|Studio album by|
|Released||5 October 2007|
Good Enough - The Feelgood Edition
|Singles from Good Enough|
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.
|Swedish Albums (Sverigetopplistan)||6|
Following Ola's participation in Melodifestivalen 2008, with the song "Love in Stereo", the album was re-released as Good Enough - The Feelgood Edition. Consisting of his Melodifestivalen entry, as well as the follow up single "Feelgood" and a few remixes, the album re-entered the Swedish Albums Chart and reached a new peak position at number two.
|Swedish Albums (Sverigetopplistan)||2|
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