He's the King
"He's the King" is a song recorded by Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler for her twelfth studio album, All in One Voice (1998). It was released in December 1997 by EastWest Records as the lead single of the album. The song was written by German songwriters Harold Faltermeyer and Gernot Rothenbach.
|"He's the King"|
|Single by Bonnie Tyler|
|from the album All in One Voice|
|Songwriter(s)||Harold Faltermeyer, Gernot Rothenbach|
|Producer(s)||Harold Faltermeyer, Gernot Rothenbach|
|Bonnie Tyler singles chronology|
"He's the King" charted at number 95 in the German Top 100 Singles Chart, released a year before the album. The song appeared on the 1997 German film Der König von St. Pauli, where Tyler can be seen performing the song in a nightclub. It was also featured on the film's soundtrack.
The song was recorded at the Red Deer Studio in Berlin.
"He's the King" was released on a maxi CD in December 1997. The fourth track is the theme to Der König von St. Pauli, composed by Harold Faltermeyer. Tyler's vocals do not feature on this track.
- "He's the King (Radio Version)" – 3:45
- "He's The King (Extended Version)" – 4:43
- "He's The King (Acoustic Mix)" – 4:12
- "Der König von St. Pauli (Theme)" – 3:55
Credits and personnelEdit
Credits and personnel adapted from album liner notes.