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Always (EP)

Always
EP by Big Bang
Released August 16, 2007 (2007-08-16)[1]
(see release history)
Recorded 2007
Genre K-pop, Hip hop, R&B
Length 20:44
Language Korean
Label YG Entertainment
Producer Yang Hyun Suk, G-Dragon, Teddy, Perry, Brave Brothers
Big Bang chronology

Always
(2007)
Hot Issue
(2007)
Singles from Always
  1. "Lies"
    Released: August 16, 2007
  2. "Always"

Always is the first Korean EP by South Korean boy band Big Bang, released under YG Entertainment. The lead single is "Lies" (Korean: 거짓말; Revised Romanization: Geojitmal), composed by G-Dragon, and was a no. 1 hit, eventually becoming their break-out hit.[2][3] It also became one of the most successful singles in South Korea, selling over 4.5 million digital units. The album sold over 87,000 copies.[4]

Tracklist

No. TitleLyricsMusicArrangement Length
1. "We Are Big Bang (Intro)"  Big BangPerryPerry 1:37
2. "Lies" (거짓말; Geojitmal)G-DragonG-DragonBrave Brothers 3:49
3. "Wrong Number" (없는 번호; Eoptneun Beonho)Yang Hyun SukPerry, Brave BrothersBrave Brothers 3:38
4. "Act Like Nothing's Wrong" (아무렇지 않은 척; Amureochi Anheun Cheok (T.O.P solo) (featuring Kim Ji Eun))T.O.PT.O.P, Brave BrothersBrave Brothers 3:56
5. "Oh Ma Baby"  G-DragonG-Dragon, Brave BrothersBrave Brothers 3:51
6. "Always"  G-Dragon, TeddyTeddy, PerryTeddy 3:53
Total length:
20:44

See also

References

External links

  • Official Site
  • YG Entertainment
  • Big Bang Japan Official Site

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