Belinda Carlisle - Summer Rain (Virgin 663 166-211) (GER 1990)

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Belinda Carlisle - Summer Rain (Virgin 663 166-211) (GER 1990)

Belinda Carlisle - Summer Rain
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Cat#: Virgin 663 166-211 | Country/Year: Germany 1990


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Belinda Carlisle - Summer Rain (Virgin 663 166-211) (GER 1990)

Belinda Carlisle - Summer Rain (Virgin 663 166-211) (GER 1990)

Extraction Log:

Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 5 from 4. May 2009

EAC extraction logfile from 19. November 2010, 10:11

Belinda Carlisle / Summer Rain

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1 | 0:00.33 | 8:06.10 | 33 | 36492
2 | 8:06.43 | 6:52.65 | 36493 | 67457

Track 1

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CD Info:

Belinda Carlisle - Summer Rain

Label: Virgin Schallplatten GmbH
Catalog#: 663 166-211
Format: CD, Maxi-Single
Country: Europe
Released: 1990
Genre: Pop
Style: Europop


1 Summer Rain (Extended Version) 8:01
2 Summer Rain (Dub) 6:51


Producer - Justin Strauss
Remix - Daniel Abraham , Justin Strauss

Barcode and Other Identifiers:

Barcode: none
Matrix Number: SONOPRESS 663 166 A
Other (Label Code): LC 3098
Other (Rights Societies): Biem/Gema/Stemra

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"Summer Rain" is a song written by Robbie Seidman and Maria Vidal, produced by Rick Nowels for Belinda Carlisle's third album Runaway Horses (1989). The song is about a man who goes away to war and leaves his wife saying that nothing will change they will be together forever and always. The song is set in the present as his widow sings it, remembering the last time she saw him. It was released around the world in 1990 and was issued as a CD single, 7" single and a 12" single.

Carlisle's version had minor success on the charts reaching the top thirty in the United States and the UK and reaching the top ten in Australia. It was later covered by a couple of artists including Slinkee Minx, where their cover version of the song also reached the top ten in Australia.

"Summer Rain" achieved moderate commercial success in North America, where it was released as the second single from Runaway Horses (1989). In January 1990, the song entered the Billboard Hot 100, the main U.S. chart, at number 86.[1] Within seven weeks of its release it peaked at number 30 where it stayed at that position for two weeks. The single spent 13 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, six of which were in the top 50.[2] The single was Carlisle's second last song to chart on the Billboard Hot 100. It also peaked at number 29 on the U.S. Billboard Adult Contemporary, where it spent eight weeks on the chart.[3]

In Australia, the song had the most commercial success, where it was released as the album's third single. In early April 1990, it debuted at number 42.[4] Within five weeks of its release it peaked in the top ten where it stayed for five weeks.[4] The song reached its peak at number six and remained there for three weeks, spending a total of sixteen weeks in the top fifty.[4] The Australian Recording Industry Association awarded the single a gold certification for shipping 35,000 copies and became the fortieth highest selling single in Australia for 1990.[5]

The song was released in the United Kingdom in December 1990 as the sixth and final release from Runaway Horses, peaking at number twenty-three at the end of January 1991 and spent 10 weeks in the chart. wikipedia




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