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|Single by Sash!|
|from the album Trilenium|
|Sash! singles chronology|
"Together Again" is a song by German production group Sash!.The record was released in November 2000 via Edel Records as the fourth and final single from their third studio album Trilenium . The record features vocal parts by Danish artist Blå Øjne and was released in Denmark and Spain only. The group initially planned to release the song with Danish lyrics.
All tracks are written by Ralph Kappmaier, Thomas Allison, Sascha Lappessen.
|1.||"Together Again" (Album Version)||3:41|
|2.||"Together Again" (Extended Version)||5:28|
|3.||"Together Again" (Dub Version)||5:31|
For promotional use only.
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