2 Belgen ‎– Lena

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Vogue ‎– 325003
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Maxi-Single
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A Lena
Programmed By [Fairlight Cmi] – Stef De Pooter
6:10
B1 Call Me (Tempo Mix)
Written-By – Jean Lou Nowé*
2:41
B2 Dancing Thoughts (Step Version)
Tap Dance [Stepdance] – Nicolas (10)Written-By – Jean Lou Nowé*
4:01

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Fairlight C.M.I. on Lena by Audio Sound Studio's

Made in Belgium

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SABAM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): VG 114-325.003-Aı AP FOON MASTERING
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): VG 114-325.003-Bı AP FOON MASTERING
  • Other (Distribution Code): VG 114

Other Versions (5 of 12) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
125011 2 Belgen Lena(7", Single) Vogue 125011 Belgium 1985 Sell This Version
883 107-1 2 Belgen Lena(12", EP) Polydor 883 107-1 Netherlands 1985 Sell This Version
20.858 2 Belgen Lena(12", Maxi) Pdi 20.858 Spain 1985 Sell This Version
325003 2 Belgen Lena(12", Maxi) Vogue 325003 Belgium 1985 Sell This Version
248 914-0 2 Belgen Lena(12", Maxi) WEA 248 914-0 Germany 1985 Sell This Version

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Aftering_at_my_way

Aftering_at_my_way

December 3, 2007

Originally released in 1982 on the B-side of "Quand le film est triste" this remix of Lena, destinated for
the clubs, was a huge succes in Europe. Even a lot bigger than it's '82 original.

Written by Rembert De Smet, who characterizes this song by the extensive use of the guitar-synthesizer,
playing bass and rhythm on the same guitar and by his quite unique and refined way of singing.

The other part of the group was drummer Herman Celis. Between the two of them they did almost all the
instruments of a complete band. Herman left the 2 Belgen before the '85 version of Lena, to join another
Belgian New Wave group "Nacht und Nebel".

The name ("two belgians") was jokingly explained as "the only thing they had in common: Their nationality".

With his spanish oriented group 'Esta Loco', Rembert still plays his "Lena" today.
The song is still living these days and during the years it even received an Arabic and German version.

A Legendary New Wave group, with a song that stands! Lena was her name..