Livin' in a World Without You

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"Livin' in a World Without You"
Single by The Rasmus
from the album Black Roses
Released September 10, 2008 Scandinavia
September 12 Germany, Austria, Switzerland
September 15 International
Format CD single
Digital download
Recorded September 2007 - April 2008[1]
Genre Alternative rock
Length 3:50
Label Playground Music
Writer(s) Lauri Ylönen, Pauli Rantasalmi, Desmond Child[1]
Producer(s) Desmond Child, Harry Sommerdahl[1]
The Rasmus singles chronology
"Shot"
(2006)
"Livin' in a World Without You"
(2008)
"Justify"
(2009)
Black Roses track listing
"Livin' in a World Without You"
(1)
"Ten Black Roses"
(2)

Livin' in a World Without You is a song by Finnish rock band The Rasmus and the first single from their seventh studio album, Black Roses. It is also first track on the album. The single was released on 10 September 2008,[2] and was available in a variety of formats.[3] It was performed for the first time live at the 'NRJ in the Park' festival in Berlin on 5 July 2008.

A music video for the song, produced by Nicolas Fronda, was recorded on 3 July in Stockholm and premiered on the band's web site.[4]

Track listing[edit]

Lauri in the music video for "Livin' In A World Without You" with a 'Black Rose' in the hand.
CD single
  1. "Livin' in a World Without You" – 3:50
  2. "Livin' in a World Without You" (Acoustic Version) – 3:43
  3. "You Got It Wrong" – 3:17
  4. "Livin' in a World Without You" (Video)
Remixes Promo
  1. "Livin In A World Without You" (Jorg Schmid Remix) - 5:15
  2. "Livin In A World Without You" (Milan East Remix) - 3:53
  3. "Livin In A World Without You" (Jorg Schmid Radio Edit) - 3:06
  4. "Livin In A World Without You" (Original Radio Edit) - 3:14

Charts[edit]

Chart (2008–2009)[5] Peak position
Finnish Singles Chart[6] 1
Czech Republic IFPI Airplay Chart 25
German Singles Chart 14
Austrian Singles Chart 39
European Hot 100[7] 35
Swiss Singles Chart 78
Greece Singles Chart 3
Venezuela Pop Rock (Record Report)[8] 17

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c MySpace
  2. ^ Ylen Pop-uutiset
  3. ^ Voice.fi[dead link]
  4. ^ Playground Music
  5. ^ aCharts
  6. ^ YLE Pop | yle.fi
  7. ^ Billboard[dead link]
  8. ^ "Pop Rock" (in Spanish). Record Report. 2009-02-21. Archived from the original on 2009-01-19. 

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