We Are the World (Twenty 4 Seven song)

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"We Are the World"
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CD single - Netherlands
Single by Twenty 4 Seven
from the album Twenty 4 Hours A Day, Seven Days A Week
Released 30 August 1996
Format CD single
CD maxi
12"
Recorded 1996
Genre Eurodance, Dancehall, Eurodisco
Length 3:38
Label CNR Music, ToCo International, Transistor Music,
Songwriter(s) Twenty 4 Seven
Ruud van Rijen
Stay-C
Producer(s) Twenty 4 Seven
Ruud van Rijen
Twenty 4 Seven singles chronology
"Keep on Tryin'"
(1995)
"We Are the World"
(1996)
"If You Want My Love"
(1997)
"Keep on Tryin'"
(1995)
"We Are the World"
(1996)
"If You Want My Love"
(1997)
Music video
"We Are the World" on YouTube

"We Are the World" is a song recorded by the Dutch group Twenty 4 Seven. It was released in summer 1996 as a single from their fourth studio album Twenty 4 Hours A Day, Seven Days A Week. Vocalist Nance Coolen was replaced by Stella after Nance had left the group. The chorus was sung by Stella and the rap by Stay-C. The video was filmed in Aalsmeer in Amsterdam (The Netherlands) and directed by Steve Walker.

Track listings[edit]

CD maxi
  1. "We Are The World" (Single Mix) — 3:37
  2. "We Are The World" (Generations Mixx) — 4:02
  3. "We Are The World" (RVR Long Version) — 5:17
  4. "We Are The World" (The World According To Ruyters & Romero Remix) — 4:39
  5. "We Are The World" (Dancehall Mixx) — 4:22
  6. "We Are The World" (Fijay Valasco Club Mix) — 5:35
  7. "We Are The World" (Instrumental World) — 3:37
CD single
  1. "We Are The World" (Single Mix) — 3:37
  2. "We Are The World" (Instrumental World) — 3:37

Vinyl 12"[edit]

  1. "We Are The World" (Single Mix) — 3:37
  2. "We Are The World" (Generations Mixx) — 4:02
  3. "We Are The World" (RVR Long Version) — 5:17
  4. "We Are The World" (The World According To Ruyters & Romero Remix) — 4:39
  5. "We Are The World" (Dancehall Mixx) — 4:22
  6. "We Are The World" (Fijay Valasco Club Mix) — 5:35
  7. "We Are The World" (Instrumental World) — 3:37

Charts[edit]

Chart (1996) Peak
position
Germany (Media Control Charts)[1] 67
Netherlands (Dutch Top 40)[1] 33
Netherlands (Single Top 100)[2] 39
Spain (AFYVE)[2] 4
Europe (Eurochart Hot 100) 32

References[edit]

  1. ^ German chart position
  2. ^ Salaverri, Fernando (September 2005). Sólo éxitos: año a año, 1959–2002 (1st ed.). Spain: Fundación Autor-SGAE. ISBN 84-8048-639-2.