Alcazarized

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Alcazarized
Alcazarized Alcazar.jpg
Studio album by
Released Flag of Sweden.svg May 6, 2003
Flag of Europe.svg August 2, 2004 (Re-Issue)
Flag of Japan.svg October 20, 2004 (Re-Issue)
Recorded2002/2003
Genre Eurodance, Europop
Length1:02:47 (Excluding pregap track.)
Label BMG, RCA Records
Alcazar chronology
Casino
(2000)
Alcazarized
(2003)
Dancefloor Deluxe
(2004)
Singles from Alcazarized
  1. "Not a Sinner Nor a Saint"
    Released: March 8, 2003
  2. "Ménage à Trois"
    Released: June 26, 2003
  3. "Someday"
    Released: June 3, 2003
  4. "Love Life"
    Released: May 15, 2003
  5. "This Is the World We Live In"
    Released: August 10, 2003
  6. "Physical"
    Released: October 18, 2004

Alcazarized is Alcazar's second studio album. It was released in Scandinavian, European and Japanese editions, each with a slightly different track listing. The track listings below are for the Scandinavian and European editions.

Contents

Track list

Scandinavian Edition
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Dance with the DJ" (Hidden track)Anders Hansson, Zero Th!nk-ink4:06
2."I Love the DJ"G. Samuelson, M. Lundh, Q. Starkie3:33
3."Celebrate the Night"Andreas Lundstedt, Anders Wollbeck, M. Lindblom3:51
4."Ménage à Trois"G. Samuelson, M. Lundh, Q. Starkie. L. Robbins3:50
5."Dancefloor Docusoap" 3:28
6."Not a Sinner, Nor a Saint"B. Ljunggren, L. Ahlin, T. Lydell3:02
7."Funky Feet"Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus3:34
8."I Go Shopping"Alexander Bard/Anders Hansson/B.H. Edwards/F. Jacobson/Johan Strandkvist/Nile Rodgers3:31
9."Last Days of Disco"J. Kinde, Orup, S. Olsson4:23
10."Chemistry" 3:28
11."Love Life"Chris Lowe, Neil Tennant3:53
12."Wonderland"Thomas "Orup" Ericsson4:47
13."Singing to Heaven" 3:31
14."Here I Am"J. Röhr, M. Sandén4:48
15."Someday"J. Kinde, Orup, S. Olsson4:07
16."Save My Pride" (Hidden track)Alexander Bard, Anders Hansson, Johan Strandkvist4:30
Total length:01:02:32
European Edition
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."This Is the World We Live In"A. Banks, A. Bhagavan, B.H. Edwards, M. Rutherford, Nile Rodgers, P. Collins, N. Von der Burg3:36
2."I Love the Dj"G. Samuelson, M. Lundh, Q. Starkie3:33
3."Physical"A. Bhagavan, G. Chandler, J. Chambers, J. Helms, L. Henshall, N. Von der Burg3:31
4."Love Life"Chris Lowe, Neil Tennant3:55
5."Not a Sinner, Nor a Saint"B. Ljunggren, L. Ahlin, T. Lydell3:02
6."Funky Feet"Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus3:34
7."I Go Shopping"Alexander Bard, Anders Hansson, B.H. Edwards, F. Jacobson, Johan Strandkvist, Nile Rodgers3:31
8."Last Days of Disco"J. Kinde, Orup, S. Olsson4:23
9."Celebrate the Night"A. Lundstedt, A. Wollbeck, M. Lindblom3:52
10."Singing to Heaven"Alexander Bard, Anders Hansson, Johan Strandkvist3:32
11."Someday"J. Kinde, Orup, S. Olsson4:07
12."Crying at the Discoteque" (Bonus track)Alexander Bard, Anders Hansson, Anders Wollbeck, Bernard Edwards, Michael Goulos, Nile Rodgers3:54
13."Here I am" (Hidden track)J. Röhr, M. Sandén4:49
Total length:49:27
Japan Edition
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
12."Start the Fire"Billy Joel, Ken Gold, Michael Denne3:18
13."Chemistry"Aleena Gibson, Anders Wollbeck, Mattias Lindbom3:28
14."Wonderland"Thomas "Orup" Ericsson4:47
15."Crying at the Discoteque" (Bonus track)Alexander Bard, Anders Hansson, Anders Wollbeck, Bernard Edwards, Michael Goulos, Nile Rodgers3:54
16."Here I Am" (Hidden track)J. Röhr, M. Sandén4:49
Total length:61:02

Charts

Chart (2003–2004)Peak
position
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders) [1] 95
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100) [2] 46
Swedish Albums (Sverigetopplistan) [3] 2
Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade) [4] 43

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