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Gamla Ullevi / Skisser för sommaren

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Gamla Ullevi / Skisser för sommaren

"Gamla Ullevi" /
"Skisser för sommaren"
En plats i solen
Released June 14, 2010
Format Digital download
Recorded 2010
Genre Alternative rock
Length 3:38
Label Sony
Writer(s) Joakim Berg, Martin Sköld
Producer Kent, Stefan Boman
Kent singles chronology

"Gamla Ullevi" / "Skisser för sommaren"
"Ismael" / "Varje gång du möter min blick"

"Gamla Ullevi" / "Skisser för sommaren" is double A-side single by the Swedish alternative rock band Kent. It was released on June 14, 2010 as the lead single from their ninth studio album, En plats i solen.[1] It is their second double A-side single following "FF" / "VinterNoll2" from 2002. Both tracks charted in the top of the Swedish chart, as number one and two respectively.

Track listing

All lyrics written by Joakim Berg
No. TitleMusicProducer(s) Length
1. "Gamla Ullevi" (Old Ullevi)Joakim Berg, Martin SköldKent, Stefan Boman 3:38
2. "Skisser för sommaren" (Sketches for the Summer)BergKent, Boman, Joshua 4:14


Chart (2010) Peak
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[2]
"Gamla Ullevi"
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[2]
"Skisser för sommaren"
Preceded by
"Satellite" by Lena
Swedish Singles Chart number-one single
25 June 2010 – 2 July 2010
Succeeded by
"When You Tell the World You're Mine"
by Agnes & Björn


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