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Some Things is the debut album by Belgian trio Lasgo, originally released in Belgium on November 19 2001[1][2] with Antler-Subway record label. The album was also released across the world throughout 2001 and 2002[3].

Some Things
Lasgo front.jpg
Studio album by
Released19 November 2001
Genretrance
LabelAntler-Subway
Lasgo chronology
Some Things
(2001)
Far Away
(2005)

At the time of album release, the electronica music trio consisted of lead vocalist Evi Goffin (left group in 2008), and record producers Peter Luts and David Vervoort (aka Dave McCullen; former group member).

The debut single, “Something,” was released in May 2001, and was proceeded by two more singles from the album, “Alone” and “Pray.”

Contents

Track listingEdit

No. Title Writer(s) /

Producer(s)[4]

Length[1]
1 "Intro" Peter Luts, David Vervoort 1:50
2 "Something" Peter Luts, David Vervoort 3:42
3 "Blue" Peter Luts, David Vervoort 4:06
4 "Alone" Peter Luts, David Vervoort 4:02
5 "Searching" Peter Luts, David Vervoort 3:42
6 "I Wonder" Peter Luts, David Vervoort 3:41
7 "Follow You" Peter Luts, David Vervoort 3:37
8 "Cry" Peter Luts, David Vervoort 3:54
9 "Pray" Peter Luts, David Vervoort 3:28
10 "You" Peter Luts, David Vervoort 4:36
11 "Heaven" Peter Luts, David Vervoort 3:49
12 "Don't Belong 2 U" Peter Luts, David Vervoort 4:52
13 "Cloud Surfers" Peter Luts, Gert Corvers 6:12
14 "Feelings" Peter Luts, David Vervoort 3:36
15 "Alone (LMC Radio Edit)" Peter Luts, David Vervoort 3:11

ChartsEdit

Chart Peak
position[5][6][7]
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia) 11
Finnish Albums (Suomen virallinen lista) 13
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100) 82
UK Albums (OCC) 30
US Top Dance/Electronic Albums (Billboard) 10

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Some Things". iTunes.
  2. ^ "Biography". www.hitt.be.
  3. ^ "Lasgo – Some Things". Discogs.
  4. ^ "Lasgo - Some Things". Discogs.
  5. ^ Hung, Steffen. "italiancharts.com - Lasgo - Some Things". italiancharts.com. Retrieved 15 May 2018.
  6. ^ "Lasgo Some Things Chart History". Billboard. Retrieved 15 May 2018.
  7. ^ "some things | full Official Chart History | Official Charts Company". Retrieved 15 May 2018.

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