BIGBANG (Big Bang album)

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This article is about South Korean group Big Bang's single. For Arizona band The Format's single, see The First Single.
"BIGBANG (We Belong Together)"
Single by Big Bang
from the album Since 2007
A-side "We Belong Together"
B-side "A Fool of Tears"
"This Love"
Released August 28, 2006
Format CD Single, digital download
Genre K-pop
Label YG Entertainment, Mnet Media
Big Bang singles chronology
"BIGBANG/We Belong Together"
" Bigbang is V.I.P/La La La"

"Bigbang" or "We Belong Together", also referred to as "First Single" is the first single by the South Korean hip-hop boy band Big Bang. It comes as a CD-and-DVD combo including extra documentary material. It was released by the YG Entertainment label and remained in the charts for eight months. The band's members – G-Dragon, Taeyang, Seungri, Daesung, and T.O.P – composed it. Band leader G-Dragon composed the principal track "We Belong Together"; he and T.O.P. wrote the lyrics. It presents a rhythmic up-tempo tune with rap passages. The song This Love recalls the song of the same name by American rock group Maroon 5[citation needed]. G-Dragon wrote, composed and arranged the new version.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Arrangement Length
1. "Intro (Put Your Hands Up)"   G-Dragon G-Dragon, Brave Brothers Brave Brothers 1:22
2. "We Belong Together (featuring Park Bom Of 2NE1)"   G-Dragon, T.O.P G-Dragon G-Dragon, Teddy 3:58
3. "A Fool's Only Tears" (눈물뿐인 바보; Nunmulppunin Babo) An Young Min, G-Dragon Jeon Seung Woo Jeon Seung Woo 4:03
4. "This Love" (G-Dragon solo) G-Dragon G-Dragon, Maroon 5 G-Dragon 3:30
Total length:

Chart performance[edit]

Release Chart Peak Position Sales Total
August 28, 2006 South Korea Monthly Chart #5[1] 39,655[2]
August 28, 2006 South Korean Year-end Albums Chart #35[3] 36,420[3]


  1. ^ "Album Sales For The Month Of August 2006". Recording Industry Association Of Korea (in Korean). Retrieved 2008-02-15. [dead link]
  2. ^ "Album Sales For The Month of February 2007". Industry Association Of Korea (in Korean). Archived from the original on 2007-12-21. Retrieved 2008-02-15. 
  3. ^ a b "Album Sales For The Year of 2006". Industry Association Of Korea (in Korean). Archived from the original on 2007-09-29. Retrieved 2008-02-15. 

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