Horizon (Culture Beat album)

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Horizon
Horizon album cover.jpg
Studio album by Culture Beat
Released March 8, 1991
Genre Eurodance
Label Dance Pool 467962 2
Producer Jens Zimmermann, Torsten Fenslau
Culture Beat chronology
Horizon
(1991)
Serenity
(1993)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Horizon was German group Culture Beat's first album. It was released on March 8, 1991 by Dance Pool. The album featured their first hit, No Deeper Meaning, which reached No. 5 in the Netherlands.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. Horizon - 9:10
  2. It's Too Late - 6:04
  3. The Hyped Affect - 6:00
  4. Tell Me That You Wait - 4:19
  5. Black Flowers - 5:46
  6. I Like You - 3:59
  7. No Deeper Meaning - 6:01
  8. Serious - 5:16
  9. Der Erdbeermund (Vocals - Jo Van Nelsen) - 4:05
  10. One Good Reason - 5:10
  11. Tell Me That You Wait (Airdrome Club Mix) - 8:28
  12. Horizon (Reprise) - 5:27

Credits[edit]

Featuring, Performer [Played And Sung] – Jay Supreme, Lana Earl[3]
Music By – Zimmermann, Katzmann, Fenslau
Performer [Guest Musician] – Didi Kociemba, Hubert Nitsch, Istvan Hartmann, Luise Tielmann, Nino, Peter Braunholz
Producer, Mastered By [Digitally], Performer [Played And Sung] – Jens Zimmermann, Torsten Fenslau
℗1991 Sony Music Entertainment (Germany) GmbH

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