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Together Forever by Rick Astley

Album: Whenever You Need SomebodyReleased: 1987Charted:
  • The follow-up to Astley's first hit "Never Gonna Give You Up," this song was also written by the British production team of Stock, Aitken and Waterman. The songs are similar in tempo and lyrical content, as they find Astley singing about a love that will last forever.

    This marked Astley's second trip to #1 on the US chart, but the single stalled at #2 in the UK while Kylie Minogue's "I Should Be So Lucky" secured the #1 spot.
  • The production trio wanted to choose a follow-up that would solidify the image of the loyal guy with the velvet voice they created with Astley's debut single. "When we'd done all the other tracks, we listened to them and thought... people have already bought 'Never Gonna Give You Up,'" Mike Stock explained to Billboard. "What else is there (on the album) that really does compare? We thought we needed 'Together Forever' to get home to people what Rick could be."
  • This was featured on the sitcom It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia in the 2007 episode "The Aluminum Monster vs. Fatty McGoo."
  • This was featured on the drama series Cold Case in the 2005 episode "Family."
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Comments: 5

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I hate manufactured pop. I hate manufactured pop ballads. In fact, I hate everything that this song represents. There's just one thing...I LOVE THIS SONG!Miles - Vancouver, Canada
I love Rick Astley's music! This song brings back
good times, the best of fun. I'm sure there's someone out there that someone can relate to with this song. I know I can.
Debbie - Canton, Oh
Okay, let the flaming begin.
Rick Astley was quite possibly the most awful "musician" I had the displeasure of being afflicted by in the 1980s.
His absence from the radio of late is quite welcome, indeed.
Oldpink - New Castle, In
This was quite a catchy little dance ditty. I like the single remixed version it sounds more rhythmic and urban. It is a shame that none of his records were huge US urban radio hits like I predicted them to be. I still play this song quite a bit.Eugene - Minneapolis, Mn
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