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Well, whaddayaknow, DJ enters the official Swedish Top 40 chart at #12 as "newcomer of the week!" "How fun!!!" Per comments. James Blunt tops the chart for the second week in a row with Goodbye My Lover. The official Top 40 chart show reaches more than 512,300 listeners every week, to be compared with the very popular radio show "Tracks" which reaches 319,200 listeners. Further info about the European releases is that Germany will release the album at the end of April, "EMI Germany seem very enthusiastic and want to do lots of radio with this," Per comments. He also says that Jo-Anna Says will be the first single in Germany, with C'mon as the B-side. The rest of Europe (except the UK) goes with Hey Mr DJ, but only as a promo single for starters, therefore no B-side has been chosen yet, should the release become commercial. And finally, Canada will also release the album! Regarding the singles to be released in Europe; they will be digital singles initially, and unless they become a "super radio hit" no physical singles will be produced.
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