Song sung in the most languages (Billboard Charts)
Liquid Blue
United States (San Diego)
The song sung in the most languages that charted on the US Billboard Hot Dance Singles Chart is "Earth Passport" by Liquid Blue (USA). The song is sung in nine different languages and is positioned at number three in the US Billboard Hot Dance Singles Charts, as of 10 October 2010. The single was released on 1st June 2010 and is part of their album, also called "Earth Passport". "Earth Passport" is the title track of Liquid Blue’s new release. Produced by Robin DiMaggio (David Bowie, Paul Simon) and mixed by Mark Needham (The Killers, Chris Isaak) and Joe Chiccarelli (six-time Grammy winner), the song was written with a "one-world" perspective from a band that has travelled to over 100 countries. The United Nations has invited Liquid Blue to perform their new single at the UN Headquarters General Assembly in New York City, this October, 2010. The song is sung in nine languages including all six official UN languages (languages are English, Arabic, Hindi, Chinese, French, Tagalog, German, Spanish and Russian) and has been dedicated to the US Department of Peace. It will also be featured on the upcoming “Earthsong Anthology”. Earth Passport was a Finalist in the Peacedriven Songwriting Awards in 2009 and was nominated in the World Category at the 2009 Hollywood Music in Media Awards. With a driving dance beat and heavy bass line, Earth Passport is harder-hitting than previous releases and suits itself to the genres of World and Dance. The CD includes 12 different remixes of the song created by some of the biggest names today, Luigi Gonzalez, Bit Error, and WAWA.