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Aqua: The Video Collection is a video album/documentary film by the Danish dance-pop group, Aqua, released in It includes all of the band's videos from the period – and most of the videos made for the singles from their first two studio albums, excluding "We Belong to the Sea", which was released the. Aqua: The Videos is a compilation of Aqua's music videos, released in It includes four videos, representing the band's singles, though not in chronological order of release. Aquarium is the debut studio album by Danish-Norwegian band Aqua. The album was released in Scandinavia on 26 March and in the United States on 9 September Although the group had been together for three years under their original name Joyspeed, their only release under that name was a single called.
"Lollipop (Candyman)" is a song recorded by Danish dance-pop group Aqua. Contents. [hide]. 1 Release; 2 Critical reception; 3 Track listings. Australian CD single; U.S. CD single and cassette; French CD single. 4 Music video; 5 Charts and certifications. Charts; Certifications. 6 References; 7 External . "Back to the 80s" is a song by Norwegian/Danish band Aqua. The song was written by members Søren Rasted, Claus Norreen, and produced by Rasted, for their second greatest hits album (). "Back to the 80s" was Aqua's first single in eight years, following the release of the single "We Belong to the Sea". Around the World is a documentary film about Aqua. Contents. [hide]. 1 Summary; 2 Release; 3 Personnel; 4 External links. Summary. This film is a documentary about Aqua, accompanied by the music videos for "Roses Are Red" , "Barbie Girl", "Doctor Jones", and "Lollipop". Release. The film was released in.
"Around the World" is a song by the Danish-Norwegian dance-pop group Aqua from their second studio album, Aquarius. It was released as the album's second single in May , and was their final release in the United Kingdom before their split in mid The song became their second and final number-one single.