Billboard columnist names “Äntligen” one of year’s best

If there was any doubt that Billboard.com’s resident trivia guru Fred Bronson is a fan of Roxette, he’s definitely cleared that up. Bronson, who runs the online publication’s Chart Beat section as well as a similarly-named column in the printed version of the magazine, has listed Marie Fredriksson’s “Äntligen – Marie Fredrikssons Bästa [1984-2000]” as the 19th best album of the year.

  Bronson frequently mentions Roxette-related trivia in his column and was a big supporter of “Wish I Could Fly” when it was released in the States earlier this year. In case you’re wondering, Danish artist Sanne Gottlieb’s “Uden Dig” and Aqua’s “An Apple A Day” were numbers one and two on his personal chart of top tracks for the year.

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December 23rd, 2000

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