Forever Young contains the credit: "Comfort by Wolfgang Neuhaus." After Frank Mertens quit, Wolfgang Neuhaus would become a member of the band, going by the stage name Ricky Echolette.
Alphaville's Catching Rays on Giant and Romy Haag's Moving On, which were released within a month of each other, both feature cover art of the singer holding a mask of their own face in their right hand. Not long after, Marian Gold and Romy Haag released a duet, "Love Will Find a Way."
Sweet Dreams Fuel: If you don't love "Forever Young" for being the quintessential cheesy 80s ballad, you probably love it for it for it's dreamy, etherial synths and unapologetically romantic lyrics.
Hilarious in Hindsight: Beeps and other electronic noises are scattered piecemeal throughout the film. In one chase scene near the end, while Lemmy is driving backwards to escape his pursuers, it sounds like he's using a backup beeper.BEEP The backup beeper was invented in Japan in 1963, so it likely wasn't in widespread use in France when Alphaville was released in 1965.