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Post  xantthe on Tue Jan 04, 2011 10:57 am

The Beginning is the debut studio album by South Korean boyband JYJ, a group formed of three of the five members of TVXQ. It is the group's first English release, after their 2010 Japanese language extended play The..., released earlier in the year. It was released on October 14, 2010 through Warner.
Two weeks before the release of the album in South Korea, 50,000 copies of the regular edition had been pre-ordered and pre-sales for the 99,999 copies of the special edition of The Beginning reached numbers of 400,000 requests.
The album was released on November 16, 2010 in the United States as a digital download, however a wider release is planned by the group in early 2011.

Released: October 14, 2010

Track listing

1. "Intro"
2. "Ayyy Girl" (feat. Kanye West, Malik Yusef)
3. "Empty"
4. "Be My Girl"
5. "Still in Love"
6. "I Love You feat. Flowsik
7. "I Can Soar"
8. "Be the One"

The first single from the album was "Ayyy Girl," featuring Kanye West and Malik Yusef.The song had moderate success in South Korea, peaking at #19 on Gaon's single charts. The music video for the album's second single, "Empty," will be shot in December. The song debuted at #18 in Korea during the album's release, due to strong digital sales.
The band toured Asia in October and November 2010 in promotion of the album.This began with two showcases in Seoul on October 12, at the 11,000 seating Hwaseong Tiger Dome at Korea University.The tickets for these events sold out in 15 minutes, and a portion of the profits was donated to World Vision. The band planned concerts in the United States in New York Las Vegas and Los Angeles, however were denied P1 visas for these concerts. In response to this, the group performed free showcases on these dates and refunded ticket purchasers. JYJ's management, C-JeS Entertainment, was unsure of the reason for the reason for the visa denial. The band's other planned US dates in Seattle, San Francisco and Hawaii were later cancelled.6,400 people attended the New York showcase, despite the venue being able to hold 3,400 people.
The band was featured in Billboard magazine's release of the week in November, the first time an international act has been featured. This lead to the magazine's website receiving its highest daily traffic day recorded, as of 2010.


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