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Together Now

 

Together Now

"Together Now"
Single by Olivia Lufkin, Jean Michel Jarre & Tetsuya Komuro
Released April 22, 1998
Format CD Single
Genre Pop / Electronica
Label SMEJ
Writer(s) Olivia Lufkin
Producer(s) Tetsuya Komuro, Jean Michel Jarre
Olivia chronology
"Together Now
(1998 FIFA World Cup Theme)"
(1998)
"I.L.Y. (Yokubō)"
(1999)
Music video
"Together Now" on YouTube

"Together Now" is a collaboration between French composer/producer Jean Michel Jarre, and the Japanese composer/producer Tetsuya Komuro. It was the France 1998 FIFA World Cup theme song. Olivia was the vocalist and the lyricist for this song. Together Now also features as Track 15 for "Music Of The World Cup: Allez! Ola! Ole!". However, the single was only retailed in Japan. Surprisingly, despite both Olivia and Tetsuya Komuro being under Avex, the single itself was released under SMEJ. The single reached #32 on Oricon charts and charted for #10 weeks.

Track listing

  1. Together Now (Original Full Mix)
  2. Together Now (Parlez Vous Francais Mix)
  3. Together Now (Radio Edit (Breakdown Mix))
  4. Oxygene 13 (TK Remix) (Jean Michel Jarre)
  5. Together Now (Instrumental)
Preceded by
"Gloryland by Glory
and
"We Are the Champions" by Queen
FIFA World Cup theme song
1998
with "The Cup of Life" by Ricky Martin
Succeeded by
"Boom by Anastacia
and
Anthem" by Vangelis
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