|Studio album by|
|Released||20 March 2006|
|Singles from Finally|
Finally is the debut studio album by Swedish singer Velvet first released on March 20, 2006 on Bonnier Amigo. Finally peaked at #46 in the Swedish charts and dropped off the chart after just one week.
|Sweden||20 March 2006|
|Europe||27 August 2007|
|2005||"Rock Down To (Electric Avenue)"||6||6||6|
|2006||"Don’t Stop Moving"||8||—||46|
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