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När det blåser på månen

"När det blåser på månen"
Kent
Released February 6, 1995
Format CD
Genre Indie rock
Alternative rock
Label BMG Ariola Sweden/RCA
Kent singles chronology

"När det blåser på månen"
(1995)
"Som vatten"
(1995)

Kent (album) track listing
"Ingenting någonsin"
(3)
"När det blåser på månen"
(4)
"Jag vill inte vara rädd"
(5)

"När det blåser på månen" is a single CD by the Swedish band Kent.

It's the first single to be released by Kent. The man counting from 10 to 1 in the end of the song is the man who signed Kent's first record deal; Per "Pöpen" Lindholm, AR at Sony BMG Sweden. The single also contains the B-side Slutsats that was recorded during a recording session at a school in Nytorp outside Stockholm. This track was also released on the B-Sidor 95-00 album in 2000. Another version of Slutsats was released as a B-side on the band Paus single Chock. Paus consist of Jocke Berg from Kent and Peter Svensson from Cardigans. Peter sings on the Paus version of Slutsats.

Track listing

  1. När det blåser på månen (4:19)
  2. Slutsats (2:49)
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