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Koi Ni Ochiru Toki
Koi ni Ochiru Toki
Koi ni Ochiru Toki album cover.jpeg
Regular edition cover
Studio album by
ReleasedJune 5, 2013 (2013-06-05)
Recorded2010-2013
Genre
Length40:04
LanguageJapanese
LabelWoollim Contents
Universal D
Infinite chronology
Koi ni Ochiru Toki
(2013)
For You
(2015)
Singles from Koi ni Ochiru Toki
  1. "BTD (Before the Dawn)"
    Released: November 19, 2011
  2. "Be Mine"
    Released: April 18, 2012
  3. "She's Back"
    Released: August 29, 2012

Koi ni Ochiru Toki (?, "When You Fall in Love") is the Japanese debut studio album of the South Korean boy band Infinite. It was released in June 5, 2013 in two different editions.[1] The album is the first audio-related release of the group under Universal Music Japan's sublabel Universal D.[2]

Background

The album's release was announced by the group's Korean label, Woollim Entertainment, on March 29, 2013. With the announcement, they announced the release day, prices and details about the editions.[3] In April 10, a promo photo of the album was released.[4] In April 24, the cover of the regular edition, track list and album's title were revealed, titled Koi ni Ochiru Toki.[5]

Editions

  • Limited edition (POCS-9030): The limited edition features, along with the standard track list of the album, a DVD with all Japanese music videos released up to date, a 52-page photobook, a 20-page photobook of a member (randomly chosen)[6] and a lottery ticket to an event.[7]
  • Regular edition (POCS-1087): The regular edition includes the CD only, a 36-page booklet, a random card and a lottery ticket to an event.[8]

Composition

The album is composed of twelve tracks. All tracks are Japanese versions of songs previously recorded in Korean. The songs "Welcome to Our Dream" and "Man in Love" were released on the fourth Korean mini-album New Challenge. "To-Ra-Wa", a Japanese version of the song "Dasi Dorawa", "She's Back" and "Wings" were released on the group's Korean debut mini-album First Invasion. "BTD (Before the Dawn)" was released on the second Korean mini-album Evolution. "Be Mine", "Tic Toc", "Timeless", "Crying", "Because" and "Julia" were released on their first Korean studio album Over the Top. The Japanese version of "Crying", a song of the group's sub-unit Infinite H, feature the Japanese television personality and singer Becky.

Singles

Three songs from the album were released as singles:

The first and debut single, a Japanese version of the song "BTD (Before the Dawn)", was released in November 19, 2011. It peaked at number seven in Oricon's weekly chart, selling 26,333 copies in its first week.[9]

The second single, a Japanese version of the song "Be Mine", was released in April 18, 2012. It peaked at number two in Oricon's weekly chart, selling 50,473 copies in its first week. The B-side, "Julia", was included on the album.[10]

The third and final single, a Japanese version of the song "She's Back", was released in August 29, 2012. It peaked at number three in Oricon's weekly chart, selling 38,998 copies in its first week. The B-side, "To-Ra-Wa", was also included on the album.[11]

Chart performance

The album debuted atop of Oricon Chart following its release selling 40,767 copies on the first day.[12][better source needed] In its first week on chart, the album sold a total of 69,647 copies making it number 1 on Oricon Weekly Album Chart. On its second week on chart the album dropped on number 18 selling another 4,178 copies.[13]

Track listing

All editions track list[8]
No.TitleLyricsMusicLength
1."Welcome to Our Dream" Ahn Junsung1:09
2."Man in Love"Song SooyoonHan Jaeho, Lee Changhyun, Kim Seungsoo3:17
3."To-Ra-Wa"Kim Boomin, Shinichi Yasuoka, Tetsuro Honda (Japanese lyrics), Tsuyoshi Shimizu Hiroshi (Japanese rap lyrics)Hitchhiker3:08
4."Tic Toc"Kim InaJ.Yoon3:33
5."Timeless" (Woohyun solo)J.YoonJ.Yoon4:32
6."Be Mine"Song Sooyoon, Taiki, Cue, Yumiko, Lotus Juice (Japanese lyrics)Han Jaeho, Kim Seungsoo3:27
7."Crying" (Infinite H featuring Becky)Pe2ny, J-sus, MusikacasePe2ny, J-sus, Musikacase4:08
8."Because" (Sunggyu solo)JHJH3:53
9."BTD (Before the Dawn)"Song Sooyoon, Han Jaeho, Kim SeungsooHan Jaeho, Kim Seungsoo3:04
10."She's Back"Song Sooyoon, Han Jaeho, Kim Seungsoo, Mithra Jin, Yumiko (Japanese lyrics)Han Jaeho, Kim Seungsoo3:16
11."Tsubasa" (?; "Wings")Tablo, Mithra JinJ.Yoon3:13
12."Julia"Song Sooyoon, Yumiko (Japanese lyrics)Han Jaeho, Kim Seungsoo3:30
Total length:40:04

Charts, sales and certifications

Release history

Country Date Format Label
Japan June 5, 2013 CD,[8]Digital download Woollim Contests
Universal D

References

  1. ^ "? Infinite-ORICON STYLE". Oricon (in Japanese). Retrieved .
  2. ^ ?!. Universal Music Group (in Japanese). 2013-04-24. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "1st 2013?6?5?(?)?!!". Woollim Entertainment (in Japanese). 2013-03-27. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "1st!". Woollim Entertainment (in Japanese). 2013-04-10. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "INFINITE1st!!". Woollim Entertainment (in Japanese). 2013-04-24. Retrieved .
  6. ^ "?NEWS:20PPHOTO". Woollim Entertainment (in Japanese). 2013-05-08. Retrieved .
  7. ^ a b "Amazon.com()(DVD?)?". Amazon Japan (in Japanese). Retrieved .
  8. ^ a b c "Amazon.com?". Amazon Japan (in Japanese). Retrieved .
  9. ^ "BTD Before The Dawn Infinite-ORICON STYLE". Oricon (in Japanese). Retrieved .
  10. ^ "Be Mine Infinite-ORICON STYLE". Oricon (in Japanese). Retrieved .
  11. ^ "She's Back -Japanese Ver.- Infinite-ORICON STYLE". Oricon (in Japanese). Retrieved .
  12. ^ "INFINITE's album places first, Kim Hyun Joong's single places second on Oricon Charts". allkpop. Retrieved 2013.
  13. ^ "2013?06?10?~2013?06?16CD(". Oricon Style. Retrieved 2013.
  14. ^ "2013?06?03?~2013?06?09CD(2013?06?17)". Oricon Style. Retrieved 2013.
  15. ^ "2013?06CD". Oricon Style. Retrieved 2013.
  16. ^ "2013CD" [2013 CD Albums Yearly Ranking] (in Japanese). Oricon. 2013. Archived from the original on December 26, 2013. Retrieved 2013.

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