Welcome to the Dance is the fifth regular studio album by all-female German pop group No Angels, released by Polydor and Universal Music Domestic throughout German-speaking Europe on September 11, 2009. The band's second post-reunion effort following their reformation as a quartet in 2007, it was written, produced and recorded in Berlin, Los Angeles, and New York between the years of 2008 and 2009, featuring production by Nasri, Hakim Bell, Bill Blast, Adam Messinger, and Aaron Pearce, among others.

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  • Welcome to the Dance (englisch für Willkommen beim Tanz) ist das fünfte Studioalbum der deutschen Popband No Angels. Es erschien am 11. September 2009 unter den Labels Polydor und Universal Music Domestic und enthält unter anderem Produktionen von Nasri Atweh, Adam Messinger und Aaron Pearce. Die Platte erreichte Platz 26 der deutschen Media Control-Albumcharts und war somit auch die erste Platte der Band, die es nicht in die Top Ten der deutschen Albumcharts schaffte. Insgesamt verkaufte sich das Album über 10.000 mal. (de)
  • Welcome to the Dance è un album del gruppo pop tedesco No Angels, pubblicato nel 2009 (it)
  • Welcome to the Dance to piąty studyjny album niemieckiego zespołu No Angels. Album został nagrywany w Berlinie, Los Angeles i Nowym Jorku. Premiera albumu odbyła się 11 września w krajach niemieckojęzycznych. 7 września poprzez serwis aol.de do internetu wyciekł cały album. Przez pomyłkę serwisu album można było kupić już 7 września. O całej sytuacji został poinformowany manager zespołu Khalid'a Schröder i album został szybko usunięty z serwisu. (pl)
  • Welcome to the Dance is the fifth regular studio album by all-female German pop group No Angels, released by Polydor and Universal Music Domestic throughout German-speaking Europe on September 11, 2009. The band's second post-reunion effort following their reformation as a quartet in 2007, it was written, produced and recorded in Berlin, Los Angeles, and New York between the years of 2008 and 2009, featuring production by Nasri, Hakim Bell, Bill Blast, Adam Messinger, and Aaron Pearce, among others. After releasing lukewarm-received comeback album Destiny (2007) and their performance at the ESC 2008, the band collaborated with a range of American and Canadian producers and songwriters on the album. Pursuing a new musical direction, Welcome to the Dance took the group's work further into the dance and electronic genre, introducing a more international sound. However, upon release, the album received generally mixed reviews by critics, who criticized the band for their missing individuality. Commercially, the album underperformed, becoming the group's lowest-charting and -selling effort to date. In Germany, it debuted and peaked at number twenty-six, becoming the band's first regular album neither to reach the top ten nor the top twenty. The album's leading track "One Life," still made it to the top twenty on the German Singles Chart. A second single, titled "Derailed," was actually scheduled for a November 27 released but scrapped for unknown reasons. (en)
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  • Welcome to the Dance (englisch für Willkommen beim Tanz) ist das fünfte Studioalbum der deutschen Popband No Angels. Es erschien am 11. September 2009 unter den Labels Polydor und Universal Music Domestic und enthält unter anderem Produktionen von Nasri Atweh, Adam Messinger und Aaron Pearce. Die Platte erreichte Platz 26 der deutschen Media Control-Albumcharts und war somit auch die erste Platte der Band, die es nicht in die Top Ten der deutschen Albumcharts schaffte. Insgesamt verkaufte sich das Album über 10.000 mal. (de)
  • Welcome to the Dance è un album del gruppo pop tedesco No Angels, pubblicato nel 2009 (it)
  • Welcome to the Dance to piąty studyjny album niemieckiego zespołu No Angels. Album został nagrywany w Berlinie, Los Angeles i Nowym Jorku. Premiera albumu odbyła się 11 września w krajach niemieckojęzycznych. 7 września poprzez serwis aol.de do internetu wyciekł cały album. Przez pomyłkę serwisu album można było kupić już 7 września. O całej sytuacji został poinformowany manager zespołu Khalid'a Schröder i album został szybko usunięty z serwisu. (pl)
  • Welcome to the Dance is the fifth regular studio album by all-female German pop group No Angels, released by Polydor and Universal Music Domestic throughout German-speaking Europe on September 11, 2009. The band's second post-reunion effort following their reformation as a quartet in 2007, it was written, produced and recorded in Berlin, Los Angeles, and New York between the years of 2008 and 2009, featuring production by Nasri, Hakim Bell, Bill Blast, Adam Messinger, and Aaron Pearce, among others. (en)
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