After having prepared for their next Japanese releases, it was revealed through the group's official Japanese website that U-Kiss is set to release not only their second Japanese single, but also their first full length album later this month.
The single “Forbidden Love”, will be released in three different versions. A CD only, CD+DVD as well as a Mumo Shop release. All three versions contain the same songs, title track “Forbidden love” as well as a b-side called “Redial” and both of its instrumentals. The CD only version will have a Japanese version of “Every Day” as an extra addition to the tracklist.
The group's first full length album “A Shared Dream”, was revealed to have 12 tracks. It will be available in the same three versions as the single; a CD Only, CD+DVD and a Mumo Shop version. The CD only release will receive an extra bonus track called “Tick Tack -MARCAN Mix-”, while the DVD version comes with additional footage of behind-the-scenes filming, as well as the music videos for their earlier released singles.
Next to their Japanese singles and eight new tracks, “A Shared Dream” comes with three remakes of earlier Korean tracks “Shut Up!”, “Bingeul Bingeul” and “Man Man Ha Ni”.
Both releases will be revealed on February 29th.
A Shared Dream
1. Tick Tack
2. Forbidden Love
3. Show Me Your Smile
4. We Set off!!
5. A Shared Dream
6. The Sound of Magic
8. Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe
9. Man Man Ha Ni -Japanese ver.-
10. Bingeul Bingeul -Japanese ver.-
11. Shut Up!! -Japanese ver.-
1. Forbidden Love
3. Forbidden Love (instrumental)
4. Redial (instrumental)