The Spanish word "Aqui" is translated into the English language as the word "Here". AnswerParty!
"Love Ain't Here Anymore" is a song by boyband Take That. Released on 17 May 1994, it was the sixth and final single taken from Take That's second album Everything Changes. It peaked at number three in the UK Singles Chart, ending their string of consecutive number-one singles. It failed to overtake Wet Wet Wet's cover of "Love Is All Around" at number one, and American R&B group, All-4-One, who reached number two with "I Swear". The song was re-recorded for release in the United States and included on their first Greatest Hits compilation in 1996. A Spanish version of the song, "No Si Aqui No Hay Amor", was recorded and entered the Spanish charts at number two. It appears as a B-side to the single, "Sure". The song has received a Silver sales status certification for sales of over 200,000 copies in the UK.
The music video shows the band performing the song in what appears to be a recording studio. Lighting effects are used to make the video more complex and appealing showing silohuettes of the band.
Nace Aqui (Spanish for "Born Here") is the eighth studio album recorded by Puerto Rican salsa singer Gilberto Santa Rosa released on August 6, 1993.
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