China Weekly Album Chart, and #23 on Billboard Independent Weekly Albums Chart whereas the sales of the album have reached more than 310,750 copies in South Korea, 53,560 copies in Japan, and 3,000 copies in the United States.

In addition, the album which is recorded from July to September 2011 has ten tracks, namely “I Got a Boy”, “Dancing Queen”, “Baby Maybe”, “Talk Talk”, “Promise”, “Express 999”, “Lost In Love” (Taeyeon and Tiffany duet), “Look at Me”, “XYZ”, and “Romantic St”. Here you may listen to the first track of the full album titled I Got a Boy which the digital downloads have reached more than 1,354,670 downloads in South Korea earned its position at #1 on Gaon Digital Chart and Gaon K-pop Hot 100, #3 on Billboard Digital Chart, and #98 on Oricon Hot 100 Chart!

4. Lion Heart

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SNSD made a comeback with the line-up as an eight-membered girl group by releasing their fifth full album titled Lion Heart on August 18, 2015, for the digital download in South Korea by SM Entertainment, August 19, 2015, for worldwide release, August 20, 2015, in South Korea for the physical CD and August 26, 2015, for You Think edition by SM Entertainment and KT Music, and March 18, 2016, in Taiwan for the physical CD and DVD by Universal Music Taiwan. The album successfully tops at #1 on Gaon Weekly Album Chart, Gaon Monthly Chart and Billboard World Weekly Albums Chart and peaked at #3 on G-Music Taiwan Weekly Album Chart, #7 on Billboard Heatseekers Albums Weekly Chart, #11 on Oricon Japan Weekly Album Chart, and #13 on Gaon Year-end Album Chart.

In addition, the album which is recorded from February to June 2015 has twelve tracks, namely “Lion Heart”, “You Think”, “Party”, “One Afternoon”, “Show Girls” (Korean version), “Fire Alarm”, “Talk Talk”, “Green Light”, “Paradise”, “Check”, “Sign”, and “Bump It”. Here you may listen to the title track of the full album titled Lion Heart which is composed and arranged by Sean Alexander, Daeen “Baby Dee Beats” Ssmith, Claudia Brant, Avenue 52, and Smith and which the digital downloads have reached more than 911,721 downloads, earned its position at #3 on Billboard Digital Chart, #4 on Gaon Digital Chart, and #49 on Oricon Hot 100 Chart!

5. Gee

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After releasing their first full album and the repackage version, SNSD made a comeback in Korean music industry with their first mini-album titled Gee on January 5, 2009, in South Korea by SM Entertainment, January 29, 2009, in the Philippines by Universal Records, and February 13, 2009, in Taiwan by Avex Taiwan. The album successfully tops the music chart as its sales have reached more than 100,000 copies, being 30,000 copies sold within the first ten days of its release. In addition, the album which has the repackage version of Baby Baby which was recorded for two months (November-December 2008) has five tracks, namely “Gee”, “Way to Go!”, “Dear Mom”, “Destiny”, and “Let’s Talk About Love”. Here you may listen to the title track of the mini-album titled Gee which is written, composed, and arranged by E-Tribe!

6. Tell Me Your Wish (Genie)

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Successfully shot to fame thanks to their first mini-album, SNSD made their second comeback in 2009 by releasing Tell Me Your Wish (Genie) on June 29, 2009, in South Korea by SM Entertainment, July 30, 2009, in Thailand by GMM Grammy, August 7, 2009, in Taiwan by Avex Taiwan, and October 2, 2009, in the Philippines by Universal Records. The album successfully tops the music chart G-Music Taiwan Album Chart at #8 as its sales have reached more than 200,000 copies in South Korea. In addition, the album which was recorded from February to June 2009 has six tracks, namely “Tell Me Your Wish (Genie)”, “Etude”, “Girlfriend”, “Boyfriend”, “My Child”, and “One Year Later” (Jessica and SHINee’s Onew duet). Here you may listen to the title track of the mini-album titled Tell Me Your Wish (Genie) which is written by Yoo Young Jin, composed by Anne Judith Stokke Wik, Robin Jenssen, Ronny Vidar Svendsen, and Nermin Harambasic, and arranged by Yoo Han Jin!

7. Hoot

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After releasing their second full album and its repackage, SNSD made another comeback in 2010 with their third mini-album titled Hoot on October 25, 2010, for the digital download (worldwide) by SM Entertainment, October 27, 2010, for the physical CD by SM Entertainment and KT Music, November 2, 2010, in Hong Kong by Universal Music Hong Kong, December 22, 2010, in Japan by Nayutawave Records and Universal Music Japan, and December 24, 2010, in Taiwan by Universal Music Taiwan. The album successfully tops the music chart at #1 on Gaon Weekly Album Chart, #2 on Oricon Japan Album Chart and Billboard Japan Album, #3 on Gaon Year-end Album Chart in 2010, and #9 on G-Music Taiwan Album Chart whereas the sales of the album have reached over 192,375 copies in Soth Korea and 148,761 copies in Japan. In addition, the album which is recorded for two months (August-September 2008) has five tracks, namely “Hoot”, “Mistake (My Fault)”, “My Best Friend (Buddy)”, “Wake Up (Get Up)”, and “Snowy Wish (In the First Snow)”. Here you may listen to the title track of the mini-album titled Hoot which the digital downloads have reached over 2,138,179 downloads, earned its position at #1 on Gaon Digital Chart and which is written by Lee Sooman’s son, John Hyunkyu Lee and composed and arranged by Alex James, Lars Halvor Jensen, and Martin Michael Larsson!

8. Mr. Mr.

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SNSD made their comeback in 2014 by releasing the fourth mini-album titled Mr.Mr. on February 24, 2014, for the digital download (worldwide) by SM Entertainment and KT Music and Hong Kong by Universal Music Grup, and February 27, 2014, for the physical CD in South Korea by SM Entertainment and KT Music. The album successfully tops the music chart at #1 on Gaon Weekly Album Chart and Billboard Top Heatseekers Album Chart and peaked at #3 on Billboard World Albums Weekly Chart, #5 on Gaon Year-end Albums Chart, #23 on Billboard Independent Weekly Album Chart, and #110 on Billboard 200 Weekly Chart, whereas the sales of the album have reached over 165,421 copies in South Korea, 22,521 copies in Japan, and 3,000 copies in the United States. In addition, the album which is recorded for two months (December 2013-January 2014) has six tracks, namely “Mr.Mr.”, “Goodbye”, “Europa”, “Wait a Minute”, “Back Hug”, and “Soul” (Korean version). Here you may listen to the title track of the mini-album titled Mr.Mr. which the digital downloads have reached over 906,962 downloads, earned its position at #1 on Gaon Digital Chart, #3 on Gaon K-pop Hot 100 Digital Chart, and #4 on Billboard Digital Chart!

SNSD’s Japanese Album List

1. Girls and Peace

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After releasing their first full Japanese album in the previous year, SNSD made a comeback in the Japanese music industry with their second full album titled Girls’ Generation II ~Girls & Peace~ on November 28, 2012, in Japan for the physical CD and digital download and the United Kingdom for the digital download by Nayutawave Record, December 7, 2012, in Taiwan by Universal Music Taiwan, December 21, 2012, in Hong Kong by Universal Music Hong Kong, January 31, 2013, in Thailand by Universal Music Thailand, and February 11, 2013, in the Philippines by MCA Music. The album successfully peaked at #3 on Oricon Weekly Album Chart and Billboard Japan Top Weekly Album, #11 on G-Music Taiwan Weekly Album Chart, #24 on Billboard Year-end Album Chart in 2013, and #41 on Oricon Year-end Album Chart in 2012, whereas the sales of the album have reached more than 204,180 copies in Japan and 1,600 copies in South Korea.

In addition, the album which is recorded for seven months (April-October 2012) has twelve tracks, namely “Flower Power”, “Animal”, “I’m a Diamond”, “Reflection”, “Stay Girls”, “T.O.P”, “Boomerang”, “Oh!” (Japanese version), “All My Love Is for You”, “Paparazzi”, “Girls & Peace”, and “Not Alone”. Here you may listen to one of the title tracks of Girls’ Generation II ~Girls & Peace~ titled “Paparazzi” which the digital downloads have reached over 136,181 downloads in Japan, receiving the Gold certification from RIAJ, and 14,663 downloads in South Korea and which is written, composed, and arranged by Johan Becker, Fredrik Thomander, and Junji Ishiwatari!

2. Love and Peace

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SNSD made another comeback in Japanese music industry with their third full album Love & Peace on December 10, 2013, in Brunei, Cambodia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam for the digital download by Nayutawave Records, December 11, 2013, in Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea for the physical CD, DVD, Blu-ray, and digital download by Nayutawave Records and SM Entertainment, December 13, 2013, in Australia and New Zealand for the digital download by Nayutawave Records, December 18, 2013, and December 23, 2013, in Taiwan for the physical CD and Blu-ray by Nayutawave Records, and February 12, 2014, in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, Germany, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and United Kingdom for the digital download by Nayutawave Records. The album successfully tops at #1 on Oricon Weekly Album Chart and peaked at #2 on Billboard Japan Top Weekly Album, #25 on Oricon Year-end Album Chart in 2014, and #40 on Billboard Year-end Album Chart in 2014, whereas the sales of the album have reached more than 170,900 copies in Japan and 1,700 copies in South Korea.

In addition, the album which is recorded for one year and six months (April 2012 – October 2013) has thirteen tracks, namely “Gossip Girls”, “Motorcycle”, “Flyers”, “Galaxy Supernova”, “Love & Girls”, “Beep Beep”, “My Oh My”, “Lips”, “Do the Catwalk”, “Karma Butterfly”, “Linguafranc”, “Everyday Love”, and “Blue Jeans” (Fanclub Edition Bonus Track). Here you may listen to one of the title tracks of Love & Peace titled “Galaxy Supernova” which the digital downloads have reached over 69,533 downloads in Japan, receiving the Gold certification from RIAJ and which is written, composed, and arranged by Frederik Tao Nordso Schjoldan, Fridolin Nordso Schjoldan, Kamikaoru, and Martin Hoberg Hedegaard!