Thomas Helmig (born 15 October 1964) is a Danish Pop smed and musician, and has been one of the most popular singers in Denmark since the middle of the 1980s. Thomas Helmig was born and grew up in Egå, a suburb of Aarhus, where his father was a doctor. His parents divorced when he was quite young. To escape from the feelings associated with his parents' divorce, Thomas took refuge in music, most notably he spent much time teaching himself to play the piano.
Released March 5, 1992.
Style: pop. Album year: 1992. Thomas Helmig - Love Is The Miracle 03:52. Thomas Helmig - Anything Will Crumble 04:44. Thomas Helmig - House Of Love 04:26. Thomas Helmig - That Don't Mean A Thing 03:52. Thomas Helmig - Who Knows 04:32. Thomas Helmig - Landslide Of Love 04:57. Thomas Helmig - Memphis Blues Again 03:36. Thomas Helmig - Good Time Rewind 04:20. Thomas Helmig - Treat Me Right 04:09. Wanted - Thomas Helmig. Helmig Herfra - Thomas Helmig. Dream - Thomas Helmig. Thomas Helmig - PastForward - Thomas Helmig. Thomas - Thomas Helmig.
By 1989 he was releasing material under his own name, with the CD Vejen Vaeaek including an AIDS awareness single.
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Thomas Helmig is a Danish singer songwriter, multi instrumentalist and producer. He was born in Aarhus on the 15th October 1964. Thomas Helmig leves the school bench in 1981 to pursue a carreer in music. He becomes the lead singer in Kaksi Kuggas Band. During 1981-82 he is an exchange student in Detroit, Michigan. Here he gets into motown and soul.
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|A2||Don't Need A Cover||4:06|
|A3||A Match For You||4:47|
|A4||Love Is The Miracle||3:52|
|A5||Anything Will Crumble (Nowadays)||4:44|
|A6||House Of Love||4:26|
|B1||Treat Me Right||4:10|
|B2||That Don't Mean A Thing||3:52|
|B4||Landslide Of Love||4:56|
|B5||Memphis Blues Again
Written-By – Bob Dylan
|B6||Good Time Rewind
Rap – MC Zipp
- Record Company – BMG Ariola A/S
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Genlyd Grammofon
- Copyright (c) – Genlyd Grammofon
- Pressed By – Sonopress – F-9499
- Recorded At – Feedback Recording
- Mixed At – Feedback Recording
- Produced At – Frascati Studios
- Published By – Hebanini Songs
- Published By – Warner/Chappell
- Art Direction – Per Lunde Jørgensen
- Backing Vocals – Lasse Andersson, Sonia Jones Morgan, Sylvia Mason James*
- Bass – Lasse Andersson
- Design [Computer Works / Production] – David Fellah
- Drums – Claes Antonsen
- Engineer – Jørgen Knub, Tom Jeppesen, Tom R. Andersen
- Graphics – Morten Schandorff
- Guitar – Lasse Andersson, Thomas Helmig
- Keyboards – Lasse Andersson, Thomas Helmig
- Mixed By – Lasse Andersson, Thomas Helmig, Tom R. Andersen
- Percussion – Uffe Isaksen*
- Photography By [Cover Photo] – Jan Jul
- Photography By [Other Photos] – Jan Jul, Morten Schandorff
- Piano – Lasse Andersson, Thomas Helmig
- Producer – Lasse Andersson, Thomas Helmig
- Saxophone – Niels Mathiasen
- Vocals – Thomas Helmig
- Words By, Music By – Thomas Helmig (tracks: A1 to B4, B6)
NotesMC Zipp appears courtesy of Soul Power.
Recorded & mixed April-December 1991 at Feedback Recording, DK.
Pre-production done at Frascati Studios, DK.
All songs published by Hebanini Songs, DK, except "Memphis Blues Again", published by Warner Chappell.
℗ & © 1992 Genlyd Grammofon ApS.
A division of BMG Ariola A/S - A Bertelsmann Music Group Company
Printed in Germany
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BIEM / ncb
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): 202 DM F-9499 A-1 C
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): 202 DM F-9499 B-2 C
- Other (Side B, embossed in pressing ring): [Sonopress "Bass Clef" logo]
- Other (On inner sleeve): GenLP181-8
- Matrix / Runout (On label, side A): GENLP 181-A
- Matrix / Runout (On label, side B): GENLP 181-B
|GENCD 181||Thomas Helmig||Rhythm (CD, Album)||Genlyd||GENCD 181||Denmark||1992|
|GENCD 194, 74321113482||Thomas Helmig||Thomas Helmig (CD, Album)||Genlyd, BMG Ariola A/S, Genlyd, BMG Ariola A/S||GENCD 194, 74321113482||Europe||1992|
|GENMC 181||Thomas Helmig||Rhythm (Cass, Album)||Genlyd||GENMC 181||Denmark||1992|