Forever (Damage album)

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Studio album by Damage
Released 15 July 1997
Recorded 1995–97
Genre R&B, pop
Length 52:23
Label Big Life Records
Producer Steve Mac, Wayne Hector, Dodge, Femi Fem, Linslee Campbell
Damage chronology
Since You've Been Gone
Singles from Forever
  1. "Anything"
    Released: 8 July 1996
  2. "Love II Love"
    Released: 30 September 1996
  3. "Forever"
    Released: 7 December 1996
  4. "Love Guaranteed"
    Released: 1 March 1997
  5. "Wonderful Tonight"
    Released: 28 April 1997
  6. "Love Lady"
    Released: 28 July 1997

Forever is the debut album by British boyband Damage. The album was released on 15 July 1997, two weeks prior to the release of the album's seventh and final single. The highest-charting single from the album was a cover of the Eric Clapton classic "Wonderful Tonight", which peaked at #3 on the UK Singles Chart. Other hits to feature on the album include the album's title track "Forever", "Love Guaranteed" and one of the band's signature songs, "Love II Love". The album was released on Big Life Records.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Reminder" Coree Richards, Noel Simpson, Jade Jones, Andrez Harriott, Rashaan J Bromfield  
2. "Love II Love" Wayne Hector, Ali Tennant, Bryan Powell  
3. "Love Guaranteed" Powell, Jimmy "Jam" Harris III, Terry Lewis  
4. "Girlfriend (The Morning After)" Richards, Bromfield, Dodge McLean  
5. "Let It Be Me" Steve Mac, Richards, Jones, Aliway  
6. "Wonderful Tonight (Mission)" Eric Clapton  
7. "Love Lady" Brown, Mervyn Africa, Williams  
8. "Anything (Personal Business)" Terri Robinson, Dominic Owen, Fabian Hamilton  
9. "Be My Baby (M-Pyre)" Robinson, Owen, Hamilton  
10. "Forever (Lady of Soul)" Mac, Hector, Tennant, Johnson  
11. "Do Me That Way" Hector, Tennant, Davies  
12. "Storyteller" Linslee Campbell, Michelle Escoffery, Simpson, Harriott  
13. "In Your Eyes (One Last Time)" Campbell, Escoffery, Richards, Bromfield  


Chart (1997) Peak
Australian Albums Chart[1] 67
Dutch Albums Chart[2] 57
European Albums Chart[3] 46
Scottish Albums Chart[4] 95
Taiwanese Albums Chart[5] 3
UK Albums Chart[6] 13


Region Certification Certified units/Sales
United Kingdom (BPI)[7] Silver 60,000^

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone


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  3. ^ "Billboard: Hits of the World (April 26, 1997)". Billboard. Retrieved 2013-05-28. 
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  7. ^ "British album certifications – Damage – Forever". British Phonographic Industry. Retrieved 25 July 2012.  Enter Forever in the field Keywords. Select Title in the field Search by. Select album in the field By Format. Select Silver in the field By Award. Click Search