Page Two (stylized as PAGE TWO) is the second extended play (EP) by South Korean girl group Twice. The album was released digitally and physically on April 25, 2016 by JYP Entertainment. It is promoted by the lead single, "Cheer Up" which was produced by Black Eyed Pilseung. Consisting of seven tracks in total which incorporates various genres including dance-pop and hip hop, the EP became a commercial success for the group, reaching over 150,000 copies sold by September 2016. It set a record for having the highest first-week sales out of all Korean girl group album releases in 2016, until it was surpassed by Twice's succeeding EP Twicecoaster: Lane 1 which was released six months later.
On April 5, 2016, Twice released a group teaser image depicting the members wearing cheerleading outfits in an empty stadium on their official SNS accounts, revealing that their comeback was slated for April 25 with the word "#CheerUp" included in the image. JYP Entertainment announced that the group's comeback will "show an even more lively side of Twice" and further added that they will begin promotional activities for the upcoming album in the following week. On April 12, the group confirmed that their next release will be an EP titled Page Two, and released an image of the album's track list, revealing seven songs in total with the lead single "Cheer Up". The seventh track "I'm Gonna Be a Star", which served as the theme song for Sixteen, was announced to be included only in the physical copy of the album. Contents of the physical album (which comes in two versions: pink and mint) was also revealed, and it was announced that 30,000 limited edition copies featuring a special sleeve designed by member Chaeyoung was available.
On April 18, the group released their first music video teaser for "Cheer Up", which ranked first in real-time Korean search engines. They also uploaded a group teaser image on the same day. On April 19, a second music video teaser clip which featured Nayeon, Momo, and Dahyun was uploaded. Two sets of individual teaser photos featuring the three members were also released later that day. On April 20, a third music video teaser clip featuring Jeongyeon, Jihyo, and Mina was released, alongside the two batches of their individual teaser photos.The fourth music video teaser clip which featured Sana, Chaeyoung, and Tzuyu was uploaded on April 21, along with the two batches of their individual teaser photos. On April 22, the group released a music video teaser clip featuring all the members, revealing a snippet of the title track's audio.The following day, they released another music video teaser which revealed a part of the choreography for "Cheer Up". An additional group teaser image was also released. On April 24, Twice released an album highlight medley featuring audio snippets for all tracks from the EP. They also released the online cover image for the album on the same day.
IIII. Main Tracklisting Across All Formats
|6||My Headphones On||3:17|
IIIII. Physical Edition Only
|7||I'm Gonna Be a Star||3:18|
IIIIII. Thailand Bonus Edition DVD
1. "Cheer Up" (Music Video)
2. "Cheer Up" (Teaser 1)
3. "Cheer Up" (Teaser 2)
4. "Cheer Up" (Teaser 3)
5. "Cheer Up" (Teaser 4)
6. "Cheer Up" (Music Video Teaser 1)
7. "Cheer Up" (Music Video Teaser 2)
8. "Special Interview" (Special Interview for Thai fans)
IV. Trivia Facts
- "Precious Love" is a cover of Park Ji Yoon's song, released in 1998. The rap verse in TWICE's version has been written by Chaeyoung.
- "I'm Gonna Be a Star" was the theme song of SIXTEEN and was performed on the final episode of the show.
- This is the Twice album with the Second Most Amount of Fanmade cover arts on Deviantart. The first is the What is Love? EP
- There were 4 versions of this album the main Mint Colored Version that was used for the digital artwork, the Pink Version, the Limited Edition ver with art from Twice member Chaeyoung and the Thailand Version.
V. Packaging Style
Twice's Website Leading Up to the Release