Anyplace, anywhere, anytime

Anyplace, anywhere, anytime

Song written by Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen, Carlo Karges and Dalbello.

Irgendwie, irgendwo, irgendwann

'Anyplace, anywhere, anytime' is based on the German song 'Irgendwie, irgendwo, irgendwann', written by Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen and Carlo Karges and featured on Nena's third studio album 'Feuer und Flamme' which was released on June 25, 1985. Released as a single, it was a hit in Germany and the Netherlands.

Anyplace, anywhere, anytime - Nena version

In 1985, Nena recorded 'Anyplace, anywhere, anytime' as a band. It was included on the English version of the 'Feuer und Flamme' album entitled 'It's all in the game' released on November 11, 1985.

Anyplace, anywhere, anytime - Nena & Kim Wilde version

In 2002, Nena released the album 'Nena feat. Nena'. The album celebrated Nena's 20 years as a recording artist, and featured new recordings of her most well-known songs. Some of the tracks were performed as duets.
Nena and Kim Wilde re-recorded 'Anyplace, anywhere, anytime' as a duet in the summer of 2002 for the album. The track was subsequently released as the fourth single from the album in May 2003. It became a top 10 hit in Austria, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands.


'Anyplace, anywhere, anytime' was released on cd-single.
See also this page in the discography.

Music video

A music video was filmed to promote the single. It was directed by Marcus Sternberg.
Go to this page for more information.

Remixes and live versions

There are two versions of 'Anyplace, anywhere, anytime': the album version and the radio version. Nena and Kim Wilde also performed the song live together numerous times. One of their performances, on October 11, 2002 at the Jahrhunderthalle in Frankfurt (Germany), was recorded and released: first on a bonus cd with the double DVD 'Nena feat. Nena live', later on a DVD-Audio with the same title.

Cover versions

'Anyplace anywhere anytime' was covered by the band Symphonicity.

Chart performance

Austria: 1 (14 weeks)
Belgium: 2 (19 weeks)
Denmark: 19 (2 weeks)
Germany: 3 (15 weeks)
Netherlands: 1 (19 weeks)
Switzerland: 9 (21 weeks)

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