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Tjejer is the third studio album by Swedish dansband Arvingarna, released in 1994.
The Grammis are Swedish music awards. Some in Sweden consider the Grammis the Swedish equivalent of the Grammy Awards. The awards ceremony is generally held each year in February in Stockholm. The awards were established in 1969 and awarded until 1972 when they were cancelled, then revived in 1987.
Världens bästa lotta was released on March 22, 2006 and is an album from the Swedish dansband and pop singer Lotta Engberg. It is a double CD collection of some of her hits throughout the years. Some of the songs on the record are performed by her as a solo artist, others together with the bands Lotta & Anders Engbergs Orkester and Lotta Engbergs.
När hela världen ser på was released on 10 May 1998 and is an album from Swedish pop and country singer Jill Johnson. The album peaked at #37 at the Swedish album chart.
Då & nu is a 1996 album by Swedish dansband Arvingarna.
Collection is a 2002 compilation album from Swedish "dansband" Arvingarna.
Anders Glenmark is a Swedish pop and rock singer, as well as one of Sweden's most successful music producers and songwriters. He is the brother of singer Karin Glenmark and nephew of band leader Bruno Glenmark.
Stanna en stund was released on April 3, 2000 and is a compilation album from Swedish "dansband" Lotta Engbergs.
Håll om mig nu was released on 18 August 1998 and is a compilation album from Swedish "dansband" Lotta Engbergs.
Guld, platina & passion is an album by the Swedish singer Carola Häggkvist. It was released in May 2003 in Sweden and Norway. On the album charts, the album peaked at number 1 in Sweden and number 5 in Norway. The album stayed at the album list in Sweden for 67 weeks, and sold 4x platina.
Det bästa av Carola is a Greatest Hits album by the Swedish singer Carola Häggkvist. It was released on November 19, 1997 in Sweden and Norway.
Främling 25 år is a greatest hits album by the Swedish singer Carola Häggkvist.
Drifters are a Swedish dansband from Skövde that was formed in 1962 and has won many prizes. They are signed to the Lionheart International record label.
Leif Bloms was a dansband in Växjö in Sweden. scoring chart successes at the Swedish album chart during the mid-late 1970s. On 31 December 1995 the band was disbanded after singing and playing together for almost 40 years. Starting with the 1981 album Håll dig kvar, the band's singer was Mona Gustafsson, who wrote the band's 1992 song Dej ska jag älska all min tid which won the 1992 Hänt song contest in Älvsjö. After the band was disbanded, Mona Gustafsson, Patrik Ahlm and René Saulesco founded another dansband, Mona G:s orkester.
Tack & farväl was released on 14 November 2012 and is a Thorleifs double compilation album in connection to the band disestablishment the same year. The opening track, Déjà vu, was new-written by Thomas G:son. That song was originally written for Melodifestivalen 2008., where Thorleifs were originally intended to participate.
Våra bästa år is a 2007 Thorleifs double compilation album. Seven of the songs were new back then. Outside Sweden, special versions of the album were released in Denmark, Finland and Norway. On the album charts, it peaked at 24th position in Denmark, and 7th position in Sweden.
Thorleifs Hit Collection is a 2002 Thorleifs double compilation album. At the album charts, it peaked at 42nd position in Sweden.
All Included is an Arvingarna compilation album, originally supposed to be released on 18 April 2007 before the release was postponed one week, to 25 April 2007.
En vän som du was released on 1 April 2009 and is a double compilation album by Swedish band Lasse Stefanz It consists of songs recorded by the band between 1988 and 2008.
Håkan boma ye! was released on 5 December 2014, and is a Håkan Hellström live album. It was recorded during his concert at Ullevi in Gothenburg in Sweden on 7 June 2014, and was subsequently released as CD and LP.
This is the discography of Swedish pop singer Lotta Engberg.
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