This Is Forever

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This Is Forever
Studio album by She Wants Revenge
Released October 9, 2007
Recorded 2007
Genre Post-punk revival, dark wave, gothic rock
Length 55:54
Label Perfect Kiss
Producer She Wants Revenge
She Wants Revenge chronology
She Wants Revenge
(2006)
This Is Forever
(2007)
Valleyheart
(2011)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

This Is Forever is the second full-length studio album by She Wants Revenge. It was released on October 9, 2007.[2] The cover art replicates that of their debut, She Wants Revenge, but with a black-themed twist: the model is wearing a funeral gown and holds black roses behind her back, seen on the back cover,[3] instead of a kitchen knife.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "First, Love" – 1:52
  2. "Written in Blood" – 5:00
  3. "Walking Away" – 3:42
  4. "True Romance" – 4:10
  5. "What I Want" – 3:42
  6. "It's Just Begun" – 4:06
  7. "She Will Always Be a Broken Girl" – 5:22
  8. "This Is the End" – 5:44
  9. "Checking Out" – 5:35
  10. "Pretend the World Has Ended" – 4:14
  11. "Replacement" – 5:32
  12. "All Those Moments" – 2:36
  13. "Rachael" – 4:27 (on special edition only)
  14. "...And A Song For Los Angeles" – 5:02 (Best Buy Bonus Track)
  15. "What I Want" (SWR Remix) – 3:58 (Indie Record Store Bonus Track)

iTunes bonus track[edit]

  1. "Love to Sleep" - 5:33

Personnel[edit]

Exclusives[edit]

  • Circuit City's Edition comes with a free poster.
  • Best Buy's Version comes with a free ringtone for "True Romance," as well as an exclusive bonus track, "...And A Song For Los Angeles."
  • iTunes US has a bonus track, "Love to Sleep," with purchase of the full album.
  • Some independent record stores have a version with an SWR remix of "What I Want" as a bonus track on the cd as well as a free red vinyl 12-inch which features an instrumental version of "Written In Blood" (as well as the album version) and the dark instrumental track "These Two Words."[4]

Charts[edit]

Chart (2007) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard 200 58 [5]

References[edit]