Original source: DailyMusic
English translation: tenshi_akuma
The lyrics include lots of unprintable words……!? The latest TEAM H album with such a shocking track!
Part.03 Comments on all the tracks. ‘Open the door’ ‘Do it on the speaker’ ‘Raining on dance floor (Japanese ver.)’
TEAM H released a single that has a bit different tastes from their previous works, which has injected some fresh air into TEAM H activities by Jang Keun Suk and BIG BROTHER. What kind of view of the world the album ‘Driving to the highway’ has? We’re going to offer comments on all the tracks!
The opening track is very important. That represents the album itself.
── Then, please give your comments on all the tracks of TEAM H 3rd album ‘Driving to the highway’. The opening track is ‘Open the door’.
JKS: This album starts with instrumental. Only shouting “Open the door!” is the vocal part.
── Even it’s about 5 minutes long, but the impressions given by the sound gradually changes.
BIG BROTHER: Right. I think it’s very important that the opening number represents the album itself. That’s why I put various factors in it.
── I think I’ve found your surprising side when I heard the electric guitar sound like a hard rock music.
BIG BROTHER: When I made the song, I wanted to express the similar melodious color such as single ‘Take me’ and title track ‘Driving to the highway’ using that emotional guitar sound. About the beat sound in later part, it’s a big feature of TEAM H, in short, electronic and danceable music side.
── Why you titled this song ‘Open the door’?
BIG BROTHER: It’s a message to open the door to TEAM H world.
── The 2nd number is ‘Do it on the speaker’.
JKS: It’s a simply shocking title, isn’t it? Lol.
── Do it on the speaker.
JKS: What this ‘it’ exactly means? Lol. I also wondered what it is and asked about it to BIG BROTHER.
── Then, the answer is…?
BIG BROTHER: Well…
JKS: It’s something like we can’t speak out in public? Lol.
── That’s what I imagined. Lol.
JKS: The image of this song is like soda popping up from the bottle. I want you to enjoy such a popping feeling.
── And the following song is ‘Raining on the dance floor (Japanese version)’.
JKS: It’s the lead song of this album. From this song, we start running into high gear. The melody has upper sound, but is mixed with a bit sentimental factor, too. I think it’s new for us.
BIG BROTHER: Yeah. Up to our previous works, most songs remind us of clubbing, but in this album, some songs are meant to impress listeners’ feelings. I can say this is one of them.