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Kräm (så nära får ingen gå)

"Kräm (så nära får ingen gå)"
B-side "Rödljus"
"En helt ny karriär"
Released February 9, 1996
Format CD single
Genre Indie rock, alternative rock
Length 2:42
Label RCA Victor, BMG
Writer(s) Joakim Berg, Martin Sköld
Producer Nille Perned
Kent singles chronology

"Jag vill inte vara rädd"
(1995)
"Kräm (så nära får ingen gå)"
(1996)
"Halka"
(1996)

Verkligen track listing
"Avtryck"
(1)
"Kräm (så nära får ingen gå)"
(2)
"Gravitation"
(3)

"Kräm (så nära får ingen gå)" is a song by Swedish alternative rock band Kent, released on February 9, 1996 as the lead single from their second studio album, Verkligen. The CD single contains the two b-sides, "Rödljus" and "En helt ny karriär". These two tracks were recorded, produced and mixed by Kent and Heikki Kiviaho, and were later released on the compilation B-sidor 95–00 in 2000.

The song peaked at number four in Sweden, becoming the band's first single to chart.

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Kräm (så nära får ingen gå)" (Creme (No one can get that close)) 2:42
2. "Rödljus" (Red Lights) 3:41
3. "En helt ny karriär" (A Brand New Career) 4:09

Charts

Chart (1996) Peak
position
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[1] 4

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