SUPER JUNIOR to release ‘Devil’, Special Album Celebrating 10th Anniversary of Debut, on July 16th!
The King of Global Korean Wave, SUPER JUNIOR, is releasing a special album titled, ‘Devil’, on July 16th.
‘Devil’, the special album of SUPER JUNIOR, commemorates the 10th anniversary of the group’s debut, and it is made more special through the friendship and trust that the members have shared in the past 10 years and their gratitude to and promise for their fans who have continuously supported them.
This album delivers 10 songs in various genres including the title song with trendy melody, ‘Devil’, and the tracks that deliver distinguished characteristics of musical sounds of the groups’s units such as SUPER JUNIOR-K.R.Y., SUPER JUNIOR-T, SUPER JUNIOR-M, and SUPER JUNIOR-D&E, presenting a broad spectrum of SUPER JUNIOR’s music.
The world’s top producing team, Stereotypes, and the hitmaker Kenzie, has participated in the making of this album, and Korea’s top singer-songwriters such as Seung-Hwan Lee, Yoon-Ah Kim of Jaurim, ROSE MOTEL, and Epitone Project have made special collaborations to create a perfect album full of awesome music. This album will surely draw great attention from the music industry.
Candid Confessions from Man Madly in Love, Title Song, ‘Devil’
The title song, ‘Devil’, is a dance song with popular and trendy melody and is the collaborated work between ‘Stereotypes’, the top producing team who worked with Justin Bieber and Chris Brown, and Kenzie, the hitmaker. The lyric that likens the candid confession of a man who is madly in love to the inclination of the “Devil” draws attention.
Special Collaboration with Korea’s Top Singer-songwriters - Seung-Hwan Lee, Yoon-Ah Kim of Jaurim, ROSE MOTEL, and Epitone Project!
‘We Can’ is a splendid rock ballad that the great vocal of SUPER JUNIOR-K.R.Y. (KYUHYUN, RYEOWOOK, YESUNG) perfectly matches and harmonizes with the musical sensibilities of Seung-Hwan Lee, Korea’s top singer-songwriter and producer. ‘Love at First Sight’ is an acid pop track which is the collaborated work between ROSE MOTEL, the indie rock band and SUPER JUNIOR-T (LEETEUK, HEECHUL, KANGIN, and EUNHYUK), SUPER JUNIOR’s Trot unit, and the wittiness of ROSE MOTEL and farcicality of SUPER JUNIOR-T double the charms of the song.
‘Rock'n Shine’ is a blues and hard rock based rock song containing the bright message that tells listeners to take courage through music and love and get out into the world and is the song written by Yoon-Ah Kim of Jaurim for the special album. ‘Stars Appear…’ is the collaboration between the group Epitone Project and SUPER JUNIOR members, and it triples the fun of listening through the heart-throbbing experiences that the members have had with many people in the past 10 years.
This album also includes the two songs that DONGHAE has participated in the lyric and composition with Team One Sound after showing his talent through the songs listed under the albums of SUPER JUNIOR-D&E and other SUPER JUNIOR albums such as ‘Growing Pains’ and ‘Shirt.’ One of them is ‘Alright’, the bright medium tempo song that sings about the love and friendship between members who have spent a decade of their life together and their intimate confessions toward fans, and it was made more interesting as EUNHYUK had also participated in writing the lyric for the song. The other is ‘Don’t Wake Me Up’, the up-tempo song based on British pop rock songs for SUPER JUNIOR-D&E which depicts one’s wish to stay in the happiness of being in love, and it is well enough to show the musical talent of DONGHAE.
The album also presents ‘Forever with You’, the song for SUPER JUNIOR-M written by the member, ZHOUMI, expressing his gratitude to the fans, ‘Simply Beautiful’, the impressive medium tempo song with the the groovy rhythm by percussion and addictive development of the melody, and ‘Good Love’, the medium tempo dance-pop song that captures ears with the mixture of elegant and trendy sounds. All 10 songs will draw enthusiastic responses from fans.
Meanwhile, SUPER JUNIOR will be promoting the new album with the title song, ‘Devil.’