It must have been love (and it still is 25 years later)
It’s hard to believe that a song written as a modern day, intelligent Christmas carol, one that was collecting dust on a shelf, would go on to be one of the biggest hits of the 1990s from one of the most beloved movies of the same decade.
Pelle Alsing, Roxette's drummer, has good news for you. After many years of having been in the studio, his band "Down Harrison" has finally released their first album and he really wants you to know about it. So we caught up for a small chat today.
Acclaimed Swedish producer Peter “Bassflow” Boström has once again joined forces with Roxette and will remix the 1987 album Dance Passion to be released on the 5th of June 2015 under the new title Dance Passion 2015. Edit: Well, this was posted April 1 so maybe it's not entirely truthful after all...
Per will release not one, but two books September 25: Texter, klotter & funderingar – den svenska delen about all his Swedish releases, obviously in Swedish, and its English counterpart Songs, Sketches & Reflections – the English part.
In a short interview with Ilta-Sanomat, Heikki L speaks about his recent cooperation with Per Gessle, a song called "You Don't Want Love." Heikki L is a Finnish producer and DJ who has previously worked with artists like David Guetta, Tiësto and Armin van Buuren.
On his own record label Cosmos, Per Gessle will release a 7" with "Kvar i min bil" (from the 2008 movie "Let the Right One In") and B-side "Loud Clothes" from way back when (2002.) The release is called The Per Gessle Archives and a mysterious box set is promised to be released in September...