Girls Generation (SNSD) – PARTY + Check (Mp3 + MV Mp4)

Download SNSD Girls Generation PARTY MP3 MP4 – More than year since their last album release in South Korea, Girls’ Generation have returned with the perfect beach party song for the summer of 2015.
Grab your blanket and head down to the beach. Girls’ Generation is throwing a summer ‘Party.’ In anticipation of their upcoming album, they’re giving you a taste of what’s to come with two hot tracks.

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Girls’ Generation – PARTY
Artist: Girls’ Generation (소녀시대) [SNSD/Soshi]
Release Date: 2015.07.07
Genre: Dance, R & B / Soul
Language: Korean
Bit Rate: MP3-320kbps / 128kbps

Track List:
02. Check
03. PARTY (Inst.)

Album Review

Party” is a fun track. You only have to listen to the instrumental to find out how much the girls’ voices add to it. This tasty pop confection serves up the sunshine, the autotune (at some points) pushing their voices up to childlike pitch. With a synth riff that bounces along with the vocals, it makes for an exuberant, fun time. It’s light, fluffy, and definitely easy on the ears.

Check” represents a bit of a shift for the band to a more EDM-inspired sound. More controlled and more skillfully executed than ” Catch Me If You Can ,” (IMHO) the girls croon while a synth lows in the background. This song is seriously hook-laden, lyrics like “ma-ya-ya-yan” (“man”) and “come here baby / So come and come and get me.”

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✓ * Music Video * [MV] Girls’ Generation (SNSD) – PARTY.mp4
소녀시대(SNSD Girls Generation) – PARTY.mp3
소녀시대(SNSD Girls Generation) – Check.mp3

Now I can’t wait for the full album. This album had fun written all over it, so now it’s got me curious about what’s ahead. But in the meantime, we have a couple sizzling singles to enjoy. So head down the beach, grab the headphones, and join the “Party.”

Along with being Girls’ Generation‘s first Korean release since their higly innovative 2014 EP “Mr. Mr.,” “Party” is the girl group’s second Korean song release since the departure of former member Jessica Jung.  In April, the Girls’ released “Catch Me If You Can,” marking their debut as an eight-member group.

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