Exodus (Exo album)

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Exodus
EXODUS-EXO.png
Digital album cover for Exodus
Studio album by Exo
ReleasedMarch 30, 2015
Recorded2014–2015; SM Studios, Seoul
Genre
Length37:14
Language
Label
ProducerLee Soo-man
Exo chronology
Exology Chapter 1: The Lost Planet
(2014)
Exodus
(2015)
Sing for You
(2015)
Repackaged edition cover
Digital album cover for Love Me Right
Digital album cover for Love Me Right
Singles from Exodus
  1. "Call Me Baby"
    Released: March 30, 2015
Singles from Love Me Right
  1. "Love Me Right"
    Released: June 2, 2015

Exodus (stylized as EXODUS) is the second studio album by South Korean-Chinese boy band Exo. It was released on March 30, 2015, by SM Entertainment and distributed by KT Music.[1] The Album was re-released as 'Love Me Right' on June 3. With both versions of the album, Exo had the largest sales volume in the shortest amount of time for any K-pop artist at the time, selling more than one million copies in two months.[2][A]

Background and release[edit]

Before the album's release, SM Entertainment held a press conference, in which all the members were present except Lay, who was in China focusing on his then-upcoming film.[4]

Suho also stated that he had never thought about the sales numbers after the release of the album, and just wanted to bring new music to fans of the band.[5] He said that the only thing on the members' mind whilst making the album was for the listeners to enjoy it. He also concluded by saying that it would be a new start for Exo, after the lawsuits of former band members Luhan and Kris, and that the members would show a brighter, fresher side to their fans.

The album features the lyrics from the likes of Teddy Riley and also Shinee's Jonghyun who wrote the lyrics of the song "Playboy". There are 10 songs that span a number of genres including dance, R&B, and ballad.[6]

Exo stated that 20 different covers of the album would be released, both online and in physical copies. Each member would be featured on their own cover on the album, in both a Korean and Chinese version. The Korean versions were colored gold while the Chinese versions were silver. When aligned, the spines of all the albums together would create their new logo.[7]

Promotion[edit]

Exo held their comeback stage for "Call Me Baby" on M! Countdown (Mnet) where they co-operated their energetic choreography in various different stage locations. Along with the lead single, the band performed "My Answer" both on M! Countdown and Music Bank (KBS), and the title track both on Show! Music Core (MBC) and Inkigayo (SBS).[8][9][10][11] Exo won their first award on Inkigayo aired on April 5, 2015.[12]

Promotions for the album were wrapped up by the band's performances on The Show (SBS MTV) aired on April 28, 2015.[13] Exo received a total of 18 music show trophies for "Call Me Baby", breaking their own record previously held for "Growl" (14 trophies).

Commercial performance[edit]

According to SM Entertainment, pre-orders for Exodus reached 502,440 copies (321,200 in Korean and 181,240 in Chinese), already passing the half million mark.[14]

Domestically, the Korean version of the album topped the Gaon Weekly Albums Chart for four consecutive weeks, while its Chinese counterpart reached the runner-up position. Both versions occupied the first two spots until their third week of release.[15] Later, the Korean version of its repackaged edition Love Me Right stayed atop the chart for two straight weeks.[16] Exodus became the best-selling album in the first quarter of 2015, only two days after its release on March 30.[17]

In Japan, both albums entered the top 10 of the Oricon Weekly Albums Chart, peaking at numbers four (Korean) and seven (Chinese), respectively.[18] The combined version of the album sold over 6,000 copies in the United States, and charted at number 95 on the Billboard 200 in its initial week of release.[19] In doing so, Exodus became the second best-selling K-pop album in the region. The album also topped Billboard's World Albums Chart on the issue date of April 18, 2015, and stayed in the top 10 for six consecutive weeks.[20]

Exodus was the weekly best-selling album worldwide, with a total of 303,000 copies sold in its initial week.[21] With the pre-order sales figures for Love Me Right combined, the album's total sales surpassed one million units globally.[22][23]

Singles[edit]

SM Entertainment released the song "First Love" on YouTube to give the fans a sneak peek. According to the members, it was a present for the fans after waiting patiently and bearing with the problems and struggles faced by the band, while still supporting them with their activities. The song was uploaded onto music sharing websites, but was then made private after 10 hours of uploading it.[citation needed]

The lead single for the album, "Call Me Baby", was released online on March 28, 2015, while the accompanying music videos of two versions (both in Korean and Chinese, respectively) came out three days later through a number of media.[24] The Korean version of the single peaked at number two on the Gaon Singles Chart, while its Chinese counterpart reached number 36.[25][26] It also entered the Canadian Hot 100 for the week of April 25, 2015, debuting and peaking at number 98.[27] Since its release, "Call Me Baby" has sold almost 826,000 digital copies in South Korea,[B] and 831,000 worldwide.[29]

The Korean version of "Love Me Right", the lead single for the album's repackaged edition later topped the Gaon Singles Chart, becoming the band's second number-one hit in their native country following "December, 2014 (The Winter's Tale)" (see EXO discography).[30] It has sold about 625,000 digital copies in South Korea.[C]

The songs "El Dorado" and "Beautiful" from the album, were previously used three years prior, when SM Entertainment released the teasers for the band members. The songs used then were only short drafts and clips from the songs and had no lyrics. "El Dorado" was used in Chanyeol's teaser, whilst the teaser for "Beautiful" starred the members Lay, Baekhyun and Chen.[32][33]

Track listing[edit]

Exodus (Korean version)[34]
No.TitleLyricsMusicTranslated titleLength
1."Call Me Baby"Jo Yoon-kyung, January 8th (Jam Factory), Kim Dong-hyunTeddy Riley, DOM, Lee Hyun-seung, J.SOL, Dantae Johnson 3:31
2."Transformer"KenzieKenzie, Jonathan Yip, Jeremy Reeves, Ray Romulus, Ray McCullough 3:47
3."시선 둘, 시선 하나 (What If…)" (Siseon Dul, Siseon Hana)Seo Ji-eumThe Underdogs, Patrick "J. Que" Smith, Dewain Whitmore, Adonis ShropshireTwo Gazes, One Gaze (What If…)4:19
4."My Answer" (sung by Baekhyun, D.O., and Suho)Lee Joo-hyungLee Joo-hyung 3:33
5."Exodus"Jo Yoon-kyungAlbi Albertsson, Yuka Otsuki, Fabian Strangl 3:20
6."El Dorado"Seo Ji-eum, Lee Yoo-jinLim Kwang-wook, Mage, Chase, TK 3:59
7."Playboy"JonghyunJonghyun, Wefreaky 3:32
8."Hurt"Seo-jungAlbi Albertsson 3:39
9."유성우 (Lady Luck)" (Yuseong-u)Jo Yoon-kyungCommand Freaks, Andreas Stone JohanssonMeteor Shower (Lady Luck)3:33
10."Beautiful"Lee Chae-yoon (Jam Factory)Teddy Riley, DOM, Richard Garcia, Dantae Johnson, Labyron Walton 4:03
Total length:37:16
Love Me Right - Repackaged album (Korean version)[36]
No.TitleLyricsMusicTranslated titleLength
1."Call Me Baby"Jo Yoon-kyung, January 8th (Jam Factory), Kim Dong-hyunTeddy Riley, DOM, Lee Hyun-seung, J.SOL, Dantae Johnson 3:31
2."Transformer"KenzieKenzie, Jonathan Yip, Jeremy Reeves, Ray Romulus, Ray McCullough 3:47
3."시선 둘, 시선 하나 (What If…)" (Siseon Dul, Siseon Hana)Seo Ji-eumThe Underdogs, Patrick "J. Que" Smith, Dewain Whitmore, Adonis ShropshireTwo Gazes, One Gaze (What If…)4:19
4."My Answer" (sung by Baekhyun, D.O., and Suho)Lee Joo-hyungLee Joo-hyung 3:33
5."Exodus"Jo Yoon-kyungAlbi Albertsson, Yuka Otsuki, Fabian Strangl 3:20
6."El Dorado"Seo Ji-eum, Lee Yoo-jinLim Kwang-wook, Mage, Chase, TK 3:59
7."Playboy"JonghyunJonghyun, Wefreaky 3:32
8."Hurt"Seo-jungAlbi Albertsson 3:39
9."유성우 (Lady Luck)" (Yuseong-u)Jo Yoon-kyungCommand Freaks, Andreas Stone JohanssonMeteor Shower (Lady Luck)3:33
10."Beautiful"Lee Chae-yoon (Jam Factory)Teddy Riley, DOM, Richard Garcia, Dantae Johnson, Labyron Walton 4:03
11."Love Me Right"Oh Yoo-won (Jam Factory), Kim Dong-hyuniDR, Nermin Harambasic, Courtney Woolsey, Peter Tambakis, Ryan S. Jhun, Jarah Lafayette Gibson 3:25
12."Tender Love"GaekoGaeko, Lim Kwang-wook, Ryan Kim, Mistazo, Dauri, Chase 3:36
13."First Love"IseuranCedric "Dabenchwarma" Smith, Keynon Moore, Henry Hill, Ahmad Russell, Catherine Ahn, Danny Jones, Zev Perilman 4:02
14."약속 (EXO 2014)" (Yaksok)Chen, ChanyeolLay, Deez, Chen, ChanyeolPromise (EXO 2014)4:46
Total length:53:10
Notes
  • "Call Me Baby", "Love Me Right", "Tender Love", and "Promise (EXO 2014)" are sung by all members, with the rest being sung by EXO-K and EXO-M members in their respective Korean and Chinese versions except where individual members are indicated.
  • Tao does not participate in "Love Me Right", "Tender Love", and "Promise (EXO 2014)" due to his termination. His voice is heard in "First Love", even though he does not appear in the artwork of the repackage album.
  • EXO Member's Chen, Lay and Chanyeol composed the music and wrote the lyrics for Promise. [38]

Charts[edit]

Korean and Chinese versions

Chart Peak position Sales
Exodus
(Korean)
Exodus
(Chinese)
Love Me
Right

(Korean)
Love Me
Right

(Chinese)
South Korean Gaon Weekly Albums Chart 1[39] 2[39] 1[40] 2[40]
South Korean Gaon Monthly Albums Chart 1[43] 2[43] 1[44] 2[44]
South Korea Gaon 2015 Yearly Albums Chart 1 4 3 11
Japanese Oricon Weekly Albums Chart 4[18] 7[18] 9 14
Japanese Oricon Monthly Albums Chart 23[45] 46[45]

Combined version

Chart (2015) Peak position Sales
Exodus
(Combined)
Love Me
Right

(Combined)
US Billboard 200 95[46]
US Billboard Independent Albums Chart 15[47]
US Billboard Top Album Sales Chart 70[48]
US Billboard World Albums Chart 1[49] 2[50]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Nominated work Category Result
Golden Disk Awards EXODUS Disk Bonsang Won
Disk Daesang Won
Call Me Baby Digital Bonsang Nominated
MelOn Music Awards EXODUS Album of the Year Won
Call Me Baby Song of the Year Nominated
Mnet Asian Music Awards Call Me Baby UnionPay Song of the Year Nominated
EXODUS UnionPay Album of the Year Won
Gaon Chart K-Pop Awards EXODUS Artist of the Year (Album) - 1st Quarter Won
Love Me Right Artist of the Year (Album) - 2nd Quarter Won
Seoul Music Awards EXODUS Record of the Year in Album Release Nominated
MBC Music Show Champion Awards Call Me Baby Best Champion Songs of 2015 Won
4th YinYueTai V-Chart Awards EXODUS Album of the Year — Korea Won

Music program awards[edit]

Song Program Date
"Call Me Baby" Inkigayo (SBS) April 5, 2015[12]
April 12, 2015[51]
April 19, 2015[52]
Show Champion (MBC Music) April 8, 2015[53]
April 15, 2015[54]
April 22, 2015[55]
M! Countdown (Mnet) April 9, 2015[56]
April 17, 2015[57]
April 30, 2015[58]
Music Bank (KBS) April 10, 2015[59]
April 17, 2015[60]
April 24, 2015[61]
May 1, 2015[62]
Show! Music Core (MBC) April 11, 2015[63]
April 18, 2015[64]
April 25, 2015[65]
May 2, 2015[66]
The Show (SBS MTV) April 28, 2015[67]
"Love Me Right" Show Champion (MBC Music) June 10, 2015[68]
June 17, 2015[69]
June 24, 2015[70]
Music Bank (KBS) June 12, 2015[71]
June 19, 2015[72]
Show! Music Core (MBC) June 13, 2015[73]
June 20, 2015[74]
June 27, 2015[75]
The Show (SBS MTV) June 16, 2015[76]
M! Countdown (Mnet) June 18, 2015[77]
Inkigayo (SBS) June 21, 2015[78]

Release history[edit]

Edition Region Date Format Label
Exodus South Korea March 30, 2015 CD, digital download SM Entertainment, KT Music
Worldwide[34][35] Digital download SM Entertainment
Love Me Right South Korea June 3, 2015 CD, digital download SM Entertainment, KT Music
Worldwide[36][37] Digital download SM Entertainment

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ This record was set after the Gaon Music Chart began tracking album sales since 2010. In September 2000, Jo Sung-mo's third studio album Let Me Love sold more than 1.7 million copies during its initial month of release.[3]
  2. ^ Sales for both versions are combined.[28]
  3. ^ Sales for both versions are combined.[31]
  4. ^ Sales for both Exodus and Love Me Right are combined.[41]
  5. ^ Sales for Exodus only.[42]
  6. ^ Sales for Exodus only.[19]

References[edit]

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