Seo Taiji and Boys IV is the fourth and final studio album by Korean musical trio Seo Taiji and Boys. With . million copies sold, it is one of the best-selling albums in South Korea. Come Back Home was a foray into Gangsta rap. Seo Taiji wrote the song about his own experiences running away from home. The third track, Pilseung (필승, lit. Must Triumph), was a hit with its alternative rock sound.
Seo Taiji & Boys (서태지와 아이들) was a popular and influential Korean pop group throughout the 1990s. After leaving Sinawe in 1991, Seo Taiji switched gears and formed the dance group Seo Taiji & Boys with dancers Lee Juno and Yang Hyun Suk. With the release of their first album, the group ushered in a shift in Korean popular music that is still felt today
Discography: Seo Taiji & Boys – I Know (난 알아요 ), Seo Taiji and Boys II – Anyhow (하여가), Seo Taiji and Boys III – Dreaming Of Bal-Hae (발해를 꿈꾸며), Seotaiji and Boys IV – Come Back Home (컴백홈), Seotaiji and Boys Goodbye Best Album. MEMBERS: Name (Real Name): Lee Juno (Lee Sang-woo). Theresa Hall on February 1, 2018 at 9:56 pm said: When the maknae is the leader.
Its three members Seo Taiji, Yang Hyun-suk and Lee Juno experimented with many different genres of popular Western music. They won the Grand Prize at the Seoul Music Awards in both 1992 and 1993. In April 1996, Billboard reported that their first three albums had each sold over . million copies with the fourth nearing two million. Seo Taiji and Boys history. Seo Taiji and Boys encyclopedia. Seo Taiji and Boys facts.
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|A4||Come Back Home||3:59|
|B1||1996 그들이 지구를 지배했을 때||3:38|
|BDCD-028||Seo Taiji & Boys*||Seo Taiji & Boys IV (CD)||Bando Records||BDCD-028||South Korea||1995|
|BDS-0047||Seo Taiji And Boys||Seo Taiji & Boys IV (Cass, Album)||Bando Records||BDS-0047||South Korea||1995|