For the first single Where Are You? took Sven Vath , with the production duo already for the project OFF had worked, the vocal part . The song entered the German charts in November 1986 and reached number 11. In the spring of 1987, Changing Minds achieved a second chart success in Germany. The single, on which a computer voice can be heard, climbed to number 19.
Also in 1987 was (Ina) Gadda-Da-Vida , a cover version of the Iron Butterfly hit from 1968. The track sung by Eddie Hind, member of the duo Picnic at the Whitehouse , missed the charts, as did the following singles Too Fast to Live (1988) and Hi-Score (1989). In Too Fast to Live was the first time in Where Are You? the voice of Sven Väths, who is also the author of the track, can be heard again.
Under the title Où-es-tu? a version of Where Are You? with opera singing .
- 04/1987: Inaxycvgtgb
- 09/1986: Where Are You?
- 03/1987: Changing Minds
- 06/1987: (Ina) Gadda-Da-Vida (feat. Edwin Hind)
- 10/1988: Too Fast to Live
- 02/1989: Hi-Score
- 08/1998: Where are you?
- Chartdaten: DE