Twice – Ready To Be - 2023 K-Pop - Target Exclusive Orchid Marbled Vinyl - Sealed Pic Disc LP/EP + Slipmat + Poster

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Twice - Ready To Be 
Label: JYP Entertainment – IMP763V1, Republic Records – IMP763V1
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Mini-Album, Limited Edition, Red, Black, White [Orchid] Marbled
Target exclusive release. First pressing.
Housed in a PVC protective outer sleeve.
Includes folded 12x24" poster insert, turntable slipmat, and lenticular postcard.
All tracks numbered sequentially regardless of side.
℗© 2023 JYP Entertainment under exclusive license to Imperial, a division of UMG.
Barcode: 196922265662
Country: US
Released: Mar 10, 2023
Genre: Electronic, Pop
Style: K-pop, Dance-pop, Nu-Disco, Pop Rock
A1 Set Me Free 
A2 Moonlight Sunrise 
A3 Got The Thrills   
B4 Blame It On Me    
B5 Wallflower  
B6 Crazy Stupid Love 
''It’s a strength that’s been brewing in TWICE’s lyrical world for some time. Back in 2020, ‘More & More’ found the women declaring: “I know I want it / I’m not gonna try to please you anymore.” Although other recent title tracks like ‘Feel Special’ and ‘Alcohol-Free’ have put the power in someone else’s hands (“You make me feel special”, “I’m drunk in you,” they sang on each, respectively), ‘Ready To Be’ puts the nine members of the JYP group in the driving seat.
The glittering Miami bass-pop of ‘Moonlight Sunrise’ – their second original English-language song – is perhaps the strongest example of TWICE’s burgeoning directness. “Baby, I don’t really mean to rush / But I’mma really need your touch / If I’mma make it through the night,” Nayeon and Mina coolly share, before they drop the invitation: “Come take a shot on me, I gotcha.” 
Clearly, TWICE are not in a timid mood. Tzuyu reinforces that feeling on ‘Wallflower’, a Latin-flecked song that could lift off into a banger but instead keeps things to a compelling hush. Instead of adopting the shyness of the song’s title, the singer drops a confrontational dare: “What do you think of me? / Look me in the eye.” Later, Momo and Dahyun tease: “Are you shy? I wonder why,” they ponder. “Come a little closer.” (NME
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Condition New
Format LP, EP
Color Purple, Pink