Album Republic of 2PM is the first Japanese studio album (third album overall) by South Korean band 2PM. The album was released on November 30, 2011 in three editions: 2 CD+DVD and standard edition.
Description Republic of 2PM
Title: Republic of 2PM
Release date: 30.11.2011
To promote the album, 2PM released a music video for the song “Hands Up”. The music video premiered on major Japanese music channels on November 21, 2011.
Track list of the album Republic of 2PM
01. I’m Your Man
02. Ultra Lover
03. I’ll Be Back (Japanese Ver.)
04. Stay With Me
05. Without U (Japanese Ver.)
06. Crazy In Love
08. Take Off
09. Hands Up (Japanese Ver.)
11. Heartbeat (Japanese Ver.)
The album includes 8 original Japanese songs. It also includes Japanese versions of singles from the band’s Korean albums. For example, “Heartbeat” from 1:59PM, “Without U” from Don’t Stop Can’t Stop, “I’ll Be Back” and “Hands Up” from Still 2:00PM. The album also features a song written by Jun. K.
Where to buy the album Republic of 2PM
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1) Version CD
2) Version А (CD + DVD)
3) Version B (CD + DVD)
Unboxing of the album Republic of 2PM
Version Normal edition CD
Version Limited edition
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2PM (투피엠) consists of 6 participants: Jun. K (formerly Junsu), Nichkhun, Taecyeon, Wooyoung, Junho, and Chansung. The former leader of the band 2PM, Jay Park, left the group in 2010. JYPE trainees were members of the survival show “Hot Blood Men“, after which a group of 11 members of “One Day” was formed, ready for their debut. Later, the group was split into two: 2PM and 2AM. 2PM debuted on September 4, 2008 (JYP Entertainment label).
Fanclub 2PM: Hottest
Official 2PM fan colors: metallic grey
2PM is the only male group of JYP Entertainment to perform on stage for almost a decade (until recently, they were the second group in the agency as a whole after Wonder Girls, who disbanded in 2017); they also became the only one of One Day to renew their contracts with JYP almost in full (all members of 2AM left for different agencies; Taecyeon decided not to renew the contract, but, nevertheless, will continue to advance as a group).