Singapore (song)

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"Singapore"
Single by 2 Plus 1
from the album Easy Come, Easy Go
Released 1980
Format 7"
Recorded 1979
Genre Pop, Disco
Length 3:54
Label Philips Records
Writer(s) Wolff-Ekkehardt Stein, Wolfgang Jass[1]
Producer(s) Michael Holm, Rainer Pietsch[2]
2 Plus 1 singles chronology
"Easy Come, Easy Go"
(1979)
"Singapore"
(1980)
"Allah Inch' Allah"
(1980)

"Singapore" is a single by Polish band 2 Plus 1, released in 1980, also known as "Singapore Dreams".

Song information[edit]

"Singapore" (in Japanese: "夢のシンガポール") was the first out of two 2 Plus 1 singles released on Japanese market (the second one was "Blue Lights of Pasadena").[3][4] The song promoted there Easy Come, Easy Go, their debut international album, whose title song made the single B-side.

The song met with modest success in Japan and has become one of 2 Plus 1's most popular songs. It was later released as the B-side of their 1981 single "Mama Chita".

Track listing[edit]

  • 7" Single
A. "Singapore"
B. "Easy Come, Easy Go"

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ヴェロニカ (veronica unlimited)". www6.plala.or.jp (in Japanese). Retrieved 2011-06-03. 
  2. ^ "2 plus 1 - Mama Chita (Vinyl) at Discogs". www.discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-06-03. 
  3. ^ "best single-sold artists / 日本でシングルが売れたアーチストたち". www6.plala.or.jp (in Japanese). Retrieved 2011-06-03. 
  4. ^ "BeN's diary 「イージー・カム・イージー・ゴー」/2プラス1". hadsch.dtiblog.com (in Japanese). Retrieved 2011-06-03.