|Single by Ola Svensson|
|from the album ' Good Enough - The Feelgood Edition'|
|Ola Svensson singles chronology|
Feelgood is a Swedish English language hit by Ola Svensson in 2008 appearing on his album Good Enough - The Feelgood Edition
The song reached number two on the Swedish Singles Chart on the chart dated 4 September 2008. The single went on to sell in excess of 40,000 copies domestically, and was certified 2× platinum by IFPI.
Dr. Feelgood is the fifth studio album by American heavy metal band Mötley Crüe, released on September 1, 1989. Dr. Feelgood topped the Billboard 200 chart, making it the band's only album to claim this position as of 2020. It was the first album Mötley Crüe recorded after their quest for sobriety and rehabilitation in 1989. In addition to being Mötley Crüe's best selling album, it is highly regarded by music critics and fans as the band's best studio album. This was also the band's last album to be recorded with lead singer Vince Neil until the 1997 album Generation Swine.
The Ark was a Swedish glam rock band formed in 1991 and remaining active until 2011. They released five studio albums and became one of the most successful bands in Scandinavia. They made their breakthrough with the song It Takes a Fool to Remain Sane in 2000, and several hit songs followed.
"Joyride" is a song by the Swedish pop duo Roxette. Written by Per Gessle, it was released as the lead single from their third studio album, Joyride (1991), the follow-up to the duo's highly successful second studio album, Look Sharp! (1988). It became one of Roxette's biggest hits, and was one of the most successful singles of 1991, topping multiple record charts across Europe, as well as in Australia, Canada, and the United States.
"Sweet Dreams " is a song recorded by the German Eurodance duo La Bouche. It was originally released in March 1994 as the lead single from their album of the same name. The song was released in North America in November 1995. It reached number-one in both Italy and on the Canadian dance chart, and peaked at number 17 on the Eurochart Hot 100. In the United States, the song reached number 13, and in Australia, it peaked at number 8 and was certified Gold by ARIA.
"The Real Thing" is a 1994 song recorded by Dutch Eurodance band 2 Unlimited. It was released as the first single from their third album, Real Things. The single scored chart success in many European countries topping the charts in Finland and the Netherlands while peaking at number 2 in Denmark, Sweden, Belgium and Switzerland. It also was a top 10 hit in Austria, France, Italy, Germany, Norway, Scotland, Spain and the UK. "The Real Thing" entered the Eurochart Hot 100 May 28, 1994 at 30 and peaked at number-one three weeks later. Outside Europe, the song reached number 2 in Israel and number 39 in Australia.
"Rain" is the second song released by Australian Idol series two runner-up Anthony Callea, and features on his self-titled debut album Anthony Callea (2005). It was released as a double A-side set features the song plus his recording of Simon & Garfunkel's song "Bridge over Troubled Water", which he performed on Australian Idol.
"Feelgood Lies" is a song by all-female German pop band No Angels. It was written by Pelle Ankarberg, Charlie Dore, Niclas Molinder, Maryann Morgan and Joacim Persson for the group's third studio album Pure (2003), while production was helmed by Molinder and Persson under their production moniker Twin, with Ankarberg serving as co-producer. A dark urban dance pop song that is built upon a heavy guitar riff and uplifting strings, the subjects of "Feelgood Lies" are revenge and karma. Not wanting to feel broken-hearted, the female protagonist warns a love interest to check his alibis.
Ola Nils Håkan Svensson in Lund, Skåne, professionally known simply as Brother Leo, is a Swedish artist and songwriter. Until 2014, he was best known by his mononym Ola. His career began on Swedish Idol in 2005; however since coming 8th, Ola has released four albums. Eleven of his releases have reached Top 5, with 6 making it to number one on the Swedish singles chart, attaining gold and platinum certification. After being signed to Universal Music for many years, Ola founded his own record label Oliniho Records for the Swedish market, keeping distribution arrangements with Sony Music in Europe and internationally. Starting 2018, he records under the stage name of Brother Leo for Columbia Records.
"The Worrying Kind" is a rock song performed by The Ark, written and composed by Ola Salo. It was released as the second single of their fourth album, Prayer for the Weekend. On March 10, 2007 the song won Melodifestivalen 2007 and therefore became Sweden's Eurovision Song Contest 2007 entry. The song won both the jury and public vote.
This article features the discography of Greek pop, rock, R&B, and dance musician Sakis Rouvas, which includes twelve studio albums, two live albums, and a total of six compilation albums: two greatest hits albums, one remix compilation album, one ballad compilation, and two box set albums. Furthermore, are three EPs and 12 singles, as well as six albums that contain video. For video releases, see Sakis Rouvas videography.
Good Enough is the second studio album by Swedish pop singer Ola. The album originally debuted and peaked at number six on the Swedish Albums Chart, however it reached a new peak at number 2 when the album was re-released with a new track listing in 2008.
"Dream On" is an electronica song written by Christian Falk, Robyn, and Klas Åhlund. The song is produced and performed by Falk, with vocals from Robyn and The Ark's Ola Salo. The song appears on Falk's 2006 album People Say and was released as a single in Sweden, and in 2008, it was released in the United Kingdom.
"Milk and Alcohol" is a song by the band Dr. Feelgood, that reached number nine in the UK Singles Chart in 1979. Written by Nick Lowe and Gypie Mayo, and produced by Richard Gottehrer, the song was Dr. Feelgood's biggest hit and continues to be played by the band.
"As Long as the Price Is Right" is a song by the band Dr. Feelgood. From a live recording made in 1979 it appeared on their live album, As It Happens, which was released in May that year. It was recorded at 'The Town House Studios'.
Feelgood may refer to:
"Natalie" is a Swedish English language song written by Tony Nilsson which he released in 2006 under the name Tony. It was also included in the compilation Absolute Summerhits 2006.
S.O.S. is a Swedish English language hit by Swedish singer Ola Svensson. It was written by Tony Nilsson and appears on Svensson's second studio album, Good Enough. It also appears on Good Enough - The Feelgood Edition. The hit credited to just Ola was a number one hit on the Swedish Singles Chart on the chart dated 22 November 2007, staying a total of 16 weeks on the chart, including 6 weeks in the Top 5. The single was certified Gold by the IFPI, selling over 10 000 copies.
"Love in Stero" is a Swedish English language song co-written by Tony Nilsson and Mirja Breitholtz and sung by Swedish singer Ola Svensson during Melodifestivalen in the 2008 series. The song also appears on Good Enough - The Feelgood Edition, the re-release of the singer's sophomore studio album. The song was first performed on 16 February 2008 in Västerås and then in Kiruna in the second chance round, but did not make it to the finals. Although the song did not make it to the finals of Melodifestivalen 2008, it still proved popular on the Swedish Singles Chart, peaking at number two. The single was certified Gold in Sweden, in recognition of 10,000 copies sold.
"Overdrive" is an English language song by Swedish singer Ola, full name Ola Svensson, that reached the top of the Swedish Singles Chart. It was released through Universal Records.
"We Are One " is a song recorded by Cuban-American rapper Pitbull for One Love, One Rhythm – The 2014 FIFA World Cup Official Album (2014). It is the official song of the 2014 FIFA World Cup and features guest vocals from American singer Jennifer Lopez and Brazilian singer Claudia Leitte. The artists co-wrote the song with Sia, RedOne, Danny Mercer, Dr. Luke, Cirkut, and Thomas Troelsen; the latter three are also the producers.