Together We Stand Alone

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Together We Stand Alone
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Studio album by
Released19 March 2014
Recorded2013 - 2014
Genre
Label Ninetone Records / Universal Music AB
Yohio chronology
Break the Border
(2013)
Together We Stand Alone
(2014)
Snöängelns rike
(2015)
Singles from Together We Stand Alone
  1. "To the End"
    Released: 14 March 2014

Together We Stand Alone is the second studio album by Swedish singer Yohio, released in Sweden on 19 March 2014.

Contents

The album contains "To the End", the song Yohio performed in Melodifestivalen 2014 in a bid to represent Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 2014. The song finished sixth in the Final.

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Prophet in Disguise"YohioPatrik Frisk, Tommy Rehn, Yohio3:48
2."Don't Let Go"YohioFrisk, Rehn, Yohio3:35
3."Rocket"Andreas Johnson, Peter Kvint, YohioFrisk, Rehn, Yohio2:57
4."To the End"Andreas Johnson, Johan Lyander, Peter Kvint, YohioFrisk, Rehn, Yohio2:57
5."Before I Fade Away"YohioFrisk, Rehn, Yohio3:45
6."Together We Stand Alone"YohioFrisk, Rehn, Yohio3:34
7."Shattered Dreams of a Broken Nation"YohioFrisk, Rehn, Yohio3:41
8."Welcome to the City"Grizzly, Mack, Tommy TysperFrisk, Rehn, Yohio3:00
9."You're the One"YohioFrisk, Rehn, Yohio3:56
10."Invidia"YohioFrisk, Rehn, Yohio3:35
11."I Norrländska Skogars Dvala" (instrumental)YohioFrisk, Rehn, Yohio2:47
12."Let the Rain Fall Down"YohioFrisk, Rehn, Yohio3:19

Charts

Chart (2014)Peak
position
Swedish Albums Chart [1] 1

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