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Album: Afterschool 3rd Single BANG

Artist: Afterschool

  • Genre: K-Pop
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • Copyright: ℗ 2010 플레디스 (Pledis)

Tracklist For Afterschool 3rd Single BANG By Artist Afterschool

Title Artist Time
1
Let's Do It Afterschool 1:22 USD 0.99
2
Bang Afterschool 3:18 USD 0.99
3
With U Afterschool 3:51 USD 0.99
4
Bang (Inst.) Afterschool 3:18 USD 0.99

Reviews For Afterschool 3rd Single BANG By Artist Afterschool

  • I like it.

    4
    By adrienne12345
    Not my fave k-pop but they are really good!
  • AMAZING

    5
    By cosplayer101
    title says it all
  • AS !

    5
    By Hiroshiyaa
    Rhythmical song ! Makes you wanna dance !!!
  • playgirlz

    5
    By rosecampi
    This song, dare I say it, is the defining song of after school. It's like someone took their essence, all girl power, spunk, fire, and a dash of sexy thrown in the mix, and added it to a marching band. One of my top 10 favorite songs ALL TIME. or I could just be biased.
  • AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!

    5
    By I <3 kpop
    THEY FINALLY GOT THE ALBUM ON ITUNES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IM GONNA BUY IT RIGHT NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • After School

    5
    By iUWuv
    Finally I found After school! And I can't find most of there songs! But this song is awesome
  • Omg!

    5
    By Struglia
    I have been looking for the song bang! For what seems like forever and I have finally found it! THANK YOU!!! Gonna buy it now :)
  • #1KPOPFAN

    5
    By chestahcheetos
    I LUVV DA SONG BANG N LETS DO IT DAT INTRO IS RLLY CATCHY 2!!!!!!!xD CN U GUYS ALSO SELL DA MUSIC VIDEO OF BANG????
  • Um iTunes

    5
    By LacieLeia
    I have a question. I love Afterschool. This Single is great. But why is it that you DO have the other albums on iTunes, they're just all over the place? That and the most recent album has yet to see a release on iTunes. Other than that, Love the album, Bang! is such a wonderful song.
  • Whoa.

    5
    By Sara-Bareilles-play.my.music!
    Whoa this so stunningly good. Whoa is all I can say. It so good my mouth is just drop it is so good. I talking about Bang. The goodness too much it's so good. U really have to buy it.

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