Korean idol group Super Junior are set to release a live album of their tour on Thursday, according a press release by their agency SM Entertainment.
The album, titled "Super Junior The 2nd Asia Tour Concert Album", will contain live performances from their July concert, held at Seoul's Olympic Park Fencing Stadium from July 17-19. The contents include performances of their hit songs as a group and as the group's sub-units, Super Junior-K.R.Y., Super Junior-T and Super Junior-M.
In particular, the bonus tracks of the album carry an R&B ballad version of their hit single "Sorry Sorry-Answer", newly arranged versions of "It's You" and "Shining Star" as well as the classic pop tune "Puff The Magic Dragon".
The remix versions of "Sorry, Sorry-Answer" and "It's You" will also be available on Internet music sites such as Melon, Dosirak and Cyworld prior to the album's release.
Super Junior, composed of 13 members, has been one of the most popular K-pop acts in Asia since their debut in 2005.
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