Lee Hyun Woo's 7th album. 10 years, Not a short period of time. On his second starting point. For artists, 10 years is not a long time. It is not a short period of time either. On average, singers that last over 10 years, will produce about 7-8 albums. First few albums' main goal is to become recognized as a new singer. From there on, the goal changes to prolong t...(展开全部) Lee Hyun Woo's 7th album. 10 years, Not a short period of time. On his second starting point. For artists, 10 years is not a long time. It is not a short period of time either. On average, singers that last over 10 years, will produce about 7-8 albums. First few albums' main goal is to become recognized as a new singer. From there on, the goal changes to prolong the singers' music life. With a successful completion of this 10 year long project, a singer finally gets a chance to really produce what he/she desires to do. This is when people recognize his/her music, rather than him/her recognizing what people want. Lee Hyun Woo's debut album was produced in 1991. This is his tenth year in music industry. Year 2001 is a fancier year than any other previous years for him to be on his second starting point. Tall and shy. Being a 1st generation Korean-American brought him closer to many teenagers. With his first and second albums, he has succeeded in getting the recognition that he needed. He also has survived through his slump and introduced his third album. Songs such as "Hoo Hwe", "Seul Peum Sok Eh Geu Del Ji Woe Ya Man Hae", and "Na Eui No Rae" were loved a long time after the initial introduction of the album. From that album on, he started to change his music little by little towards his music. His 5th and 6th album's title songs were a big success placing him on top of music charts, allowing him to be recognized as a ballad singer. However, other songs were a bit different from the title songs. He focused on rock. He also produced a group named Moon Child, showing changes in himself as well. Most of his fans are female, in their 20s who fell in love with his music, his ballad music. But if you look into his album a little closer, it is too soon to label him a ballad singer. This album is not too far off from his previous ones. Over all rock, with some hard rock, hip-hop and rock, jazz, and again, ballad. If any difference, as he produces more albums, his music is more settled. He is loved. He is loved by most people for his calmness. His calm, love songs that most people can relate to and actually fall in to. However, it would also make sense that he is loved for his elegant sound and color. Even though his big successes were in ballad, his "faithful" fans make sure that he is not labeled as merely a ballad singer. If his 6th album [Virus] had hard rock (such as "Dak Chu", "Virus", "Jeong Yook Jum") and experimental music, this 7th album is more into sensational scratching techniques, hip hop, and rap, allowing his changes surface. DJ Wrexx did the scratching in this album's first song "This is a Seventh Story", along with "Give Me Love", "Nol Ji Ma", "Jeong Geul Eui Gae" making sure people can feel Lee Hyun Woo's new color. Each and every song is made in a way so that we can feel many different genre of music in one song. "Na Do Ah Nea Gah It Uht Eu Myun Jot Ket Da" is a main theme song of the movie "Na Do Ah Nea Gah It Uht Eu Myun Jot Ket Da". This album's last track is "Kka Shi Na Moo", a remake of "Ga Shi Na Moo" originally performed by Shi In Gwa Chon Jang. If Jo Sung Mo has turned this song into a love song, Lee Hyun Woo is making this song into a rock. Unchanging ambition and his real music life. If that's what you want to see, this album will free your mind and body. His image of the "unchanged". With seven albums in ten years, he has only shown improvements, not changes.