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"
    Released:
  2. "Once, Just Once"
    Released:
  3. "I Just Wanna Be..."
    Released:
  4. "Baby I Like You Like That"
    Released:

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 (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.