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The Korgis - This World's For Everyone album flac Performer: The Korgis
Title: This World's For Everyone
Style: Soft Rock, Pop Rock, Ballad
Released: 1992
Country: Germany
MP3 album: 1989 mb
FLAC album: 1534 mb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: ADX MP1 MP4 APE MPC AU AA
Genre: Rock / Pop

The Korgis released their first single "Young 'n' Russian" in early March 1979 on the label Rialto Records, owned by their managers Nick Heath and Tim Heath. Joined briefly by drummer Bill Birks; their next single "If I Had You," was released soon after and moved up to Number 13 on the UK Singles Chart, prompting the release of an eponymous debut album, The Korgis, in July 1979. The re-formed group, consisting of Warren, Davis, and Baker, released the album This World's For Everyone in 1992, having some success in Continental Europe and Japan, before breaking up again in 1993. 1999 saw the three original Korgis albums being re-issued by Edsel Records, followed by the two disc anthology Don't Look Back – The Very Best of The Korgis in 2003, issued by Sanctuary Records/Castle Communications.

Band Name The Korgis. Album Name This World's for Everyone. Erscheinungsdatum 1992. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 1. This World's for Everyone. 2. Hold on. 3. Work Together. 5. Show Me. 6. Who Are These Tears for Anyway. 8. Love Turned Me Around. 9. Wreckage of a Broken Heart. 10. All the Love in the World. 11. Third Time Around. 12. Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime (1992 Re-Recording).

A benefit album was the obvious attention getter, with the Korgis' hit "Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime" hopefully slated for 45. There were just two problems - the band was no more, and regardless, the group no longer owned the rights to the song. So in 1989 the chain of events that led to the re-forming of the Korgis began, followed by their recording a new album, This World's for Everyone. Reunited, the group recut "Learn" for IHR; the following year they went into the studio and recorded another three songs.

This World's For Everyone is a fourth studio album by English pop band The Korgis. It was released in The Netherlands, Spain and Japan in 1992 and in Germany in 1993. The album includes the 1990 charity single version of "Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime" (originally from Dumb Waiters, 1980) recorded for the International Hostage Release Foundation, single "One Life" as well as a new rendition of "All The Love In The World" (from Sticky George, 1981)  . This World's for Everyone" (James Warren/Andy Davis) - 3:26. Hold on" (Andy Davis) - 4:08.

The Korgis - By Appointment Album Lyrics. It Won’t Be The Same Old Place. Mount Everest Sings The Blues. Something About The Beatles. 7. That’s What Friends Are For – Unplugged. This World’s For Everyone. True Life Confessions. The Korgis Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’.

The Korgis chronology. This World's for Everyone (1992). Archive Series (1997). Greatest Hits (2001). Original version on 1979 album The Korgis. If It's Alright With You Baby" (Warren) - 4:01. From 1980 album Dumb Waiters. That Was My Big Mistake" (Davis, Warren) - 4:01. Original version on 1981 album Sticky George. Domestic Bliss" (Gordon, Harrison, Warren) - 3:15. From 1981 album Sticky George. O Maxine" (Warren) - 2:39. From 1979 album The Korgis.

The Korgis are a British pop band known mainly for their hit single "Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime" in 1980. The band was originally composed eyboardist Andy Davis (born Andrew Cresswell-Davis 10 August 1949) and singer/bassist James Warren (born 25 August 1951), both former members of 1970s band Stackridge, along with violinist Stuart Gordon and keyboardist Phil Harrison. The re-formed group, consisting of James Warren, Andy Davis and John Baker, released the album This World's For Everyone in 1992, having some success in Continental Europe and Japan, before breaking up again. 1999 saw the three original Korgis albums being re-issued by Edsel Records, followed by the two disc anthology Don't Look Back - The Very Best Of The Korgis in 2003, issued by Sanctuary Records/Castle Communications.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 This World's For Everyone
Written-By – Andy Davis, James Warren
3:26
2 Hold On
Written-By – Andy Davis
4:08
3 Work Together
Written-By – Andy Davis, James Warren
3:42
4 Hunger
Written-By – Andy Davis, Pete Brandt
4:49
5 Show Me
Written-By – Andy Davis, Debbie Clarkson, Helen Turner
3:43
6 Who Are These Tears For Anyway
Written-By – James Warren
4:14
7 One Life
Written-By – Andy Davis, James Warren
3:35
8 Love Turned Me Around
Written-By – Andy Davis, Debbie Clarkson, Helen Turner
5:00
9 Wreckage Of A Broken Heart
Written-By – Andy Davis, James Warren
3:11
10 All The Love In The World
Written-By – Andy Davis, James Warren
3:15
11 Third Time Around
Written-By – Andy Davis, Kim Beacon
3:49
12 Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime (1992 Re-Recording)
Written-By – James Warren
4:09

Credits

  • Producer – The Korgis

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8711211576728

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
39811022 The Korgis This World's For Everyone ‎(CD, Album) Eurostar 39811022 Germany 1993
JLRC 167-8 The Korgis This World's For Everyone ‎(CD, Album) J&L RECORDS CO. JLRC 167-8 Hong Kong 1992
SRCD 026 The Korgis This World's For Everyone ‎(CD, Album) Sanni Records SRCD 026 Spain 1992
ALCB-671 The Korgis This World's For Everyone ‎(CD, Album) Alfa International ALCB-671 Japan 1992
SJPCD244 The Korgis This World's For Everyone ‎(CD, Album) Angel Air SJPCD244 UK 1992