|Single by Alcazar|
|Label||RCA Records, BMG|
|Songwriter(s)||Johan Fransson, Anders Hansson, Tim Larsson, Tobias Lundgren, Niklas Edberger|
|Alcazar singles chronology|
Alternate single cover
"Alcastar" was Alcazar's second attempt at Melodifestivalen success. It made it to the final via Andra chansen, where it came 3rd. Upon release, the single shot straight to #1.
It Contains mixes by The Attic, Club Junkies and Soundfactory.
|Swedish Singles Chart||1|
|Finnish Dance Chart||29[ citation needed ]|
|European Hot 100 Singles||87|
|US Dance Airplay Chart||6[ citation needed ]|
Alcazar is a Swedish nu-disco group. Alcazar is one of Sweden's most successful music groups both nationally and internationally with a string of hits since their debut single in 1999. Worldwide, Alcazar sold over 12 million records between 2001 and 2004. Alcazar also had success globally with their song "Crying at the Discoteque", having charted in USA, Brazil, Australia, Japan and most countries in Europe.
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Diana Extended: The Remixes is a remix album released by American soul singer Diana Ross in 1994. The album includes six tracks that were reworked by some of the biggest names in the industry at the time, covering Ross' career as a solo artist and as a member of The Supremes, with Frankie Knuckles updating "Someday We'll Be Together" from 1969. The album also contains a remix of "Chain Reaction", originally released during Ross' time at RCA. The seventh track is "You're Gonna Love It", a track from the album The Force Behind the Power. The version on Diana Extended: The Remixes is a short remix available previously on a 12" single.
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