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After School: The 6th Maxi Single '첫사랑 (First Love)'
1. 8 hot girl
2. 첫사랑 (First Love)
3. Dressing Room
4. Time’s up
5. Love Beat
6. 화장을 하다 울었어 (Crying After Putting on Make-up) (Jung-A & Raina Duet)
* After School’s Special Performance Concept: Pole Dancing
The title song ‘First Love’ is produced by Brave Brothers who have worked together with After School for ‘Because of You’. With a funky and groovy sound that hasn’t been revealed all this while and After School’s emotional and delicate voice colour, they show a captivating music colour although it’s heart aching. Through the song ‘First Love’, After School and Brave Brothers express that love is like a ‘beautiful memory in a black & white photograph’ and make After School be everyone’s first love.
With a captivating intro and the After School members’ catchy voices, ‘Love Beat’ is an expression when someone’s heart is beating for a certain person. With east4a who has worked with Orange Caramel before, they are given a song that matches After School with an electronic addicting song and catchy chorus.
A piano melody that matches Raina’s fresh vocals will be shown in the song ‘Time’s Up’. The song contains lyrics about the moment when someone looks into the past and wishes to go back to a certain time. Especially during maknae Kaeun’s part which is expressed as a powerful intro; the girl that everyone thinks of as a young one shows off her maturity and sexiness, resulting in everyone’s anticipation for Kaeun’s boundless growth.
Singer and producer Kye Bum Joo produced the song ‘화장을 하다 울었어 (Crying After Puting on Make-up)’, which is a Raina and Jung-A duet song. The song making process session has taken almost a year, and the song expresses a girl’s heartbreak and sorrow of parting and the sorrow of bitter love should be cleansed by tears.
‘Dressing Room’ is about an alluring woman’s seduction that happens in a mysterious dressing room. Among all the songs in this album, this song matches the most well with After School and people can feel their sexiness and charisma through it. (Additional info on ‘Dressing Room’, it is by Iggy & Seo Youngbae, producers of Orange Caramel’s ‘Lipstick’, Hello Venus’ ‘Would You Stay For Tea?’ and Ailee’s ‘Heaven’)
(via leesmusic, Editorial description translated by Ayu)