Happy Moment by Cosmic Girls 우주소녀
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Dimensions: 158 x 218 mm
Photo & Lyrics Booklet: 50 pages
Booklet Dimensions: 145 x 204 mm
Photocard: 2 Random out of 26 possible
Photocard: Dimensions: 55 x 85 mm
Sticker: Balloon
Bookmark size: 100 x 50 mm
Poster: 1 out of 2 possible

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Vol. 1 - Happy Moment
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Album Description

Review on kpopreviewed  

WJSN (or Cosmic Girls) are back with their brand new album. It also happens to be their first full-length album, which was released a little over a year after their debut. The girls have drawn my attention with their title tracks “Secret” and “I Wish.” From what I have written for this album review, I feel like the album is a step in the right direction for the girls.

 2. 기적 같은 아이 Miracle

 I think most people agree that Miracle is a more suitable title track for this album. It was similar enough to follow the standards that “Secret” and “I Wish” had set. But at the same time, they managed to turn the song into a much brighter and light sound, which made it a refreshing song to listen to. Exy’s rap here is totally more badass and suitable for her voice. I did really like this track and thought it was really great amazing as well. (9/10)

5. Babyface

Babyface is a ridiculously catchy song. It also has a very quirky instrumental, which makes it quite interesting. The vocal work was also quite good in this song. I don’t have much to say about this song, besides that it is awesome and totally a song that I would go back to (9/10)

9. Geeminy

Another great track that also adds to the cute sound that the girls went for in this song, however, it can also be seen as a mature sound from the girls. Compared to the previous song, I liked the verses here. The chorus were much better though, in comparison, as it felt more dynamic and upbeat. The overall sound was much smoother. (9/10)

[full review here]