Rise Again (DJ Sammy song)

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"Rise Again"
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Single by DJ Sammy/Loona
from the album The Rise
Released August 27, 2004
Recorded 2003
Genre Trance Dance music
Length 3:20
Label Central Station
Writer(s) DJ Sammy
Loona
Martin Eyerer
Oliver Laib
Producer(s) Martin Eyerer
Oliver Leib
DJ Sammy/Loona singles chronology
"The Boys of Summer"
(2002)
"Rise Again"
(2004)
"Why"
(2005)

Rise Again is a song co-written and recorded DJ Sammy with vocals by Loona. It was released in August 2004 as the first single from the album The Rise. The beginning of Rise Again samples the beginning of Where the Streets Have No Name by U2. The song was featured in the soundtrack for the film It's All Gone Pete Tong.

Music video[edit]

The video featured DJ Sammy and Loona who was in the early stages of pregnancy. Scenes include DJ Sammy walking in Palma de Mallorca, on a dock onto the Mediterranean Sea, a vintage television set of Loona in a mountain valley and reflecting sunlight with a mirror into DJ Sammy's face from the TV set, Loona sits in a filled bath fully clothed, and DJ Sammy lets red white balloons go into the sky. It ends with DJ Sammy walking down a stadium aisle in the Son Moix (Real Mallorca) where he is joined by Loona.

Formats and track listings[edit]

These are the formats and track listings of major single releases of "Rise Again".

International CD single
  1. "Rise Again" (Radio mix) – 3:42
  2. "Rise Again" (Original vocal) – 7:27
  3. "Rise Again" (Viframa remix) – 8:08
  4. "Rise Again" (Martin Eyerer remix) – 7:46
  5. "Rise Again" (Original instrumental) – 7:33
Vinyl single
  1. "Rise Again" (Original vocal) – 7:27
  2. "Rise Again" (Original instrumental) – 7:33
  3. "Rise Again" (Viframa remix) – 8:08
  4. "Rise Again" (Martin Eyerer remix) – 7:46

Charts[edit]

Chart (2004) Peak
position
Germany (Media Control Charts) 53
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[1] 88

References[edit]

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