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Wayne Wonder - Forever Young flac album

Wayne Wonder - Forever Young flac album Performer: Wayne Wonder
Title: Forever Young
Style: Reggae
Released: 1997
Country: Jamaica
MP3 album: 1293 mb
FLAC album: 1400 mb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: AAC MP3 TTA MP1 AA AIFF VQF
Genre: Reggae

Young Forever" is the fifth single by American hip hop rapper Jay-Z from his album The Blueprint 3 off the Roc Nation label. The song was produced by Kanye West. It is a rework of the Wayne Wonder, Buju Banton, Stone Love 1992 version of Alphaville's 1984 song "Forever Young": the original melody is retained, British singer Mr. Hudson sings the original lyrics (primarily during the first verse and the chorus), and Jay-Z raps during the following verses in place of the original song's additional verses.

Forever Young is the debut album released by German synthpop group Alphaville on September 27, 1984, by Warner Music Group. It charted well, hitting the Top 20 in six European countries and reaching number 1 in Norway and Sweden. Alphaville followed up with their second album in 1986 with the release of Afternoons in Utopia.

Forever Young (Alphaville song). Forever Young" is a song from German synthpop recording act Alphaville's 1984 debut album of the same name. The single was a strong hit in Scandinavia and in the European German-speaking countries in the same year

Forever Young" is a song from German synthpop recording act Alphaville's 1984 debut album of the same name. The single was a strong hit in Scandinavia and in the European German-speaking countries in the same year. Though the single achieved more success in the United States than in the United Kingdom, it was not the group's highest-charting European hit. It failed to reach the American top 40 despite 3 separate US single releases, "Forever Young" became one of the signature songs of the band and it has subsequently been covered by numerous artists. Welcome to the Sun" also appeared (in a remix and a re-recording) on 1999's Dreamscapes. The original album version has also appeared on the following official Alphaville releases: Alphaville Amiga Compilation, 1988. Alphaville: The Singles Collection, 1988.

My Way released: 2012.

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There's no doubting that Germans are behind the crystalline Teutonic textures and massive beats that permeate the album, but vocalist Marian Gold's impressive ability to handle a Bryan Ferry croon and many impassioned high passages meant the album would have worldwide appeal. Indeed both "Big in Japan" and the touching, sad change-of-pace "Forever Young" raced up the charts in multiple continents. Borrowing inspiration from Roxy Music's detached theatricality and Kraftwerk's beats and rhythms, Gold and company hit upon a magic formula that produced here.

Tracklist

A Forever Young
B Forever Young (Version)

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Dynamic Sounds Recording Co. Ltd.
  • Produced For – Digital B Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Crage Pub.

Credits

  • Producer – B. Dixon (Bobby Digital)*

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Wayne Wonder Forever Young ‎(7") Digital-B none Jamaica 1991
none Wayne Wonder Forever Young ‎(7") Top Kick Records none Jamaica Unknown
none Wayne Wonder Forever Young ‎(7", MP, RP) Digital-B none Jamaica 1997
VPRD-803 Wayne Wonder Forever Young ‎(12") Digital-B VPRD-803 US 1997
none Wayne Wonder Forever Young ‎(7") Panther none Jamaica Unknown