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Max 500

"Max 500"
Du & jag döden
Released February 9, 2005
Format CD
Genre Indie rock
Alternative rock
Label BMG Sweden/RCA
Kent singles chronology

"FF / VinterNoll2"
(2002)
"Max 500"
(2005)
"Palace & Main"
(2005)

Du & jag döden track listing
"Klåparen"
(7)
"Max 500"
(8)
"Romeo återvänder ensam"
(9)

"Max 500" is a CD (single) by the band Kent. It was released in 2005. The playable side of the CD is black.

This is the first single release from the album Du & jag döden, with two extra non album tracks. The Cover and CD are an all black design by design concept agency New that also did the visual concept for the legendary white concert in the Stockholms Stadion on June 6, 2003. The case has a sticker on front with the tracklist and other details. The CD is black on both sides. Lisa Miskovsky sings backing vocals on Välgärningar & Illdåd.

Max 500 was an illegal nightclub in Eskilstuna in the early 1990s on the corner of Smedjegatan and Bruksgatan. The name came from an old loading crane beam sticking out of the door marked "MAX 500"

Track listing

  1. Max 500 - 3:37
  2. M - 4:21
  3. Välgärningar & illdåd - 3:43

Chart positions

  • #1 Sweden
  • #1 Norway
  • #4 Finland
  • #6 Denmark

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