Future Girls

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Future Girls
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Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 26, 2000
Genre J-POP, eurodance, bubblegum dance
Smile.dk chronology
Smile
(1998)
Future Girls
(2000)
Smile Paradise
(2001)

Future Girls is the second album by Swedish pop/bubblegum dance group Smile.dk, released in 2000. The song "Dancing All Alone" was featured in the video game Dance Dance Revolution 5thMIX . Tracks from this album are featured on several Dancemania megamix albums, including Dancemania X7, X8HYPER DELUX, and DELUX 5.

Track listing

  1. Future Girls (3:35)
  2. Doo-Be-Di-Boy (3:12)
  3. Hollywood (3:20)
  4. Counting on You (4:18)
  5. Dancing All Alone (3:09)
  6. Together (3:15)
  7. Heal My Broken Heart (3:43)
  8. Kissy Kissy (3:05)
  9. Love & Devotion (3:34)
  10. Don't Let Go (3:30)
  11. Dragonfly (3:18)
  12. Do You? (3:18)
  13. Someday (3:06)
  14. Dancing All Alone (Kimono remix) (3:10) [1]

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References

  1. "Smile.dk – Future Girls". Discogs. Retrieved 15 December 2012.