Always (Hazell Dean album)

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Always
Studio album by Hazell Dean
Released October 1988
Recorded 1985 - 1988
Genre Pop, Hi-NRG, Dance
Label EMI
Producer Stock Aitken Waterman and others
Hazell Dean chronology
Heart First
(1984)
Always
(1988)
The Best of Hazell Dean
(1995)

Always is the third album by British singer Hazell Dean.

Released in 1988, it coincided with the singer's comeback and featured the hit singles "Who's Leaving Who" (UK #4), "Maybe (We Should Call it a Day)" (UK #15) and "Turn It into Love" (UK #21).[1] Also included were remixes of earlier singles "They Say It's Gonna Rain", "Walk in My Shoes", "No Fool (For Love)" and "Always Doesn't Mean Forever". The album itself reached No.38 - her highest placing in the album charts.[2] The album was also released in the US in 1988 with an alternative cover.[3] On 23 April 2012, a remastered deluxe double edition with bonus tracks remixes and previous outstanding singles has been released on the Cherry Pop UK label.

Track listing[edit]

Side One

  1. "They Say It's Gonna Rain" (The Zulu Mix) (7:08) Producer - Stock Aitken Waterman
  2. "Who's Leaving Who" (Bob's Tambourine Mix) (4:45) Producer - Stock Aitken Waterman
  3. "Turn It into Love" (3:37) Producer - Stock Aitken Waterman
  4. "You're My Rainbow" (5:13) Producer - Ian Levine

Side Two

  1. "Always Doesn't Mean Forever" (7:05) Producer - Stock Aitken Waterman
  2. "Maybe (We Should Call It a Day)" (6:39) Producer - Stock Aitken Waterman
  3. "Walk in My Shoes" (4:19) Producer - Trevor Vallis and Ian Curnow
  4. "Nothing in My Life" (3:46) Producer - Pete Hammond
  5. "Danger" (4:58) Producer - Pete Hammond

The Cassette version of the album included the song "No Fool (For Love)" (6:09), the Compact disc version also featured the song, "Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing" (6:23) (a duet with Daryl Pandy).[4]

Deluxe Edition

Released in 2012, it features the album plus a selection of non-album singles and b-sides on CD 1. CD 2 consists of remixes from various singles off the album.

CD One

  1. "They Say It's Gonna Rain" (7" Version) (3:59) Producer - Stock Aitken Waterman
  2. "Who's Leaving Who" (7" Version) (3:45) Producer - Stock Aitken Waterman
  3. "Turn It into Love" (3:37) Producer - Stock Aitken Waterman
  4. "You're My Rainbow" (5:13) Producer - Ian Levine
  5. "Always Doesn't Mean Forever" (7" Version) (3:37) Producer - Stock Aitken Waterman
  6. "Maybe (We Should Call It a Day)" (7" Version) (3:40) Producer - Stock Aitken Waterman
  7. "Walk in My Shoes" (4:19) Producer - Trevor Vallis and Ian Curnow
  8. "Nothing in My Life" (3:46) Producer - Pete Hammond
  9. "Danger" (4:58) Producer - Hazell Dean and Pete Ware
  10. "No Fool (For Love)" (The Murray 7" Version) (3:24) Producer - Stock Aitken Waterman, remix by Phil Harding
  11. "Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing" (6:23) (duet with Daryl Pandy) Producer - Ian Levine and Ian Curnow
  12. "Stand Up" (7" Version) (3:46) Producer - Stock Aitken Waterman
  13. "Can't Get You Out Of My Mind" (3:56) Producer - Stock Aitken Waterman
  14. "Love Ends Love Parts" (3:25) Producer - Stock Aitken Waterman
  15. "Walk In My Shoes" (7" Version) (3:54) Producer - Trevor Vallis
  16. "E.S.P." (7" Version) (3:30) Producer - Ian Anthony Stephens
  17. "Who's Leaving Who" (The Boys Are Back In Town Mix) (6:58)
  18. "Stand Up" (Extended Version) (6:59)

CD Two

  1. "E.S.P." (Extended Version) (10:34)
  2. "Image In The Mirror" (3:49) Producer - Ian Anthony Stephens
  3. "They Say It's Gonna Rain" (Indian Summer Mix) (6:20)
  4. "Always Doesn't Mean Forever" (My-Ami Mix) (7:07)
  5. "Maybe (We Should Call It A Day)" (Extended Version) (6:42)
  6. "Walk In My Shoes" (Nightmare Mix) (8:24)
  7. "Who's Leaving Who" (Bob's Tambourine Mix) (4:45)
  8. "Maybe (We Should Call It a Day)" (Extra Beat Boys Mix) (6:41)
  9. "Turn It into Love" (House Mix) (7:19)
  10. "They Say It's Gonna Rain" (Zulu Mix) (7:08)
  11. "Turn It into Love" (Alternative 12" Mix) (5:57)

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