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Girls' Generation Make A K-Pop Masterpiece!

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THIS is why we lurve K-Pop!!

If you haven't already been introduced, this is Girls' Generation, and they're better than all of us.

This (above) is their newest and TOTES over-the-top video for their new single Twinkle.

Do yourself a favor and PRESS PLAY! They have lots and lots to teach us about dance moves and what to demand be put in your dressing room. LOL!

You're welcome.

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30 comments to “Girls' Generation Make A K-Pop Masterpiece!”

  1. Seektall says – reply to this


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  2. HollywoodMan says – reply to this


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    Apparently that Korean record company paid Perez well……..

  3. Harry says – reply to this


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    TTS have successfully made me love Kpop more!!! Amazing!!! This single is so fcukin amazing yo!!!



  4. 4

    NO!!!!! This is TTS, Taetiseo! These are THREE members from SNSD which make up the Girls Generation subunit TTS! You have made this Sone very annoyed! Leave my K-pop alone, plzkthnx.



  5. 5

    Geez, Perez. Even if you're getting paid to promote K-Pop at least get your facts right. This is not Girls Generation. The girls are 3 members from Girls Generation and they are Taetiseo.

  6. Zip says – reply to this


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    The video has strong visuals, and great quality-control, you can see that they spent large amounts of money here…and gave great care to putting it together, but the song is horribly dated, and is not a very good song. The production is professional, and it is mixed well, it just is not hit worthy, or modern–worse still, the girls are doing Christina Aguilera inspired vocal runs that are also dated–by about 10 years? Really, the song overall, actually sounds like it is a throw-away transitional song from a mid to late 70s variety show.

  7. jh says – reply to this


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    I love their live performances with this song. I miss artists who manage to sound just like they do on the album, while singing live. If anyone gets a chance you should watch Twinkle on Music Bank.

  8. J says – reply to this


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    People who describes this MV as old fashion… well it IS supposed to be like that. 70s music, i didn't know music that comes out these days MUST be modern. Zip obviously doesn't know anything about kpop and especially SM. SM is too cheap to actually shoot out of the box settings. I bet the most expensive part of the MV are the Roll Royce and the Piano.



  9. 9

    Im with you HollywoodMan!!
    This is just tragic! Sometimes i dunno wtf Perez is on!



  10. 10

    PEREZ! Why don't you ever mention SISTAR! They are amazing. You got me into K-POP but yet you never mention them. Sistar is the best out there. Their comeback Alone is an amazing song along with an even better music video. Also their singles Push Push, and ofcourse So Cool, cool. Is amazballs! Please feature SISTAR! STAR1 baby!!!

  11. ivan says – reply to this


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    Woot Woot Girls Generation I love it!

  12. Banana says – reply to this


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    Re: reddotgirl – =.= lol even there are 3 mems only but they ur stil Girls' Generation, that all

  13. namuun says – reply to this


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    Re: Zip – It's an awesome song..I liked it the moment I listened to it.. maybe it's just not your type of music..just because you don't like it..doesn't mean you can bash it

  14. Lauren says – reply to this


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    Don't expect Kpop to sound like new English songs these days. It's called Kpop for a reason.



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    Re: Zip – You should try to be more open-minded to different styles of music and not just whatever is considered popular at the moment. It's a big world out there.

  16. Zip says – reply to this


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    @IEATKFC: Actually my brother has been one of the early innovators of the Asian pop sound, specifically with Filipina artists–in fact, I would go as far as calling him the mastermind of it, and his work led to K-Pop and J-Pop copying his lead. I am fair, and open to all styles of music, I tend to love it all, but I know my demographics. I am giving this group and their advisers advice on how to break into the meanstream American and Western/Eastern Eurpean and even Latin American markets, etc. Their sound needs major tweaking to bring it up to date. They have the look, and the talent…as well as the backing, but the sound in not up to the demands of modern commercial radio in the Pop World.

  17. Zip says – reply to this


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    @namuun: The point is, with all of the money that was spent on the visuals of the video, that budget is worthy of a truly great song, and this is not a great song, from the bea, to the melody, and to be a major hit, it has to be that–great. I am only telling you what mainstream radio programmers and DJs will tell the record label, and even video stations and clubs, they will say, "We love the video, we love the girls, but the music is lacking"…and that is the ultimate problem here, if you want to win the public, you have to first win those people, and the press, however, this song does not have the ingredients of a hit, and that is a big issue here. I am just honestly giving them a short-hand to huge fame, but it is up to them to listen, or not.



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    plastic girls with computer voices made for lonely middle aged korean men :S barf
    they are just a gigantic rip off of momusu from 10 years ago, that's why they sound so dated. do yourself a favor, p, and go listen to the original artists that these korean barbies just plagiarize.

  19. Zip says – reply to this


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    Amended–@namuun: The point is, with all of the money that was spent on the visuals of the video, that budget is worthy of a truly great song, and this is not a great song, from the beat, to the melody, and to be a major hit, it has to be just that, great. I am only telling you what mainstream radio programmers and DJs will tell the record label, and even video stations and clubs–they will say, "We love the video, we love the girls, but the music is lacking"…and that is the ultimate problem here, if you want to win the public, you have to first win those people, and the press, however, this song does not have the ingredients of a hit, and that is a big issue here. I am just honestly giving them a short-hand to huge fame, but it is up to them to listen, or not.

  20. Zip says – reply to this


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    IEATKFC: Oops, that's "mainstream", sorry for the typo. As per the group, I wish to help them cut through the red-tape of making it big here, and by cutting to the chase is the best way to do it. If this sound works in Japan and or South Korea, great, but in the rest of the world, for most, it won't work, and so, I would suggest that they explore other sounds that are more popular here. They can release that music here, and see if it works for them, if not, they can keep the sound most comfortable to them, and you, but if I am right, they will find that they will garner more attention and sales by refreshng and rebooting their present sound–and they can start with a remix, and or, additional production of this song.

  21. raymund here says – reply to this


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    Guys they are still Girls Generation but the only thing is that they are the sub uni TTS… but TTS also represent Girls Generation,,,, even in kpop tv shows they are called SNSD-TTS

  22. sone9 says – reply to this


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    Re: Zip – I actually don't like the song that much myself despite being a fan but, it IS suppose to be a sort of tribute to the past. "motown inspired", I believed their company put it? While at times kpop does bring new interesting things to the table, they also are famous for doing 'concepts' that go back and take a time period like 'retro' and put their own twist. That being said, I agree, the video is beautiful but I prefer other songs on their album better.

  23. Zip says – reply to this


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    Sone9: Thank you for sharing that information with me, as all makes sense now–due to your words. I just want them to be able to break into this marketplace as easily as possible, as it is more than time for Asian acts to get their fair share of the spotlight in the Western World music scene, and beyond.

  24. artsfartstarts says – reply to this


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    LMAO!!! This music video's is some trying hard lightweight moulin rouge/lady marmalade rip off! So, so dated. This ought to be trashed to the wannabe bin. That's non-recyclable plastics in garbage terms.

  25. Kita says – reply to this


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    Re: artsfartstarts – The Boys and Oscar are much better representation of Girls' Generation's music (since, you know, it's *actually* Girl's Generation and not a sub unit containing a third of the members).

    But really, you're telling me you sat here, listened to the song, watched the video and *couldn't* tell that it was supposed to be a motown-inspired number?

  26. Zip says – reply to this


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    Re: Kita – Actually, it really doesn't sound like authentic Motown, and thus, that is another part of the problem–also many of these acts, well, there is so much going on, with so many members in the groups, they are having a real problem defining themselves, and if you look-up, at a glance, they are look the same–and that is a real issue. There should just be 3 to 5 members per group, and that is it–period, so one, the public and media, can get into the personalities, individualism, style, and look of each group member. This sub-group is a start, but this is actually the way the group should have looked, in terms of line-up, in the first place.

  27. Zip says – reply to this


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    Amended–Re: Kita – Actually, it really doesn't sound like authentic Motown, and thus, that is another part of the problem–also many of these acts, well, there is so much going on, with so many members in the groups, they are having a real problem defining themselves, and if you look-up, at a glance, they all look the same–and that is a real issue in regard to proper marketing and branding. There should just be 3 to 5 members per group, and that is it–-period(!!!), so the public and media at large, can get into the personalities, individualism, style, and look of each group member. This sub-group is a start, but this is actually the way the group should have looked, in terms of line-up, in the first-place.

  28. DifficultIdiots says – reply to this


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    Re: HollywoodMan – They've got millions and billions but they hardly interact with the American portals, places and such unless invited or paid. They don't pay. This company owns much more than you know.

  29. hey_there says – reply to this


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    Re: poorlittlerichiegirl – There's something called MR Removed. Americans haven't heard of it. It lets you remove back tracks and hear them sing live. I think people would know if they sang well or not. Their fanbase has donated three times more than Google to Japan, bought their girls a billboard in New York and donated thousands of kilograms of rice to needy countries while you sit here and hate. Coming from someone who isn't much of a fan of them, this is just the bare truth.

  30. Hmm... says – reply to this


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    Sounds similar to something Christina Aguilera's already done….lady marmalade…