Tomorrow's World Lyrics, Review & General Site Updates

3 October 2011

It's been a busy few weeks in the world of Erasure, what with new single When I Start To (Break It All Down) being released last week and with new album Tomorrow's World released today in the UK. As a result I've been hard at work (ahem!) adding new content to this site. The Tomorrow's World Discography Page is now up-to-date and the Tomorrow's World Lyrics, including bonus tracks Shot To The Heart and Give Me Life, have been added. I've also published my Tomorrow's World Review - why not read it then share your views by submitting your own review?

A new quick poll has been started which you can see in the right hand panel, where you can vote for your favourite song from the new album. And the Music Videos page has been updated to include all three When I Start To (Break It All Down) videos too. I was hoping to add a page to the chart performance section detailing When I Start To (Break It All Down) chart placings, but sadly the single didn't make the top 100 in the UK Singles Chart.

But not all site updates have been related to new releases. I've added a host of desktop wallpapers to the Downloads section, a few new reviews have been added to the Covers Of Erasure Tracks page and I've launched an official SoundCloud page as well. Phew!

These updates were announced on the official Onge's Erasure Page Facebook and Twitter pages. If you're not already, why not like/follow this site, to ensure you're kept up-to-date with all the latest Erasure news and updates to this site!

Comments

  1. Fan for years. This new CD sucks. Should of been one of Andys solo works.

    Posted by mark – florida usa
    28 October 2011 7:15 pm (GMT)
  2. In “Fill us With Fire” Is Andy really saying Believeing in God is a “waste of time”?

    Posted by Derk
    8 November 2011 6:45 pm (GMT)
  3. Yes – that is the line Andy sings.

    Posted by Onge
    8 November 2011 9:42 pm (GMT)
  4. this CD is incredible. “fill us with fire” is a masterpiece. the lyrics are far more evolved than some earlier stuff. and it’s “should have” not “should of.”

    Posted by lito
    14 March 2012 11:19 pm (GMT)

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