Sign


Sign
Sign
Single par Brown Eyed Girls
Face A Sign (Japanese version)
Face B Love is… (Jea & Miryo)
Sortie 26 janvier 2011 Drapeau du Japon
Genre Kpop
Format CD single+DVD
Label NegaNetwork
Classement 24e à l'Oricon

Sign est le 1ersingle japonais des Brown Eyed Girls sorti sous le label NegaNetwork le 26 janvier 2011 au Japon. Il arrive 24e à l'Oricon et reste classé 4 semaines. Il sort en édition A (CD+DVD), B (CD+Calendrier+chanson bonus), C (CD+chansons bonus), et l'édition normale (CD).

Liste des titres

CD Type B
No Titre Durée
1. Sign (Japanese version)
2. Love is… (Jea & Miryo)
3. Sign (Korean version)
4. Abracadabra (FRAKTAL Voodoo Remix) (Bonus)
CD Type C
No Titre Durée
1. Sign (Japanese version)
2. Love is… (Jea & Miryo)
3. Sign (Korean version)
4. Abracadabra ~ Dondake Beauty Mix (Brown Eyed Girls with IKKO) (Bonus)
5. Sign (Junjaman Remix) (Bonus)
DVD
No Titre Durée
1. Sign
2. Sign (Making of)

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