|"Not a Sinner nor a Saint"|
|Single by Alcazar|
|from the album Alcazarized|
|Label||BMG, RCA Records|
|Songwriter(s)||Lotta Ahlin (l), Tommy Lydell (m), Bobby Ljunggren (m)|
|Alcazar singles chronology|
"Not a Sinner nor a Saint" is a eurodance song performed by Swedish band Alcazar. [ citation needed ]This was the first single to give a preview of the forthcoming album Alcazarized, but was only released in Sweden. Nevertheless, the song was added at radio stations around Europe. It is also the most played song of Alcazar in the United States.
In spring 2003, Alcazar entered the Swedish pre-selections for the Eurovision Song Contest. They ended up in third place. The single reached number 1 at the single sales chart, the Swedish Airplay List, "Tracks" and it is Alcazar's biggest hit in Sweden to date.[ citation needed ]
The single was released in a cardboard sleeve with an ultra glossy coating. Due to high public demand, some of the pressings did not get the glossy finish.[ citation needed ]
These are the formats and track listings of promotional single releases of "Not a Sinner nor a Saint".
|Swedish Singles Chart||1|
|European Airplay Chart[ citation needed ]||21|
|US Dance Airplay Chart[ citation needed ]||3|
|Latvian Airplay Top 40||36|
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