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TEEN TOP's concert in Paris sets new decibel record
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It has been revealed that TEEN TOP's February 9th concert at the Le Trianon theatre in Paris broke a record for reaching the highest decibel levels at this concert venue.
The concert agency revealed, "During TEEN TOP's concert, the vibration caused by the audience jumping along was up to the level that the staff had to hold onto their equipment." T.O.P. Media stated, "It was a standing concert, but after the audience started to crowd together towards the front, one person was injured in the beginning and had to be hospitalized. It was an exclusive tour as a team and many fans enthusiastically came out, surprising representatives."
A representative of TEEN TOP's concert in Spain on the 10th also shared, "The sounds of the audience were louder than a heavy metal concert", revealing the enthusiastic support of TEEN TOP's fans.
TEEN TOP successfully wrapped up their 'TEEN TOP SHOW! Live tour in Europe 2013' starting with Munich, Germany on February 2nd and then visiting Dortmund, London, Paris, and Barcelona.
In other news, TEEN TOP's first album will be released on February 25th KST, but the group will pre-release the song "I Wanna Love" on the 15th.
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