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Sensations - Alphaville - Afternoons In Utopia (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. "Afternoons in Utopia" is a skyscraping, ambitious pop record which aims to be epic and, for the most part, succeeds magnificently. Putting aside the New Age babble of the lyrics, this album delivers pop anthem after pop anthem/5(57).

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  2. ELTON JOHN ‎– DON’T SHOOT ME I’M ONLY THE PIANO PLAYER – Vinyl, LP, Album,- PLAK 18 Ağustos BLONDIE – AUTOAMERICAN – Vinyl, LP, Album,- PLAK 19 Ağustos NAT KING COLE – THE UNFORGETTABLE NAT KING COLE – Vinyl, LP, Compilation – PLAK.

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  3. Vinyl, LP, Album A1 IAO A2 Fantastic Dream A3 Jerusalem A4 Dance With Me A5 Afternoons In Utopia A6 Sensations B1 20th Century B2 The Voyager B3 Carol Masters B4 Universal Daddy B5 Lassie Come Home B6 Red Rose B7 Lady Bright.

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  4. Informationen zum Album Afternoons In Utopia von Alphaville. Notierung in den Charts, Chartwochen, Musikvideos, Releases und mehr.

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  5. Afternoons in Utopia, an Album by Alphaville. Released 5 June on WEA (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Synthpop. Featured peformers: Marian Gold (vocals, composer), Bernhard Lloyd (composer, performer), Ricky Echolette (composer, performer), Kevin Metcalfe (mastering), Sheila Rock (photography), Ulf Meyer zu Kueingdorf (cover design).

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  6. Album · · 13 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Browse Radio Sign In Afternoons In Utopia Alphaville Rock · Preview SONG TIME Iao. 1. PREVIEW Fantastic Dream. 2. PREVIEW Jerusalem. 3. PREVIEW Dance With Me. 4. PREVIEW Afternoons In Utopia. 5. PREVIEW Sensations. 6.

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  7. Remastered • 3CD+DVD+LP package • Includes rarities, remixes & demos. German synthpop band Alphaville‘s debut album Forever Young will be reissued as a five-disc super deluxe edition in March, for its 35th anniversary. The singles pulled from this album include the international hit ‘Big in Japan’, the anthemic title track, ‘Sounds Like A Melody’ and ‘The Jet Set’.

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  8. Possibly my favourite Alphaville album. Rather than simply repeating what worked for their first album, they've got for an "Everything including the kitchen sink" approach of lush, orchestral synth pop with dozens of guest musicians and some of the finest production you'll come across.

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