Eternal Lover

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This article is about a 2004 single by CeCe Peniston. For Edgar Rice Burroughs' novel of the same name, see The Eternal Lover.
"Eternal Lover"
Single by CeCe Peniston
from the album Total Diva, Vol 2
B-side Remix
Released April 2004
Format CD Maxi
12" Maxi
Recorded 2004
Genre House
Dance-Pop
Length 3:55
Label RLPMix
Vinyl Pusher
Writer(s) Fréderic Tharreau
Producer(s)

Fréderic Tharreau

Music sample
CeCe Peniston singles chronology
"For My Baby"
(2003)
"Eternal Lover"
(2004)
"Deeper Love"
(2005)
Compact disc

"Eternal Lover" is a 2004 song by CeCe Peniston, who scored five number ones in the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart so far.

The single was written and produced by Fréderic Tharreau (better recognized as Bibi), who became popular after his own track "Something About The Music" produced under the name of Da Slammin' Phrogz[1] reached at number fifty-three in the British UK Top 75[2]

"Eternal Lover" was released on RLPMix Records in France, while on Vinyl Pusher Records for the Australian and New Zealand territories.

Credits and personnel[edit]

Track listings[edit]

CD Maxi, Australia, VPR001[3]
  1. "Eternal Lover" (BIBI Radio Edit) - 3:55
  2. "Eternal Lover" (BIBI Full Vocal) - 7:46
  3. "Eternal Lover" (BIBI Full Dub) - 7:51
  4. "Eternal Lover" (AudioWhores Vocal Remix) - 7:29
  5. "Eternal Lover" (AudioWhores Reprise) - 5:13
12" Maxi, France, RLPMIX013[3]
  1. "Eternal Lover" (BIBI Full Vocal) - 7:46
  2. "Eternal Lover" (BIBI Full Dub) - 7:51
12" Maxi, France, RLPMIX014[3]
  1. "Eternal Lover" (AudioWhores Vocal Remix)
  2. "Eternal Lover" (Bonus Beats)
  3. "Eternal Lover" (AudioWhores Reprise)
  4. "Eternal Lover" (Sami Dee's Butterfly Zone Remix)

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ Tharreau, Fréderic. "Bibi - Biography". BiBi. Myspace. myspace.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  2. ^ "Da Slammin' Phrogz - "Something About The Muse" - UK". The Official Charts Company. Charts Stats. 2000-04-29. chartsstats.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. "#53" 
  3. ^ a b c For reviewing track lists, covers and/or additional notes regarding the all releases of the single "Eternal Lover" issued to date, follow the discogs link.

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