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The #Twice2 Compilation Album by Twice

 

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Artist Twice
Title Track #Twice2
Release Date March 6, 2019
Length 34:19
Label Warner Music Japan

 

#Twice2 is Twice’s second compilation album. This album was released in Japan on March 6, 2019, through Warner Music Japan. The second compilation album has some tracks in Japanese and in Korean. There are five Japanese tracks and five Korean tracks. This compilation album has two lead singles, and both of these lead singles are in Japanese. The rest of the tracks are served as sidetracks.

The lead singles from #Twice2 are the Japanese versions of “Likey” and “What Is Love?” Meanwhile, the eight sidetracks on #Twice2 are the Japanese versions of “Heart Shaker,” “Dance the Night Away,” “Yes or Yes,” and the initial versions in Korean for all of these tracks (“Likey,” “Heart Shaker,” “What Is Love?,” “Dance the Night Away,” and “Yes or Yes”).

Story Behind #Twice2 by Twice

The first official news about this compilation album was first announced by Twice’s South Korean agency, JYP Entertainment. The agency told Once in January 2019 that Twice would release their next compilation album. The Japanese compilation album release day would be on March 6, 2019. Several days later, JYP Entertainment announced that there would be #Dreamday, the Twice Dome Tour in 2019. This #Dreamday concert would be done in March 2019, too.

The #Twice2 album has two Japanese lead singles. Those lead singles (the Japanese versions of “Likey” and “What Is Love?”) were both released as pre-release singles. There are also music videos for both of these singles. Those music videos were unveiled on the same day as the pre-release day, which was on January 10 for “Likey” and February 7 for “What Is Love?”

After the pre-release of the Japanese version of “What Is Love,” Warner Music Japan released a spoiler video. The spoiler video was released on February 13. After a while, on March 6, #Twice2 was officially released. On that day, Warner Music Japan released both the physical and digital versions of the compilation album. As announced before, Twice would hold the #Dreamday concert in March 2019. This dome tour would be the very first Twice tour to promote the #Twice2 compilation album.

The Production of #Twice2 by Twice

As mentioned before, Warner Music Japan once released a spoiler video for the album on February 13, 2019. This spoiler video contains some parts of the five Japanese tracks on this album. You can click the video below to see the spoiler video for #Twice2.

#Twice2 has the Japanese version of “Likey” and “What Is Love?” as the lead singles. The lyric writers and the producers of these two lead singles were Black Eyed Pilseung, Jeon Goon, Wakisaka Mayu, Park Jinyoung, Risa Horie, and Min Lee from Collapsedone. The other tracks, the eight sidetracks, involved many other composers and arrangers such as David Amber, Wheesung, Anne Judith Stokke Wik, Jonatan Gusmark, Ludvig Evers, Galactika, Sim Eunjee, and Matsumoto Yuka.

Tracklist of #Twice2 by Twice

The tracklist of #Twice2 can be seen in the table below.

No. Title Lyrics Composer Arranger
1. Likey (Japanese version) Black Eyed Pilseung, Jeon Goon, and Wakisaka Mayu Black Eyed Pilseung and Jeon Goon Rado from Black Eyed Pilseung
2. Heart Shaker (Japanese version) Galactika, Risa Horie, Na.Zu.Na, and Kokubo Yuki David Amber and Sean Alexander David Amber and Avenue 52
3. What Is Love? (Japanese version) Park Jinyoung and Risa Horie Park Jinyoung Min Lee from collapsedone
4. Dance the Night Away (Japanese version) Wheesung from Realslow and Osanai Eri Anne Judith Stokke Wik, Jonatan Gusmark, Ludvig Evers, Moa Anna Carlebecker Forsell, Oh Seungeun, and Andreas Baertels Jonatan Gusmark and Ludvig Evers
5. Yes or Yes (Japanese version) Sim Eunjee and Matsumoto Yuka David Amber and Andy Love David Amber
6. Likey Black Eyed Pilseung and Jeon Goon Black Eyed Pilseung and Jeon Goon Rado from Black Eyed Pilseung
7 Heart Shaker Galactika David Amber and Sean Alexander David Amber and Avenue 52
8 What Is Love? Park Jinyoung Park Jinyoung Min Lee from collapsedone
9 Dance the Night Away Wheesung from Realslow Anne Judith Stokke Wik, Jonatan Gusmark, Ludvig Evers, Moa Anna Carlebecker Forsell, Oh Seungeun, and Andreas Baertels Jonatan Gusmark and Ludvig Evers
10 Yes or Yes Sim Eunjee David Amber and Andy Love David Amber

 

Chart Positions of #Twice2 by Twice

The #Twice2 album charted on several Japanese album charts. Check the table below for the album’s peak positions on every chart.

Country Chart Peak Position
Japan Billboard Japan Hot Albums Chart 1
Japan Oricon Albums Chart 1
Japan Oricon Digital Albums Chart 2
Japan Oricon Albums Year-End Chart in 2019 6
Japan Billboard Japan Hot Albums Year-End Chart in 2019 13

 

So, that’s all about #Twice2, the second compilation album from Twice. For more details about every track on #Twice2, you can click every tracks’ song article on Channel-Korea. Hope you like this article, and don’t forget to share this article through your social media! Thank you!