“Now, two years later, Super Junior is still trying to live up to (if not re-do) everything from the “Sorry, Sorry” era via crazy concepts and ‘reinvented’ arrangements. More than impress, it translates as a lazy effort on YYJ’s part, and a tired one from Super Junior.
It begs the question, how many more times will they recycle a set of songs before they realize it’s time to move on?
Unfortunately for Super Junior, it resulted in a fifth album that had some great tracks, but poor overall cohesion. Ultimately, it felt like the boys faltered somehow on their way back to the throne as Korea’s K-Pop princes, and the hype just didn’t match up to the finished product.”
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