Something In Common


Something In Common
«Something In Common»
Sencillo de Whitney Houston
del álbum Bobby
Formato 7", cd maxi y cd single
Grabación 1993
Género(s) R&B, Soul
Duración 3:43
Discográfica MCA
Autor(es) Teddy Riley, Bobby Brown, Whitney Houston y Benard Belle
Productor(es) Teddy Riley
Cronología de Whitney Houston

«Queen Of The Night
1993»

«Something In Common»

«Exhale (Shoop Shoop)
1995»

"Something In Common" ("Algo en Común") es una canción interpretada por Bobby Brown y su esposa, la exitosa y mundialmente famosa Whitney Houston.

Contenido

Historia

"Something In Common" está incluida en el álbum de Brown publicado en 1992, Bobby. La versión del single fue descubierta en la compilación de 1993, Remixes In The Key of B. Es el único single en el que ha colaborado la pareja hasta la fecha. La canción habla de dos personas que en principio no se gustan y que finalmente descubren que tienen "algo en común". El video muestra a Brown y Houston sobre techos interpretando la canción.

El single no se publicó comercialmente en Estados Unidos, pero sí en Europa. La mejor posición la alcanzó en RU donde llegó al #16.

Sencillos

CD-Maxi MCA 31529 1993

1. Something In Common (Radio Edit) 3:43

2. Something In Common (Extended Vocal Version) 6:55

3. Something In Common (Quiet Storm Version) 4:38

7" Single (UK) MCA MCS 1957 1993

1. Something In Common (Radio Edit) 3:43

2. Something In Common (Quiet Storm Version) 4:38

Charts

Chart (1993) Posición
Alemania 58[1]
Nueva Zelanda 33[2]
Países Bajos 40[3]
Reino Unido 16[4]
Suiza 41[5]

Referencias

  1. Fuente:German Charts
  2. Fuente:New Zealand Charts
  3. Fuente: Dutch Charts
  4. Fuente: UK Top 40
  5. Fuente: Schweizer Hitparade

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