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Wie Weit/How Far/En Vie

"Wie Weit / How Far / En Vie"
Single by Apocalyptica featuring Marta Jandová or Manu
from the album Apocalyptica
Released February 14, 2005
February 23, 2005
Format CD
Genre Cello metal
Alternative metal
Length 13:59
Label (UMG)
Apocalyptica singles chronology
"Bittersweet"
(2004)
"Wie Weit/How Far/En Vie"
(2005)
"Life Burns!"
(2005)

"Wie Weit/How Far/En Vie/Quutamo" is a single by Apocalyptica, featuring Marta Jandová and Manu (Emmanuelle Monet). It was first released under the title of "Wie Weit" on February 14, 2005, then again under the title of "How Far" on February 23, 2005. Each version had a different song line up.

All three songs are based on 'Quutamo', each time added with singing in a different language.

It was used as soundtrack in the "Death Zone" video made by the FOB Ramrod 'kill team'.[1]

Track list (Wie Weit)

  1. Wie Weit (feat. Marta Jandová) 3:27
  2. Quutamo 3:26
  3. How Far (feat. Marta Jandová) 3:27
  4. En Vie (feat. Manu) 3:28
  5. Apocalyptica Player Software

Track list (How Far)

  1. How Far (feat. Marta Jandová) 3:27
  2. Quutamo 3:26
  3. En Vie (feat. Manu) 3:28
  4. Wie Weit (feat. Marta Jandová) 3:27
  1. ^ Mark Boal (27 March 2011). "Death Zone". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2011-04-09. 


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