Just Listen (album)

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Just Listen
Studio album by Seven
Released March 7, 2003[1] (South Korea)
Genre R&B, pop, hip hop
Length 50:33
Label YG Entertainment
Seven chronology
Just Listen
(2003)
Must Listen
(2004)
Singles from Just Listen
  1. "Come Back to Me"
  2. "Once, Just Once"
  3. "I Just Wanna Be..."
  4. "Baby I Like You Like That"

Just Listen is the first album by Korean pop and R&B singer Seven, released on March 7, 2003, under YG Entertainment. It produced four singles: "와줘" (Come Back to Me), "한번 단 한번" ("Once, Just Once"), "I Just Wanna Be..." and "Baby I Like You Like That".

Track listing[edit]

# Title
1 Intro (featuring Perry & G-Dragon)
2 I Just Wanna Be...
3 와줘 (Wa Chweo, Come Back to Me)
4 한번 단 한번 (Han Bon Dan Han Bon, Once, Just Once)
5 "One To Ten"
6 아쉬운 이별 (featuring Wheesung) (Ah Shwi Oon Ee Pyol, Sad Parting)
7 Seven (interlude)
8 우연히 널 봐도 (Oo Yon Hi Neol Pwa Doh, If I Happen to See You Again)
9 Luz Control (featuring Wheesung & Lexy)
10 Baby I Like You Like That
11 꽃을 들고서 (Got Seul Deul Ko Seo, Holding Flowers)
12 안녕 (featuring Gummy) (Ahnnyong, Goodbye)
13 더 멀리 떠나요 (Toh Mol Ri Doh Na Yo, Leave Me Far Away)
14 너이길 바래 (Neo Ee Gil Pa Rae, I Hope It's You)

Chart performance[edit]

Just Listen entered the Korean Monthly Album Chart at #22, with "lukewarm" sales of 13,986[2] However, it started to gain popularity and rose to a peak of #4, which the album held for two consecutive months[3][4] The album was #10 on the 2003 year-end chart, with total sales of 212,317 copies.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Just Listen". Allmusic. Retrieved 2013-11-06. 
  2. ^ "MIAK: Album Sales in March 2003" (in Korean). Music Industry Association of Korea. Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved 2007-05-22. 
  3. ^ "MIAK: Album Sales in April 2003" (in Korean). Music Industry Association of Korea. Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved 2007-05-22. 
  4. ^ "MIAK: Album Sales in May 2003" (in Korean). Music Industry Association of Korea. Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved 2007-05-22. 
  5. ^ "MIAK: Album Sales in 2003" (in Korean). Music Industry Association of Korea. Archived from the original on 2007-05-16. Retrieved 2007-05-22.