Everybody Sunshine

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Everybody Sunshine
Everybody Sunshine by David Hasselhoff.jpg
German cover art
Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 1992[1]
ProducerJack White
David Hasselhoff chronology
Everybody Sunshine
You Are Everything
Singles from Everybody Sunshine
  1. "Everybody Sunshine"
    Released: August 1992
  2. "The Girl Forever"
    Released: October 1992
  3. "Darling I Love You"
    Released: December 1992

Everybody Sunshine is the sixth studio album by American actor and singer David Hasselhoff, released in September 1992 by White Records. The album features writing from Kristian Schultze, Peter Luedemann, Jerry Rix and The Gardeners. It was the last album produced by Jack White, who collaborated with Hasselhoff since 1989.

Three singles were released from the album, and were met with moderate success: The album's title track, which became the Official Song of the International Youth Games of 1993, peaked at numbers 26 and 27 in Austria and Switzerland, respectively. The second single, "The Girl Forever", only peaked at number 78 in Germany. The third single, "Darling I Love You", failed to chart.

Everybody Sunshine reached the top twenty in Austria and Switzerland, and the top thirty in Germany. The album was also certified Gold in Austria, Germany and Switzerland, but it was less successful than his previous three albums: Looking for Freedom (1989), Crazy for You (1990) and David (1991).

Track listing[edit]

1."Everybody Sunshine" (Official Song of the International Youth Games 1993)Peter Luedemann2:30
2."Joined at the Heart"The Gardeners2:23
3."Somewhere in a Dream"Kristian Schultze2:33
4."Voulez Vous Coucher Avec Moi"The Gardeners2:44
5."The Wilder Side of You"Jerry Rix, Schultze3:35
6."You're All I Want"Schultze3:14
7."It Feels So Right"The Gardeners2:31
8."Summer in the City"The Gardeners2:39
9."The Girl Forever"Rix, Schultze3:10
10."Foolish Lullaby"Schultze1:53
11."Darling I Love You"Rix, Schultze2:02
12."Is Everybody Happy"Michael Boddicker, Uve Schikora1:54


Chart (1992) Peak
Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria)[2] 16
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[3] 21
Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade)[4] 17


Region Certification Certified units/sales
Austria (IFPI Austria)[5] Gold 25,000*
Germany (BVMI)[6] Gold 250,000^
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)[7] Gold 25,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone


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