Taiwanese boy band Fahrenheit vaulted to the forefront of the entertainment scene in 2006 after the broadcast of their hit dramas K One and Tokyo Juliet. By the time their chart-topping self-titled debut album was released, Wu Chun, Jiro Wang, Calvin Chen, and Aaron Yan were already big stars throughout Asia, and their popularity has only increased since. In 2007, the boys have concentrated more on their acting careers, winning over even more fans with the success of idol dramas Hanazakarino Kimitachihe, The X-Family, and Romantic Princess. After dominating television ratings, Fahrenheit is setting their sight back on music in 2008 with their second album, Two-sided Fahrenheit.
Fahrenheit's new album showcases the members' sophisticated and youthful sides, highlighting how much the group has grown in the year since their debut album. Fahrenheit's brand new album comes with 13 songs including Romantic Princess theme song "New Home" (Track 1), a duet with labelmate and frequent collaborator S.H.E. As a bonus track, there's a new "boys' dormitory" version (Track 12) of the song with only Fahrenheit. The opening and ending themes of The X-Family and Hanazakarino Kimitachihe insert song "Super Like You" (Track 13) also make appearances on the album track list.
This edition comes with file folders and a DVD containing the music videos for "Won't Love" and The X-Family theme song, as well as making of footage.