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Idioter

"Idioter"
Röd
Released March 8, 2010
Format CD, Digital download
Genre Alternative rock
Length 4:12
Label Sony
Writer(s) Joakim Berg, Martin Sköld
Producer Kent, Joshua
Kent singles chronology

"Hjärta"
(2009)
"Idioter"
(2010)
"Gamla Ullevi" / "Skisser för sommaren"
(2010)

Röd track listing
"Vals för Satan (Din vän pessimisten)"
(6)
"Idioter"
(7)
"Svarta linjer"
(8)

"Idioter" is a song by the Swedish alternative rock band Kent. It was released as the third and final single from the band's eight studio album, Röd, digitally on March 8, 2010 and physically on March 10. The single contains a single and a demo version version of "Idioter", a remix of "Taxmannen" by Andreas Tilliander, and the song "Ensamheten" with remixes by Andrea Parker and Erase.[1]

"Idioter" peaked at number thirty-three in Sweden, the band's lowest chart position since "Halka", which peaked at number thirty-six in 1996.

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Idioter" (Single Version) 4:15
2. "Taxmannen" (Andreas Tilliander Remix) 3:51
3. "Ensamheten" (Andrea Parker Remix) 7:06
4. "Ensamheten" (Erase Remix) 5:41
5. "Idioter" (Demo) 4:38

Charts

Chart (2010) Peak
position
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[2] 33

References

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