Never Forget (Where You Come From)

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Never Forget
Brosis never forget.jpg
Studio album by Bro'Sis
Released January 21, 2002
Recorded 2001
Genre
Length 53:45
Label
Producer
Bro'Sis chronology
Never Forget
(2002)
Days of our Lives
(2003)Days of our Lives2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
LAUT 1/5 stars[1]

Never Forget (Where You Come From) is the debut studio album by German pop group Bro'Sis. It was released on January 21, 2002 on Cheyenne Records, Polydor and Zeitgeist. It was primarily produced by Toni Cottura, with additional production from Alex Christensen, Marc Mozart, Syndicate Music, and others. The album reached the top of the German, Austrian and Swiss albums chart and spawned five singles, including number one single "I Believe" and a cover version of 98 Degrees' 1999 Christmas single "The Gift".

Including its Special Winter Edition (released on November 11, 2002) and the album managed to sell more than 500,000 copies domestically. With thirty-eight weeks in the German Top 100, a platinum, and a gold certification the album became the eleventh successful album of 2002.

Track listing[edit]

Never Forget (Where You Come From)Standard edition
No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "I Believe"
Christensen 3:27
2. "Just the 2 of Us"
Brunner 3:26
3. "All I Wanna Know"
Cottura 3:16
4. "We'll Put a Spell on You"
  • Island Brothers
  • Spremberg
3:25
5. "Walkin' with You"
  • Andy Love
  • Giorgio Koppehele
  • Marc Z
  • Martin Koppehele
  • Sven Zippmann
  • Koppehele
  • John Eaton
  • Marc Z
  • Koppehele
4:21
6. "Do You"
  • Arkadius Raschka
  • Ingo Hugenroth
  • Patricia Bernetti
  • Cottura
Cottura 3:09
7. "Gimme Some Lovin'"
  • Moshirian
  • Browarczyk
  • Cottura
  • Cottura
3:48
8. "Bounce"
  • Achim Jannsen
  • Hermann Behrens
  • M. Carlson
  • Mirko von Schlieffen
  • N. Lautarevic
  • O. Ullmann
  • Terri Bjerre
  • Achim Jannsen
  • von Schlieffen
4:03
9. "Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel"
  • Dane Deviller
  • Sean Hossein
  • Supaflyas
  • D-Fact
  • Frank Lio
  • N-Dee
3:48
10. "What's Goin' On"
  • Aleks Jovanovic
  • Emanuell Twellmann
  • Frank W. Dursthoff
  • June Rollocks
Christensen 3:42
11. "Ain't That the Way"
  • Christoph Papendieck
  • Fontaine Brunett
  • Gerret Frerichs
  • Pascal F.E.O.S.
  • Papendieck
  • Frerichs
  • F.E.O.S.
4:28
12. "Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed"
  • D-Fact
  • Frank Lio
  • N-Dee
  • Rofl Gagel
  • Dash Andrews
  • D-Fact
  • Frank Lio
  • N-Dee
3:06
13. "You Better Not Come Home"
  • D-Fact
  • Frank Lio
  • N-Dee
  • Gagel
  • Andrews
  • Daniela Burghardt
  • Luca Barro
  • D-Fact
  • Frank Lio
  • N-Dee
  • Wolfgang Heichele
3:23
14. "Let Me Know"
  • Brüx
  • Moshirian
  • Browarczyk
  • Cottura
Cottura 3:41
15. "A Day in November"
  • Brötzmann
  • Leis-Bendorff
2:12

Credits and personnel[edit]

Music & Lyrics[edit]

Music[edit]

  • Luca Barro
  • Thorsten Brötzmann
  • Stephan Browarczyk
  • Christoph Brüx
  • Toni Cottura
  • Christoph Leis-Bendorff
  • Frank Lio

Lyrics[edit]

  • Patricia Bernetti
  • Thorsten Brötzmann
  • David Brunner
  • Toni Cottura
  • Alex Christensen
  • Alex Geringas

Production[edit]

  • Producer: David Brunner, Island Brothers, Alex Christensen, Toni Cottura, D.Fact, John Eaton, Gerret Frerichs, Achim Jannsen, Giorgio Koppehele, Martin Koppehele, Frank Lio, Marc Mozart, N-Dee, Christoph Papendieck, Pascal F.E.O.S., Mirko von Schlieffen, Roland Spremberg
  • Vocal recording: Florian Grummes
  • Vocal arrangement: Terri Bjerre
  • Engineers: Florian Grummers
  • Assistant engineers: Joachim Feske,
  • Mixing: Boogieman, Broschi, David Brunner, Koma, Christoph Leis-Bendorff, Quickmix, Andi Regler, Rollo, Jürgen Wind
  • Mastering: J. Quincy Kramer, MM Sound
  • Artwork: Ronald Reinsberg
  • Photography: Benjamin Wolf

Charts[edit]

References[edit]

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