Romeos

First single from Alphaville's 1989 album The Breathtaking Blue.

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Alphaville (band)

German synth-pop band formed in Münster in 1982.

Alphaville performing in 2005

Their third album in 1989, The Breathtaking Blue, included the singles "Romeos" and "Mysteries of Love" and was released as a CD+G, including black & white stills with original lyrics and German translation.

Noah Taylor

Australian actor.

Taylor in 2016

Much later, he appeared in the video of "Fifteen Feet of Pure White Snow", a song by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, along with the video for "M.O.R." by British alternative rock group Blur and he also played a young Romeo in the video "Romeos" from Alphaville.

The Breathtaking Blue

Third album by German synth-pop band Alphaville, released in April 1989.

Alphaville released three singles from the album, "Romeos", "Summer Rain" and "Mysteries of Love", the first of which charted internationally.

Dreamscapes

Limited edition eight-CD set of rare Alphaville recordings, released in 1999.

The cover of Dreamscapes 1ne and 2wo
The cover of Dreamscapes 3hree and 4our
The cover of Dreamscapes 5ive and 6ix
The cover of Dreamscapes 7even and 8ight

16) "Romeos (12" New Edit)" – 5:48

Songlines (Alphaville video)

Video released by the German band Alphaville in 1989, created during the production of Alphaville's 1989 album The Breathtaking Blue.

2) "Romeos" - 4:58 (directed by Ian Pringle, Australia)

First Harvest 1984–92

Alphaville's first "real" greatest-hits compilation .

12) "Romeos" (Album Edit) – 4:52

Forever Pop

Collection of new remixes of older Alphaville songs and singles.

4) "Romeos (Rewarped mix)" – 4:34

History (Alphaville album)

1993 Alphaville album.

Alphaville performing in 2005

1) "Headlines" (alternate lyrics) - 3:47

Miriam Stockley

British singer.

Stockley in 2006
Stockley at Night of the Proms in 2006

Alphaville – Romeos (1989)