Time After Time (Timmy T album)

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Time After Time
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ReleasedJune 20, 1990
Genre Pop, dance-pop, electronic
Label Quality
Producer John Ryan, Timmy T
Timmy T chronology
Time After Time
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Time After Time is the debut album released on Quality Records by freestyle singer Timmy T on June 20, 1990, by Quality Records label. It peaked at No. 46 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.


Six singles were released from the album. "One More Try", the most successful single, reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States. "Over and Over", "Time After Time", and "What Will I Do" also cracked the Hot 100.

Track listing

All tracks are written by Timmy T, except where noted.

1."Time After Time"3:53
2."One More Try"3:29
3."My Exceptional Girl"3:19
4."What Will I Do"4:07
5."Too Young to Love You"2:41
6."Paradise" (Carl King)5:07
7."Over and Over" (Carl King)3:29
8."You're the Only One" (Carl King)4:04
9."Please Don't Go" (Harry Wayne Casey, Richard Finch)3:18
Japanese Edition
10."One More Try" (Original Version)5:14
1991 Edition
10."Over and Over" (Dance Remix)5:32
11."Paradise" (Jazz Remix)6:45

Chart positions

Chart (1991)Peak
Canada RPM Top Albums [2] 27
US Billboard 200 [3] 46
Japan Oricon Albums Chart [4] 73
Sweden Sverigetopplistan [5] 48
1990"Time After Time"The Billboard Hot 10040
Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales23
"What Will I Do"The Billboard Hot 10096
Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales35
1991"One More Try"The Billboard Hot 1001
Adult Contemporary4
"Over and Over"The Billboard Hot 10063
"Paradise"Netherlands MegaCharts [6] 18

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