Time of Our Lives/Connected

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"Time of Our Lives/Connected"
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Single by Paul van Dyk featuring Vega 4
from the album Reflections
ReleasedDecember 16, 2003
Genre Dance, trance, techno
Label Vandit, Positiva, Mute
Paul van Dyk songssingles chronology
"Nothing But You"
"Time of Our Lives/Connected"

"Time of Our Lives/Connected" is a double A-side single written and released by Paul van Dyk. The (A) song "Time of Our Lives" was recorded in collaboration with the indie UK rock band Vega 4. "Time of Our Lives" was featured in a Jeep commercial in May, 2007 and in the film The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants . The (AA) song "Connected" was featured in a Motorola commercial featuring Paul. This song also featured in the movie Into the Blue .


Track listing

CD Version

  1. Radio Edit
  2. PVD Club Mix
  3. Motomix 05
  4. "Time of Our Lives" (Enhanced Video)

12" Version

  1. A1 Time of Our Lives (PVD's Club Mix) 7:50
  2. B1 Connected (Motomix_05) 7:15
  3. B2 Connected (Marco V Mix) 8:46

CD: Mute / MUSDJ 155-2 (US)

  1. Time Of Our Lives (Swiss American Federation Remix) 3:32
  2. Time Of Our Lives (Dance Radio USA Mix/PVD's Remix Edit) 4:05


Chart performance for "Time of Our Lives" / "Connected"
Chart (2003)Peak
Australia (ARIA) [1] 100
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40) [2] 47
Eurochart Hot 100 Singles 34
Germany (Official German Charts) [3] 14
Ireland (IRMA) [4] 41
Netherlands (Single Top 100) [5] 64
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade) [6] 70
UK Singles (OCC) [7] 28
UK Dance (OCC) [8] 3

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