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New Horizons
Official Scandinavian fan club. News, history, events, trading section, and information on joining the club.
Golden Feeling
German Alphaville fanpage with news, tourdates, discography, lyrics, and chat.
Ivory Tower
24 hour broadcast of the group Alphaville. Available in MP3 and Real Audio formats.
Official site includes new, tour dates, biographies, pictures, concert reviews, discography, lyrics, and fan club information.
Amazon offers Forever Pop (Audio CD),27 November, 2001
rock music |  Alphaville  | rock and roll music List price $34.99
Awesome CD / 5
I first heard of this CD from KaZaA! I did a search for a song and the Forever Young remix (which does sound like Cher's Believe) appeared by accident. I downloaded it, fell in love with it, and scoured the Internet to find the source. To my amazement there was a whole CD full of Alphaville remixes. I bought it from's marketplace and I haven't regretted it a bit.

I've only had it for a week but I'd say my favorite songs are all except tracks 2, 5, 6, and 10; not that these songs are bad but the other ones are just so good -- I'm pretty sure these will grow on me though. Contrary to some sites track 13, the Eiffel 65 remix of Big in Japan, is not 14 minutes, it's only 3:30. There's a hidden remix, or two depending on how you look at it, of Jerusalem starting at 5:30. I don't know why Alphaville hid them, they're awesome! Much better, IMO, than the one listed, track 6.

I have pretty eclectic musical tastes and this CD is a perfect match for me. It moves from Cher sounds, the Forever Young remix, to spoiled brat enjoyment, the Jet Set remix, to 80s Sting-style rock, the Red Rose remix -- my favorite song BTW. Did I mention the Forever Young remix sounds like Cher's Believe?

Anyway, awesome CD whether you're an Alphaville fan or not.
Song "Seeds"

little darling
on the factory floor
sirens are wailing
they are calling you like lovers
they always want more
department 27
deep down below
you are piecing together
the seeds of the world
ashen roses
growing darkness
starving children
someday you stand up and dance
glittering sunlight,
keep on shining
and put them together
the seeds of the world
binding all the flowers of the world
start bursting into millions of colours
unfold all the flags of the nations
kiss me again, let the battle start
little darling
what have you done
hearts are breaking
live without ending,
numberless men
never relaxing
i have to see it all
fire, desert, cold and arid
and all in a flash
binding all the flowers of the world
start bursting into millions of colours
unfold all the flags of the nations
kiss me again, let the battle start

Alphaville, une étrange aventure de Lemmy Caution (1965)
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RECENT ITEMS (Filter Magazine)
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Listen Up: Youth Group's 'Casino Twilight Dogs' (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
Youth Group hit America's radar when its remake of the 1984 hit "Forever Young" landed on TV's "The O.C." The overarching sentiment of Alphaville's pining ode to youth fits hand in glove with the Australian foursome's light and airy aesthetic.
YEAH YEAH YEAH (Anchorage Press)
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Music Review: Youth Group - Casino Twilight Dogs (
Rock music comes in so many varieties these days. The word 'rock,' for many people, automatically conjures visions of hedonism, of sex and drugs and violence, and won't somebody think of the children? But there's more in the spectrum than that - rock, as evidenced time and again, can be quite mellow. If mellow's your thing, you could do worse than to take a listen or two to Casino ...
Cunning combo (New York Daily News)
YOUTH GROUP. "Casino Twilight Dogs" (Anti)
Disc Notes (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
The Holmes Brothers, State of Grace, Alligator: Not many bands could pull off a country-gospel version of Cheap Trick's I Want You to Want Me, but it's one of many small miracles New York's Holmes Brothers perform on this, their 10th studio album.

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