Wake Up (BTS Album)
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Wake Up BTS Album
Wake Up
BTS Wake Up album cover.jpg
Studio album by BTS
ReleasedDecember 24, 2014
Genre
Length49:44
LanguageJapanese
LabelPony Canyon
Producer
  • Pdogg
  • "Hitman" Bang (co-producer)
BTS chronology
Singles from Wake Up
  1. "No More Dream"
    Released: June 4, 2014
  2. "Boy In Luv"
    Released: July 16, 2014
  3. "Danger"
    Released: November 19, 2014

Wake Up is the debut Japanese studio album by South Korean boy band BTS, which was released on December 24, 2014. The album features 13 tracks, including the Japanese versions of "No More Dream", "Boy in Luv", and "Danger", as well as two original Japanese songs: "The Stars" and "Wake Up". The album peaked at number two on Oricon Charts.

Editions

  • Limited Edition Type A (PCCA-4137): The limited edition features, along with the standard track list of the album, a video clip of BTS' first official fan meeting in Japan at the Tokyo Dome City Hall, and a campaign lottery ticket.
  • Limited Edition Type B (PCCA-4138): The limited edition features, along with the standard track list of the album, a DVD with their Japanese music videos, and a campaign lottery ticket.
  • Regular Edition (PCCA-4139): The regular edition includes the CD only and a random photo card.

Releases and promotion

Three songs from the album were released as singles:

The first and debut single, a Japanese version of the song "No More Dream", was released on June 4, 2014. It peaked at number eight in Oricon's weekly chart,[1] selling more than 34,000 copies. Type A, Type B, and a regular edition of the single was released and also included a Japanese version of "Attack on Bangtan" (""), while the regular edition included an additional Japanese version of "Like" ("!").

The second single, a Japanese version of the song "Boy In Luv", was released on July 16, 2014. It peaked at number four in Oricon's weekly chart.[2] It has sold for more than 44,000 copies.[3] Type A, Type B, and a regular edition of the single was released and also included a Japanese version of "N.O" , while the regular edition included an additional Japanese version of "Just One Day".

The third and final single, a Japanese version of the song "Danger", was released on November 19, 2014. It peaked at number five in Oricon's weekly chart, selling 49,124 copies in its first week.[4] Type A, Type B, and a regular edition of the single was released and also included a Japanese SONPUB remix version of "Attack on Bangtan" (""), while the regular edition included an additional Japanese version of "Miss Right".

For the promotion of their debut studio album, BTS went on their first Japanese tour called: "1st JAPAN TOUR 2015 ?WAKE UP: OPEN YOUR EYES?". They toured Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, and Fukuoka from February 10 to February 19, 2015, attracting more than 25,000 spectators.[5][6][7]

Track listing

Credits adapted from the Genuis's and the liner notes of the physical album.[8]

Original

Type A, Type B and Normal CD
No.TitleWriter(s)ProducerLength
1."Intro"Shingo SuzukiShingo Suzuki1:15
2."The Stars"
KM-MARKIT4:16
3."Jump" (Japanese Ver.)
  • SUGA
  • Pdogg
  • Supreme Boi
  • Rap Monster
  • J-hope
  • SUGA
  • Pdogg
  • Supreme Boi
3:56
4."Danger" (Japanese Ver.)
  • Pdogg
  • Thanh Bui
  • Rap Monster
  • SUGA
  • J-Hope
  • KM-MARKIT
Pdogg4:05
5."Boy In Luv" (Japanese Ver.)
Pdogg3:50
6."Just One Day" (Japanese Ver. Extended)
  • Pdogg
  • Rap Monster
  • SUGA
  • J-hope
  • yasu2000
Pdogg5:34
7."!" (? ne! / I Like It!)
  • Slow Rabbit
  • Rap Monster
  • SUGA
  • J-hope
Slow Rabbit3:51
8."!Pt.2~~" (? ne! Pt. 2 ~ Ano basho de ~ / I Like It Pt.2 ~In That Place~)
  • Slow Rabbit
  • Rap Monster
  • SUGA
  • J-hope
  • Slow Rabbit
  • Pdogg
3:55
9."No More Dream" (Japanese Ver.)
  • Pdogg
  • "Hitman" Bang
  • Rap Monster
  • SUGA
  • J-hope
  • Supreme Boi
  • Jungkook
Pdogg3:42
10."" (Shingeki no b?dan / Attack on Bangtan)
  • Pdogg
  • Rap Monstsd
  • SUGA
  • J-hope
Pdogg4:07
11."N.O" (Japanese Ver.)
  • Pdogg
  • "Hitman" Bang
  • Rap Monster
  • SUGA
  • J-Hope
  • Supreme Boi
Pdogg3:30
12."Wake Up"
  • Swing-O
  • Rap Monster
  • SUGA
  • J-hope
  • KM-MARKIT
Swing-O5:52
13."Outro"
  • Shingo Suzuki
  • Rap Monster
Shingo Suzuki1:36
Total length:51:44

Limited Edition Type A

Limited Edition Type B

Charts

Wake Up debuted at number two on Oricon Daily Album charts and third on Oricon Weekly Charts. At least 28,000 copies were sold.[9]

Chart Peak
position
Japan Oricon Daily Album Chart 2
Japan Oricon Weekly Album Chart 3

Release history

Country Date Format Label
Japan December 24, 2014 CD, digital download Pony Canyon
South Korea February 26, 2015 Digital download LOEN Entertainment

References

  1. ^ "NO MORE DREAM-Japanese Ver.-". Oricon (in Japanese). Retrieved 2014.
  2. ^ "BOY IN LUV". Oricon (in Japanese). Retrieved 2014.
  3. ^ " CD 2014?07?14?~2014?07?20?". Retrieved .
  4. ^ " CD 2014?11?17?~2014?11?23?". Oricon (in Japanese). Retrieved 2014.
  5. ^ ", ? .. ' ? ?'? | ?". Retrieved .
  6. ^ ", ? 4? ". Retrieved .
  7. ^ "1st JAPAN TOUR 2015?WAKE UP:OPEN YOUR EYES!! | ? | BARKS". www.barks.jp. Retrieved .
  8. ^ Credits for track listing:
  9. ^ "? ?" [?Oricon? BTS, First in Album Ranking and their Highest Sales Mark] (in Japanese). Oricon. September 13, 2016. Retrieved 2018.

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