Future World (Helloween song)

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"Future World"
Helloween - Future World.jpg
Single by Helloween
from the album Keeper of the Seven Keys: Part I
Released 13 April 1987
Format Picture disc
Genre Heavy metal
Length 11:57
Label Noise records
Writer(s) Kai Hansen
Helloween singles chronology
"Future World"
"Dr. Stein"

"Future World" is a song and a single made by the German heavy metal band Helloween taken from the album Keeper of the Seven Keys: Part I.[1][2] It is performed frequently by Helloween and Gamma Ray at their concerts, and is usually used for crowd participation, usually with the crowd singing the first verse, sometimes after the singer shouts the first phrase. Also there is a certain "game", that when the band jams, the singer signals the crowd to shout: "We all live in future world" a few times near the end of the song.

The single cover is a homage to the comic book anti-hero Judge Dredd.

Single track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Future World" 4:06
2. "Starlight (Michael Kiske Version)" 4:19
3. "A Little Time (Alternative Version)" 3:32



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