Aaliyah - Try Again album download
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|A1||Try Again (Timbaland Remix)
Remix – Timbaland
|A2||Try Again (D'Jam Hassan Remix)
Remix – D'Jam Hassan
|B1||Try Again (Album Version)||4:44|
|B2||Try Again (Instrumental)||4:38|
- Featuring – Timbaland (tracks: A1 to B1)
- Producer – Timbaland
- Written-By – Static , S. Garret*, T. Mosely*
|VUSCDF167, 7243 8 96835 2 3, 7243 8 96835 2 6||Aaliyah||Try Again (CD, Maxi)||Virgin, Blackground Entertainment, Blackground Entertainment||VUSCDF167, 7243 8 96835 2 3, 7243 8 96835 2 6||UK & Europe||2000|
|DPRO7087 / SPRO8087||Aaliyah||Try Again (CDr, Promo)||Virgin||DPRO7087 / SPRO8087||Europe||Unknown|
|none||Aaliyah||Try Again (CD, Single, Promo, Car)||Virgin||none||Spain||2000|
|8968354||Aaliyah||Try Again (Cass, Single)||Blackground Entertainment, Virgin||8968354||2000|
|none||Aaliyah||Try Again (CDr, Single, Promo)||Not On Label||none||US||2000|
It was written by Static Major and Timothy Mosley, and produced by Timbaland. The song was released on February 22, 2000, as the lead single for the soundtrack to the film Romeo Must Die, and was later included on international pressings of the singer's self-titled album.
Produced by Timbaland. It's been a long time, we shouldn't have left you Without a dope beat to step to Step to, step to, step to, step to Step to, step to, freaky-freaky It's been a long time, we shouldn't have left you Without a dope beat to step to Step to, step to, step to, step to Step. to, step to, freaky-freaky. The lead single of the soundtrack to the 2000 action film Romeo Must Die, later released as the 15th track of Aaliyah’s 2001 self-titled album.
Album: Romeo Must Die soundtrack (2000). Charted: 5 1. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. This was featured in the movie Romeo Must Die. Aaliyah stared in the movie opposite Jet Li. It was her first film role, and a promising start to her acting career. Unfortunately, Aaliyah appeared in just one more movie: Queen of the Damned, which was released after her death. Timbaland produced this song and wrote it with Stephen Garrett; the pair had previously collaborated on the Ginuwine song "Pony" and on Aaliyah's first hit "Are You That Somebody?," which was used on the Dr. Dolittle soundtrack.
Label: Blackground Entertainment – 7243 8 38722 1 3, Blackground Entertainment – Y-38722. B1: Remix produced for Best Kept Secrets Ent. Recorded at Reel Tyme Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CA. From the Romeo Must Die Album. P) & (C) 2000 Blackground Records LLC. Manufactured by Virgin Records America, Inc. Printed in the USA.
The song was written by Static Major and Tim Mosley (Timbaland) and produced by Tim Mosley. It was the second single released from the Romeo Must Die soundtrack and written for the motion picture of the same name.