Submitted by Robert Knight on Wed, 07/13/2016 - 16:42

David's 6th studio album, titled "Everybody Sunshine" was released in 1992 by Ariola/White Records. This album would be a departure from the style that we were used to from David's previous albums. It would also mark his final album produced by Jack White. There were 3 singles released from this album, as well as a number of tracks that David would go on to perform live throughout the world.

The title track "Everybody Sunshine", which would go on to become the Official Song of the 1993 International Youth Games, is feel good song, that David still performs live to this day. "The Girl Forever", the albums second single, has also been performed by David in concert, and on television. The album version is also a completely different studio recording than the single release. This song in particular, as well as a host of others from this album have a country theme. David adapts easily into the country genre and carries this song, as well as the album as a whole, beautifully.

The album does feature some ballads that are Hofftastic as well. The Laura Branigan cover "Foolish Lullaby", and "You're All I Want" are also 2 memorable tracks from this one. A standout to me, and my favorite song from David to this very day is the country style ballad "Somewhere In A Dream". Many of David's fans around the world share the same feeling on this tune, and are hoping to see it make a resurgence down the line.

With 12 tracks, including a remix of "Is Everybody Happy", this one is a must own for Hoff fans. It was originally released on LP, CD, and cassette.