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It is a compilation album consisting of both Korean and Japanese-language versions of the group's first five singles. It was released on June 28, by Warner Music Japan. The album surpassed , unit sales within four days since its release, and sold a total of , physical copies on its first week sales. In early February , Twice launched their Japanese website and other social media channels. Large photos and ads of Twice were seen on the walls of busy shopping districts and subway station in Tokyo on February 8. It was revealed then that they would release a compilation album titled Twice which consists of 10 songs including both Korean and Japanese-language versions of " Like Ooh-Ahh ", " Cheer Up " and " TT. On May 31, Twice released details of the album, including the track listing. A week later, Twice digitally released "Signal Japanese ver. It was also released as a digital download in EP format on various portals, including South Korean music sites distributed by Genie Music , containing the five Japanese-language songs. On June 14, , it was announced that Twice would have a collaboration with Shibuya store's Summer Sale campaign for to mark the album release of Twice.
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South Korea-based girl group Twice have released three studio albums , two compilation albums , four reissues , nine extended plays , one compilation extended play, and twenty seven singles. With over 5. The EP became one of the best-selling albums by a girl group in the history of Gaon Album Chart , with about , copies sold as of March The former three releases became the top three best-selling albums by a girl group in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikimedia list article. Twice performing their best-selling digital single " Cheer Up " in July
BDZ an abbreviation for "bulldozer"  is the first Japanese studio album second overall by South Korean girl group Twice. It was released on September 12, by Warner Music Japan. The album contains five previously released songs and five new ones, including the title track of the same name produced by Park Jin-young. A repackage edition with one additional song was released on December 26,