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Things She Said

Released November 12, 1997 (Swedish version)
April 27, 1998 (English version)
Genre Rock
Length 49:46 (Swedish version)
53:48 (English version)
Label BMG
Producer Zed
Kent chronology

Hagnesta Hill
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Isola is an album released in 1997 by the Swedish band Kent. It was followed in 1998 by an English version, for which a new song, "Velvet", was recorded. The album name comes from Ed McBains books about the 87:th police district and is a paraphrase for New York city, and Isola is mentioned in the song "Oprofessionell"/"Unprofessional". The album is said to have been largely influenced by Radiohead despite the difference in its sound. The ending song from the album, 747, has become a fan favourite and is usually one of the songs Kent use to close their concerts.

Track listing

Swedish version

  1. "Livräddaren" – 4:36
  2. "Om du var här" – 4:00
  3. "Saker man ser" – 3:53
  4. "Oprofessionell" – 4:45
  5. "OWC"* – 3:08
  6. "Celsius" – 4:15
  7. "Bianca" – 4:55
  8. "Innan allting tar slut" – 3:40
  9. "Elvis" – 4:33
  10. "Glider" – 4:04
  11. "747" – 7:47

English version

  1. "Lifesavers" – 4:36
  2. "If You Were Here" – 4:01
  3. "Things She Said" – 3:55
  4. "Unprofessional" – 4:45
  5. "OWC"* – 3:10
  6. "Celsius" – 4:16
  7. "Bianca" – 4:56
  8. "Before It All Ends" – 3:40
  9. "Elvis" – 4:33
  10. "Velvet" – 4:06
  11. "Glider" – 4:05
  12. "747" – 7:48

* "OWC" stands for Off World Colonies, a reference to the film Blade Runner, which the opening piano line was also lifted from.





Guest musicians

  • Klara Hellgren – first violin
  • David Björkman – second violin
  • Ulrika Gardelin – viola
  • Henrik Söderquist – cello
  • Joakim Midler – string arrangement, conduction


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