My Favourites

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My Favourites
Sandra My Favourites.jpg
Compilation album by Sandra
Released 4 June 1999
Recorded 1985–1999
Genre Synthpop
Length 48:21 (CD 1)
47:09 (CD 2)
Label Virgin
Producer Michael Cretu
Jens Gad
Sandra chronology
Fading Shades
(1995)Fading Shades1995
My Favourites
(1999)
The Wheel of Time
(2002)The Wheel of Time2002
Singles from My Favourites
  1. "Secret Land '99"
    Released: 17 May 1999
  2. "In the Heat of the Night '99"
    Released: 1999 (Promo in France)
  3. "(I'll Never Be) Maria Magdalena '99"
    Released: 1999 (Promo in France)
  4. "No Taboo"
    Released: Cancelled
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

My Favourites is the third compilation album by German singer Sandra, released in 1999.

1999 saw the release of a double disc album. As the trend began with artists like Modern Talking to remix old material, My Favourites was released featuring remixes of her hits by long-time band companion Peter Ries, featuring also some of Sandra's personal favourite ballads. It quickly made its way into the Top 20 of the German album charts. "Secret Land '99" was taken as the single and showed Sandra sporting a short hairstyle in the music video.

Track listing[edit]

CD 1 (Remixes)
  1. "Mirrored in Your Eyes '99" - 3:36
  2. "Secret Land '99" - 3:19
  3. "We'll Be Together '99" - 3:53
  4. "Won't Run Away '99" - 4:03
  5. "(I'll Never Be) Maria Magdalena '99" - 3:53
  6. "Heaven Can Wait '99" - 4:10
  7. "Hiroshima '99" - 4:25
  8. "Tell Me More '99" - 3:38
  9. "Celebrate Your Life '99" - 3:38
  10. "Around My Heart '99" - 3:42
  11. "In the Heat of the Night '99" - 4:28
  12. "Your Way to India '99" - 4:51
CD 2 (Originals)
  1. "No Taboo"
  2. "Johnny Wanna Live"
  3. "Don't Be Aggressive"
  4. "One More Night"
  5. "Steady Me"
  6. "Love Turns to Pain"
  7. "Seal It Forever"
  8. "I Need Love '95"
  9. "When the Rain Doesn't Come"
  10. "Nights in White Satin"
  11. "First Lullaby"
  12. "Fading Shades"

References[edit]

  1. ^ "My Favourites". Retrieved 9 December 2009.