We Young by NCT 엔시티
• EP / Mini Album / Digital
  Track List
Song Title Time Buy
1   We Young ★ ❑ 3:44 iTunes
2   La La Love 3:01 iTunes
3   Walk you home 같은 시간 같은 자리 2:55 iTunes
4   My Page 3:46 iTunes
5   We Young (Chinese Version) 3:43 iTunes
6   Trigger the Fever (Bonus Track) 3:26 iTunes
7   7. We Young (Instrumental) 3:44 iTunes
8   Trigger the Fever (Instrumental) 3:26 iTunes
★ - Promotional Main | ☆ - B Side Promo | ❑ - Has MV

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Digipak Dimensions: W 210 x H 150 x T 15.5 mm
Photobook: 72 pages
Poster: 1 Group
Poster Dimensions: W 920 x H 610 mm
Random Card: W 55 x H 85 mm

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We Young - The 1st Mini Album
EP / Mini Album / Digital

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Album Description

Review by  eric_r_wirsing  on allkpop.com  

The follow-up to their earlier single “Chewing Gum,” NCT Dream beats the heat with a summer comeback. Their first mini-album features six songs from NCT’s youngest subunit, including a bonus track and a Chinese version of the title track. 

 1. We Young

The lead single “We Young” is first up. This bubbly, upbeat tune is downright reggae during the main verses but quickly turns into a cheerful pop tune during the chorus. It’s light, poppy, and fun. There are no amazing technical effects here, but the rap part is absolutely adorable (a strange characterization for a rap, but it is what it is). A fun song overall.

 2. La La Love

Continuing the island beat, “La La Love” is along the same vein, with an acoustic guitar as accompaniment. It’s a little slower than “We Young,” but it has an uplifting chorus. And it’s hella catchy, to boot. There are some cute nods in here with a barely-audible girl in the background. This tune is almost pure aegyo, but it’s a fun bop.

 2. Walk you home

They certainly favor guitar-driven pop, as “Walk You Home” proves. It’s a very light, bubbly tune, and reminds me of some of those folk songs you might sing around a campfire. The only thing that throws that off is the rap line. The rapping here is more cutesy than swag, but they still give off that summer vibe.

[full review here]