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  1. The single came out in June , four months after the original deadline that was pushed because of Enya’s busy promotion schedule. Some countries subsequently included ‘Storms in Africa (Part II)’ as the last track on ‘Watermark.’ Most returned back to the original format but the US and a few others still keep the extra track. Single.
  2. The original release from WEA Records is eleven tracks long. The Reprise Records (U.S.) version is twelve tracks long with the extra track "Storms in Africa II".Some later reissues of Watermark once again omit this track.. The track "Storms in Africa II" is a faster tempo remix of "Storms in Africa" with an English lyrics replacing the original Irish ones.
  3. Enya ‎– Storms In Africa Label: WEA ‎– YZCDX, WEA ‎– , WEA ‎– YZ CD X, WEA ‎– /5(5).
  4. Listen to Storms In Africa II by Enya. Join Napster and play your favorite music offline.
  5. Album · · 16 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Sign In Paint the Sky With Stars - The Best of Enya Enya Pop · Preview SONG TIME Orinoco Flow. 1. PREVIEW Caribbean Blue. 2. Storms In Africa.
  6. Enya - Watermark Album Lyrics; 1. Cursum Perficio Lyrics: 2. The Longships - Remastered Version Lyrics: 3. Storms In Africa [Part II] - Remastered Version Lyrics: 4. Storms in Africa, Pt. 2 Lyrics: 5. Orinoco Flow Lyrics: 6. Evening Falls Lyrics: 7. Evening Falls.. Lyrics: 8. Storms In Africa (Pt. 2) Lyrics: 9. Storms in Africa.
  7. "Storms in Africa" is a song by the Irish singer, songwriter and musician Enya recorded for her second studio album Watermark (). A rearranged version with English lyrics called "Storms in Africa (Part II)" was included in some later pressings of Watermark, and released as a single in June, that reached number 41 on the UK Singles Chart.
  8. Editors’ Notes A professional musician for nearly a decade before this album was released in , the multi-platinum Watermark is the recording that made Enya an international sensation. A native of Ireland, her true musical inspiration lies with her Celtic roots, and though she may have been branded the quintessential New Age vocalist in the U.S., that’s a simplification of her style and.

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