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|Compilation album by|
|Released||August 25, 2004|
|Genre||Pop, dance, electronica|
|Singles from Dancefloor Deluxe|
Dancefloor Deluxe is the third album and the first compilation album by Swedish eurodance group Alcazar. It was released in Sweden on August 25, 2004.
|1.||"This Is the World We Live In"||A. Banks, A. Bhagavan, B.H. Edwards, M. Rutherford, Nile Rodgers, P. Collins, N. Von der Burg||3:35|
|2.||"Physical"||A. Bhagavan, G. Chandler, J. Chambers, J. Helms, L. Henshall, N. Von der Burg||3:29|
|3.||"Start the Fire"||Billy Joel, Ken Gold, Michael Denne||3:17|
|4.||"Love Life"||Chris Lowe, Neil Tennant||3:54|
|5.||"Someday" (Unreleased Single Mix)||J. Kinde, Orup, S. Olsson||4:27|
|6.||"Ménage à Trois"||G. Samuelsson, L. Robbins, M. Lundh, Q. Starkie||3:49|
|7.||"Not a Sinner Nor a Saint"||B. Ljunggren, L. Ahlin, T. Lydell||3:02|
|8.||"Don't You Want Me" (Almighty Radio Edit)||Francis wright, Jo Callis, Philip Oakey||3:28|
|9.||"Sexual Guarantee"||Alexander Bard, Anders Hansson, Bernard Edwards, Johan Strandkvist, Nile Rodgers||3:35|
|10.||"Ritmo Del Amor" (Radio Edit)||Alexander Bard, Anders Wollbeck||3:19|
|11.||"Crying at the Discoteque"||Alexander bard, Anders Hansson, Anders Wollbeck, Bernard Edwards, Michael Goulos, Nile Rodgers||3:52|
|12.||"Shine On"||Alexander Bard, Anders Hansson||3:32|
|1.||"Intro / Dancefoor Deluxe"||0:49|
|2.||"This is the world we live in" (Soundfactory Club Anthem)||A. Banks, A. Bhagavan, B.H. Edwards, M. Rutherford, Nile Rodgers, P. Collins, N. Von der Burg||3:48|
|3.||"Start the Fire" (Original Version)||Billy Joel, Ken Gold, Michael Denne||3:37|
|4.||"Sexual Guarantee" (Almighty Remix)||Alexander Bard, Anders Hansson, Bernard Edwards, Johan Strandkvist, Nile Rodgers||3:30|
|5.||"Paradise" (FL's Reinvention Club Mix)||Alexander Bard, Anders Hansson, Clayton, Johan Strandkvist, Sigidi||3:14|
|6.||"Someday" (Studio 54 Revival Remix)||J. Kinde, Orup, S. Olsson||3:55|
|7.||"Mènage à trois" (J. Pipe Smooth Club Edit)||G. Samuelsson, L. Robbins, M. Lundh, Q. Starkie||3:56|
|8.||"Shine On" (Suezia Remix Radio Edit)||Alexander Bard, Anders Hansson||2:51|
|9.||"Don't You Want Me" (Wild Cowboys Blonde Radio Mix)||Francis wright, Jo Callis, Philip Oakey||4:23|
|10.||"Physical" (Original Version)||A. Bhagavan, G. Chandler, J. Chambers, J. Helms, L. Henshall, N. Von der Burg||3:26|
|11.||"Not a Sinner, Nor a Saint" (Disco Club Mix)||B. Ljunggren, L. Ahlin, T. Lydell||3:45|
|12.||"Save My Pride" (Original Edit)||Alexander Bard, Anders Hansson,Johan Strandkvist||3:51|
|13.||"Dance with the DJ" (Original Edit)||Anders Hansson, Zero Th!nk-ink||3:05|
|14.||"Love Life" (FL's Rebirth Club Mix)||Chris Lowe, Neil Tennant||4:01|
|15.||"Crying at the Discoteque" (Special Extended Show Version)||Alexander Bard, Anders Hansson, Anders Wollbeck, Bernard Edwards, Michael Goulos, Nile Rodgers||4:42|
|1.||"This Is the World We Live In"||A. Banks, A. Bhagavan, B.H. Edwards, M. Rutherford, Nile Rodgers, P. Collins, N. Von der Burg||03:35|
|3.||"Physical"||A. Bhagavan, G. Chandler, J. Chambers, J. Helms, L. Henshall, N. Von der Burg||3:30|
|4.||"Here I Am" (English Single Version)||J. Röhr, M. Sandén||4:40|
|5.||"Start the Fire" (Unreleased)||Billy Joel, Ken Gold, Michael Denne||3:17|
|6.||"Love Life"||Chris Lowe, Neil Tennant||3:54|
|7.||"Someday" (Unreleased Single Mix)||J. Kinde, Orup, S. Olsson||4:28|
|8.||"Ménage à Trois"||G. Samuelson, M. Lundh, Q. Starkie. L. Robbins||3:49|
|9.||"Not a Sinner Nor a Saint"||B. Ljunggren, L. Ahlin, T. Lydell||3:02|
|10.||"Don't You Want Me" (Almighty Radio Edit)||Francis wright, Jo Callis, Philip Oakey||3:28|
|11.||"Sexual Guarantee"||Alexander Bard, Anders Hansson, Bernard Edwards, Johan Strandkvist, Nile Rodgers||3:35|
|12.||"Ritmo Del Amor" (Radio edit)||Alexander Bard, Anders Wollbeck||3:19|
|13.||"Crying at the Discoteque"||Alexander bard, Anders Hansson, Anders Wollbeck, Bernard Edwards, Michael Goulos, Nile Rodgers||3:52|
|14.||"Shine On"||Alexander Bard, Anders Hansson||3:33|
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