Though it’s uncommon for Japanese albums from Okay-pop acts to make their method onto North American music websites and be stocked by retailers, BTS’ Stateside ARMY acquired entry to the Japanese Face Yourself album in July. Originally launched in April, the album now can be accessible regionally via three new particular editions.
The limited-edition A and B variations will every embrace the Face Yourself CD, which options Japanese variations of their hits “DNA” and “Mic Drop” plus authentic Japanese songs like “Crystal Snow,” “Let Go” and “Don’t Leave Me.” They may even characteristic music movies from the group and documentary footage from BTS’ December 2017 journey to Japan, with the A variant being supplied as a Blu-ray disc, whereas the B one can be a DVD.
Another model, limited-edition C, will include the CD and a 68-page picture booklet that includes unique photographs of the band. They are now accessible via pre-order on Amazon and can be launched on Nov. 16.
Face Yourself went to No. 43 on the Billboard 200 chart, dated April 14, upon its launch. It is certainly one of BTS’ three albums that broke into the highest 50 this yr; Love Yourself: Tear and Love Yourself: Answer went to No. 1 on the charts dated June 2 and Sept. eight, respectively.
The standard Okay-pop act will maintain a historic sold-out present at New York City’s Citi Field on Saturday.