Jascha Richter chronology. Planet Blue (2002)Planet Blue2002. Where I Belong (2006). Where I Belong is the second solo album by Danish singer-songwriter Jascha Richter.
Colours is the second studio album of the Danish soft rock band Michael Learns to Rock. It was released in October 1993. As of 1995, the album had sold . million copies worldwide. In Denmark the album sold 40,000 copies Track listing. All music composed by Jascha Richter, except for "I'm Gonna Come Back" which was jointly composed by Jascha Richter and Ashley Mulford.
Jascha Richter (born 24 June 1963) is a Danish singer-songwriter best known as the lead vocalist and keyboardist of the soft rock band, Michael Learns to Rock where he composes and sings most of their songs. Some of his best known songs includes, "25 Minutes", "The Actor", "Sleeping Child", "That's Why (You Go Away)", "Take Me To Your Heart", "Complicated Heart", "Someday", "Wild Women", "Out of the Blue", "You Took My Heart Away" and "Paint My Love". Where I Belong (Jascha Richter album).
Some Things lyrics: If you need a place to stay To get away from yesterday A shoulder you can cry on through the night Let med be the helping friend To get you on your feet again Until the clouds have rolled on by You . Some things were meant to leave behind. If you lack a master plan. To get a grip and understand. What the hell it's all about. We all feel inadequate. That's just a part of it. Of being here.
More albums from Jascha Richter.
Michael Learns to Rock (also known as MLTR) is a Danish Soft Rock, Pop Rock band, composed of Jascha Richter, Mikkel Lentz, Kåre Wanscher, and Søren Madsen. The band was formed in 1988 and have sold over 11 million records over the course of their career, with the majority sold in Europe & Asia. Despite being Danish, the band performs songs in English, due to their failed attempts of fame in the United States
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