Rockin' All Over the World is the tenth studio album by British band Status Quo. It is their first to be produced by Pip Williams and the first to feature Andy Bown as a regular contributor to the band; he would later join the band officially in 1982. Released in November 1977, it reached in the UK. "A poxy album," said guitarist and singer Francis Rossi. There's nothing poxy about Rockin' All Over the World," countered guitarist Rick Parfitt.
The album features seven members, marking the return of Shindong, Eunhyuk, Lee Donghae and Choi Siwon after their mandatory military service. Ahead of the official release, SM Entertainment released the single "One More Chance" on October 30, 2017.
Super Junior's second official album was intended for a late 2006 release, but due to several accidental setbacks, Don't Don was not released until September 20, 2007. Don't Don sold over 60,000 units the first day of release and debuted at number one on the monthly chart of September 2007. That same month, Kangin announced his hiatus to fulfill his two-year mandatory military service. With only ten members left, Super Junior went off to release their fourth studio album, Bonamana in May 2010. Although the album did not fare well as Sorry, Sorry critically, it sold over 300,000 copies in South Korea, outselling Sorry, Sorry. Bonamana" was originally made by moves from Michael Jackson's MV's choreographed together.
Rockin' All Over the World" is a rock song written by John Fogerty, formerly of Creedence Clearwater Revival. It made its debut on Fogerty's second solo album in 1975. It was also released as a single, spending six weeks in the US top 40, peaking at Rolling Stone critic Dave Marsh considered the song a good choice for the album's lead single, although he claimed that it was "little more than the formulaic CCR sound with the title repeated over and over, like a chant.
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The album was released to digital retailers on Aug. 29 giving it very little time to rack up sales in Billboard's tracking week that ends Sunday at midnight. Super Junior had previously sent 2011 LP Mr. Simple to No. 41 on Heatseekers Albums (it peaked at No. 3 on World Albums) while 2012's Sexy, Free & Single hit No. 37 on Heatseekers (and also peaked at No. 3 on World Albums). After the two-year wait, Super Junior's latest shows the band at what might be their most experimental yet. More From the Super Junior Guys. Paying tribute to the famous movie genre, there's an over-the-top plotline showing ridiculous fight scenes of the guys spliced in between shots of their group choreography. While the Latin musical theme did not inspire the overall visual theme, the band does incorporate a bit of flamenco in their routine in the second verse.
Congratulations to Super Junior on once again showing the widespread influence they have all over the world! They topped this week's World Albums chart on Billboard with their seventh album, 'Mamacita,' beating out other globally established artists like Khun Narin and Celtic Woman. Not to mention, Super Junior's 'Mamacita' is at number four on Billboard's World Digital Songs chart and number 39 on the Heatseeker Albums chart! Super Junior.
|A||All Over The World||4:10|
|B||You Don't Have 2 Look||4:54|
NotesTaken from the album "Renewal"
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|MCST 1691||Junior||All Over The World (12")||MCA Records||MCST 1691||UK||1992|
|WMCST 1691||Junior||All Over The World (12", Promo)||MCA Records||WMCST 1691||UK||1992|
|MCSTD 1691||Junior||All Over The World (CD, Single)||MCA Records||MCSTD 1691||UK||1992|