Mirrors (Sandra album)

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Studio album by Sandra
Released 26 August 1986
Recorded 1986
Genre Synthpop
Length 35:06
Label Virgin
Producer Michael Cretu
Armand Volker
Sandra chronology
The Long Play
(1985)The Long Play1985
Ten on One (The Singles)
(1987)Ten on One (The Singles)1987
Singles from Mirrors
  1. "Innocent Love"
    Released: June 1986
  2. "Hi! Hi! Hi!"
    Released: September 1986
  3. "Loreen"
    Released: November 1986
  4. "Midnight Man"
    Released: February 1987

Mirrors is the second studio album from German singer Sandra, released in 1986.[1]

Writing and reception[edit]

The album was produced by Michael Cretu and Armand Volker. It reached #16 in Germany, #14 in Norway, #40 in Sweden and #13 in Switzerland. Producer Michael Cretu used more of the writing and singing talents of Hubert Kemmler (who was already a popular singer in Germany under the name of Hubert Kah). The song "Don't Cry (The Breakup of the World)" was written in reaction to the Chernobyl disaster in 1986. The second album continued the same success all over Europe as the first one had previously done.


Four singles from this album were released. "Innocent Love" was the first of four successful singles released from the album, entering the Top 10 in France, whereas the second single, "Hi! Hi! Hi!", became a Top 10 hit in Sandra's home country of Germany. The ballad "Loreen" was the third single released, and the electropop "Midnight Man" was the album's fourth and final single to be released.

Track listing[edit]

# Track Writer(s) - producer(s) Time
1 "The Second Day" Cretu, Kemmler, Hirschburger 0:36
2 "Don't Cry (The Breakup of the World)" Kemmler, Cretu - Kemmler, Hirschburger 4:56
3 "Hi! Hi! Hi!" Cretu, Kemmler - Cretu, Hirschburger 4:12
4 "Midnight Man" Kemmler, Cretu - Kemmler, Hirschburger 3:05
5 "You'll Be Mine" Cretu, Kemmler - Cretu, Hirschburger 4:33
6 "Innocent Love" Kemmler, Herter - Muller, Hirschburger 5:24
7 "Two Lovers Tonight" Cassandra, Besser - Cretu, Hirschburger 3:47
8 "Mirror of Love" Kemmler, Cretu - Kemmler, Hirschburger 4:14
9 "Loreen" Peter, Cretu - Peter, Hirschburger 4:17

Instruments used[edit]


  1. ^ "Mirrors 1986". Web.archive.org. 2010-01-22. Archived from the original on 2010-01-22. Retrieved 2012-05-31. 
  2. ^ http://theppgs.com/system.html