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    Agnes

    • Year Released: 2005
    Agnes is the debut album composed of the songs performed by the Idol 2005 winner Agnes Carlsson. The album debuted at #1 in Sweden and stayed there for 2 weeks. The lead single, "Right Here, Right Now (My Heart Belongs to You)", written and produced by Jörgen Elofsson, topped the Swedish Top 60 Singles chart for six weeks. The second single released off the album, "Stranded", was less successful, peaking at #27 in the Swedish singles chart.
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    Dance! Love! Pop!

    • Year Released: 2008
    Dance Love Pop is the third studio album by Swedish recording artist Agnes, released originally on October 29, 2008 in Sweden. This was Agnes' first studio album since 2006 and her comeback to the music stage. The album is written and produced by Swedish song-writer Anders Hansson and geared towards the dance and club genre. When released the first single "On and On" it immediately showed a clear change of artistic direction for her music. This was clearly observed by the critics who all homaged her new musical style. In Sweden, a deluxe edition of the album titled Dance Love Pop: The Love Love Love Edition was released, featuring the original 10 tracks plus new song "Love Love Love", of which Agnes competed with in the Swedish drafts for Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Moscow. The deluxe edition also included remixes and music videos of the album's singles and re-entered the official Swedish Top 60 Album Chart peaking at number 12. A re-release of the album was also made in France, where the "Edition Collector" was released on January 18, 2010 and peaked at forty-seven. The album originally peaked at five in Sweden and the deluxe edit at twelve, in France it stayed on the charts
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    Sometimes I Forget

    • Year Released: 2010
    "Sometimes I Forget" is a pop song recorded by Swedish singer Agnes taken from her third album Dance Love Pop. The track was written by Anders Hansson, Steve Diamond and Agnes. It was released as the album's third single in France, and the fourth single in Italy and Belgium. The track was first heard on Agnes' third album Dance Love Pop, released in 2008 in Sweden. When "I Need You Now" was chosen as the third single across Europe, Agnes French label Sony Music decided a different path for her and released "Sometimes I Forget" as the follow-up to her previous singles "Release Me" and "On and On". Like the previous singles, a French version was recorded in January 2010 for the single release, and together with a couple of new remixes a Promo CD was released to radio and television in mid-February. To date, Agnes has sold over 160,000 singles in France. "Sometimes I Forget" was featured on the compilation album "M6 Hits 2010" which was released as digital download on March 15, 2010 the very same day that the music video premiered. Though it has yet not been released as a proper single. The music video for "Sometimes I Forget" was filmed in Gothenburg, Sweden on March 3, 2010 and is
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    Stronger

    • Year Released: 2006
    Stronger is the second album by the Swedish singer and Idol-winner Agnes Carlsson. The album was released on October 11, 2006 and features 11 tracks. Two of her songs, "I Believe In You" and "I Had A Feelin'", were covered by the German band No Angels on their Destiny album. The song "Love Is All Around" has been covered in at least three other continents. The album was released in the United Kingdom, but only sold 121 copies. "Aftonbladet"'s Markus Larsson says that Agnes is an obvious talent with a strong voice, but no one seems to know what to make out of it, not the record company, not the songwriters, not the producers, not even Agnes herself. Helsingborgs Dagblad wrote that "Stronger" has one of every genre, a heavy ballad such as "(What do I do with) all this love", some fresh R such as "Kick back Relax" and a flirt with MTV "My boy" and "Everybody".
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