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Photo: VCG. Dispatch, a South Korean media outlet that focuses on celebrity-related news and gossip, published an article on Monday criticizing the Chinese idol group TNT for lacking its own 'color' and style, and that it seems like a 'copy-and-paste' group of South Korea's top band BTS. The outlet speculated that the C-pop group is trying imitate BTS in the hope of establishing their international fame as well as work toward entering the Billboard music charts. After the release of the article, South Korean netizens' posted bitter comments on social media - probably accompanied by anger piled up due to recent frequent disputes between China and South Korea on the issue of 'cultural copying' - suggesting TNT is not the sole example of China's idol industry attempting to plagiarize South Korea's K-pop success. A day after the article, perhaps solely due to coincidence or maybe as an indirect protest against Dispatch's accusation, TNT released a music video filmed in a training room for their new single "Color Coded," whose Chinese title roughly translates as 'none of your business.
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The general consensus is that they come from a shoot for an upcoming video. We learn nothing about the new album from the photos, but they do seem to prove that singer Brian Johnson, bassist Cliff Williams, and drummer Phil Rudd have all returned to the fold. They are joined by rhythm guitarist Stevie Young filling in again for his late uncle Malcolm and, of course, Angus Young.