Sinawe

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Not to be confused with Sinawi.
Sinawe
Origin South Korea
Genres Heavy metal, speed metal
alternative rock, hard rock
Years active 1986–1991
1995–present
Labels Oasis Record, Seorabul Record, Echo Brid/Pony Canyon
Associated acts Boohwal, Seo Taiji and Boys
Website Official website
Members Shin Dae-cheol
Kim Jeong-uk
Yoon Ji Hyun
Past members Yim Jae-beom
Kim Jong-seo
Seo Taiji
Kang Jong-su
Kim Jun
Kang Gi-young
Kim Min-gi
Kim Seong-hyeon
Kim Yeong-jin
Oh Kyeong-hwan
Bada Kim
Jeong Han-jong
Shin Dong-hyeon
Kim Kyong-won
Kim Yong
Kang han
Lee Kyung-han
Lee Dong-yeob

Sinawe (Korean: 시나위) is a heavy metal/rock band from South Korea. They are credited as being the first heavy metal band in South Korea. During its golden age in the late 1980s and early 1990s, many renowned musicians in South Korea such as Seo Taiji, Kim Jong-seo, Bada Kim and Yim Jae-beom improved their musical abilities while members of the group.

Shin Dae-cheol, the son of Shin Jung-hyeon, who is considered the father of Korean rock music, formed Sinawe in 1986 and they released their first album that same year.[1] The album was very well-received, selling 400,000 copies, and the band took to the forefront of Korean heavy metal.[1] In 1996, five years after the group's breakup in 1991, Shin Dae-cheol reformed Sinawe with new members.[2][3][4][5]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • 1986 - Heavy Metal Sinawe
  • 1987 - Down & Up
  • 1988 - Freeman
  • 1990 - Four
  • 1995 - 매맞는 아이
  • 1997 - 은퇴선언
  • 1999 - Psychodelos
  • 2001 - Cheerleading Fan - Sinawe Vol.8 & English Album
  • 2006 - Reason of Dead Bugs

Mini albums[edit]

  • 1988 - 두 그림자
  • 1996 - Circus
  • 2000 - 미니앨범
  • 2013 - Mirrorview

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]