Cross Gene’s Full Albums and Songs
To date, Cross Gene had released a total of seven albums for Korea and Japan. Some songs were released in two versions, to accommodate for both countries, though some were only released in one specific country. Here is a list of their albums, including the track lists from each album.
2012 – Timeless: Begin
Cross Gene released their first album, Timeless: Begins, on June 11, 2012 in Korea. The album consists of six songs, including the title track La-Di Da-Di. When this album was released, the group still consisted of members Shin Won-ho, J.G, Takuya, Casper, Yongseok, and Sangmin.
|1||One Way Love|
|3||For This Love|
|4||[Title Track] La-Di Da-Di|
|6||La-Di Da-Di (Instrumental)|
2012 – Timeless: Future
Timeless: Future’ was released on November 21, 2012 as their first album in Japan. The album consists of seven songs, including four songs from the Korean album now in a Japanese version, as well as a new song in Japanese called New Days.
|1||La-Di Da-Di (Japanese version)|
|2||Sky High (Japanese version)|
|3||One Way Love (Japanese version)|
|4||For This Love (Japanese version)|
|6||La-Di Da-Di (Instrumental)|
|7||New Days (Instrumental)|
2013 – With U
The album With U was also released in Japan, on August 22, 2013. The album consists of seven songs, including two songs in Japanese, two songs in Korean, and one song in English. During the era of this album, the members were Shin Won-ho, Seyoung, Takuya, Casper, Yongseok, and Sangmin. Seyoung replaced J.G who left the group to pursue his career as soloist.
|1||Crazy (Japanese version)|
|2||Crazy (English version)|
|3||Dirty Pop (Japanese version)|
|4||Dirty Pop (Korean version)|
|5||Page Of LovE (Korean version)|
|7||Dirty Pop (Instrumental)|
|8||Page Of LovE (Instrumental)|
2015 – Play With Me
Cross Gene’s Play With Me was released on April 13, 2015 in Korea. The album consists of six songs, including the title track with the same name of the album, Play With Me.
|1||Amazing (Bad Lady)|
|3||My Love Song|
|4||[Title Track] Play With Me|
|5||I’m Not A Boy, Not Yet A Man|
2016 – Game
Game was released on January 21, 2016 in Korea and consists of six songs, including the title track “Noona, You.”
|1||[Title Track] Noona, You|
|4||I’ll Be Fine|
|6||Noona, You (Instrumental)|
2016 – Ying Yang
Cross Gene’s Ying Yang album was released on June 29, 2016 in Japan as a studio album. It was the last Japanese album for Casper, before his departure on August 31, 2017.
|1||Keep On Dancing|
|6||Shooting Star (Japanese version)|
|8||Crazy (Japanese version)|
|9||No No No (K. Remix)|
|10||Aurora (Japanese version)|
|13||Love & Peace|
2017 – Mirror
Mirror, released on February 8, 2017 in Korea, included six songs along with the title track, Black or White. This was the last Korean album for Casper before he left the group on August 31, 2017.
|1||[Title Track] Black or White|
|5||Black or White (Instrumental)|
|6||Love Guide (Instrumental)|
Cross Gene’s Latest Song
Cross Gene released a single on April 25, 2017 titled One Take. This single was released in Korea, and it was their last appearance with six members before Casper decided to leave the group in August of 2017. The song is great to listen to and memorable to all their fans. Let’s wish all of them great success for the future!