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Generation Ex

"Generation Ex"
Tillbaka till samtiden
Released April 7, 2008 (Digital download)
April 9, 2008 (CD single)
Format Digital download
CD single
Genre Indie rock
Alternative rock
Length 16:33
Label Sony BMG
Writer(s) Joakim Berg, Martin Sköld
Producer Kent, Joshua
Kent singles chronology

"Columbus"
(2007)
"Generation Ex"
(2008)
"Vy från ett luftslott"
(2008)

Tillbaka till samtiden track listing
"LSD, någon?"
(9)
"Generation Ex"
(10)
"Ensammast i Sverige"
(11)

"Generation Ex" is the third song released as a single from Kent's 2007 Tillbaka till samtiden. It was released as digital download on April 7, 2008 and as a CD single on April 9, 2008. It contains a remix of "Berlin" by Simon Brenting, and the non-album bonus track "Det kanske kommer en förändring".

Generation Ex entered the Swedish Singles Chart on April 17, 2008 where it peaked at number nine.[1]

The female singer on "Generation Ex", Caméla Leierth, also performs the backing vocals on the song "Vy från ett luftslott" from the same album.

Track listing

  1. "Generation Ex" – 4:22
  2. "Berlin" (Simon Brenting Remix) – 6:46
  3. "Det kanske kommer en förändring" (There Might Come A Change) – 4:25

References

External links

  • Discogs


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