|Single by Ola Svensson|
|from the album Good Enough|
|Ola Svensson singles chronology|
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.
The Cardigans are a Swedish rock band formed in Jönköping, Sweden, in 1992 by guitarist Peter Svensson, bassist Magnus Sveningsson, drummer Bengt Lagerberg, keyboardist Lars-Olof Johansson and lead singer Nina Persson. Post-hiatus shows since 2012 have been with Oskar Humlebo on guitar instead of Svensson.
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.
"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.
Idol is a Swedish reality-competition talent show broadcast on TV4. It first appeared in August 2004, and became one of the most popular shows on Swedish television. Part of the Idols franchise, it originated from the reality program Pop Idol created by British entertainment executive Simon Fuller, which was first aired in 2001 in the United Kingdom.
"Colorado" was the Dutch entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1979, performed in Dutch by the six-piece group Xandra, fronted by Sandra Reemer.
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.
"You Are the Music in Me" is the second single released in the UK from the Disney Channel Original Movie, High School Musical 2.
"My Favourite Game" is an alternative rock song written by Peter Svensson and Nina Persson for The Cardigans' 1998 album Gran Turismo. The song is the album's eighth track, and was released as its first single. Lyrically, its about a failing relationship and the attempt made to better the significant other or save people from themselves. "My Favourite Game" found minor international success, reaching number three in Sweden and number 14 in the UK. It also charted within the top 40 in several European countries and New Zealand. While it failed to chart on the US Billboard Hot 100 and its radio counterpart, it peaked at number 16 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart.
"Brothers" is the second song released by Swedish singer Ola Svensson. Although the song was promoted as a charity song, it is dedicated partly to Ola's two brothers originally from El Salvador, Jonas and Daniel, who are his elders and were adopted by the Svenssons before Ola was born. The lyrics deal in part with his relationship with his older brothers with the official music video carrying footage of their childhood together. The song was included on his debut album Given to Fly and, following the success of his first single "Rain", managed to peak at number four on the Swedish Singles Chart.
Star Pilots is a Swedish pop group with Johan Becker, a contestant on Swedish television show Fame Factory and former member of the Swedish duo The Wallstones as lead singer.
Unstoppable, full title "Unstoppable " is a Swedish English language hit sung by the Swedish singer Ola Svensson and was recorded in 2010. Lyrics and music were written by Dimitri Stassos, Alexander Kronlund, Hanif Sabzevari and Svensson himself. Svensson participated in the Swedish Melodifestivalen 2010 with "Unstoppable" and finished first in the first semi-final in Örnsköldsvik on February 6, 2010. The song was qualified for the final in Stockholm. Svensson took part in the Melodifestivalen final on Saturday, March 13, 2010 at Globe Arena in Stockholm, in a bid to represent Sweden in Eurovision Song Contest 2010, held in Oslo, Norway. He came at 7th place overall with a total of 47 points, but receiving two sets of 12 points from the Serbian & Irish juries.
"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.
Tony Nilsson is a Swedish singer-songwriter. He is signed to Peermusic. A prolific composer of songs, he has contributed to a string of hits by well-known Swedish artists. Many of his songs have featured in Melodifestivalen and in the Swedish Singles Chart. Nilsson lives with artist and fellow songwriter Mirja Breitholtz.
"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.
Feelgood is a Swedish English language hit by Ola Svensson in 2008 appearing on his album Good Enough - The Feelgood Edition
"Sky's the Limit" is a Swedish 2009 English language song by Ola Svensson that reached number one on the Swedish Singles Chart on 10 July 2009, where it stayed for one week.
Mohamed Ahmed Ali is a Danish singer of mixed Egyptian and Iraqi origin.
"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.
"I'm in Love" is an English language song by Swedish singer Ola Svensson and his first international hit with his major success in the Italian Singles Chart reaching number four, in addition to appearing in the German and Australian Singles Charts. The song was co-written by Alexander Kronlund, Johan Bobäck, Shellback, Dimitri Stassos, Mikaela Stenström and Svensson himself, while being produced by Italian DJs/producers Pasquale Verrigni and Mohammed Ben Khalifa, better known under the alias Two Lions. The song is featured on Ola's album Carelessly Yours and also serves as the album's lead single.
"All Over the World" is a 2010 single by Swedish singer Ola, full name Ola Svensson and the third single from his 2010 self-titled album Ola after his two Swedish hits from the album: Unstoppable " and "Overdrive". The third release peaked at number three on the Swedish Singles Chart.