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Verkligen

Verkligen
Studio album by Kent
Released March 15, 1996
Genre Rock
Length 43:05
Label BMG
Producer Nille Perned
Singles from Verkligen
  1. "Kräm (så nära får ingen gå)"
    Released: February 9, 1996
  2. "Halka"
    Released: April 29, 1996
  3. "Gravitation"
    Released: September 23, 1996
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [1]

Verkligen (which means "really" in Swedish) by the Swedish band Kent is their second album released in 1996. It was released exactly one year after their debut album.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Personnel 2
  • Charts 3
  • Audio sample 4
  • References 5

Track listing

All lyrics written by Joakim Berg

No. Title Music Length
1. "Avtryck" (Imprint) Joakim Berg 3.11
2. "Kräm (Så Nära Får Ingen Gå)" (Cream (No One Is Allowed Any Closer)) Joakim Berg, Martin Sköld 2.42
3. "Gravitation" (Gravity) Joakim Berg 3.44
4. "Istället För Ljud" (Instead Of Sound) Joakim Berg, Martin Sköld 4.22
5. "10 minuter (För Mig Själv)"" (10 minutes (to Myself)) Joakim Berg 3.10
6. "En Timme En Minut" (One Hour One Minute) Joakim Berg 8.08
7. "Indianer" (Indians) Joakim Berg 3.47
8. "Halka" (Slippery) Joakim Berg 3.03
9. "Thinner" (Thinner) Joakim Berg 3.59
10. "Vi Kan Väl Vänta Tills Imorgon" (We Can Wait Until Tomorrow) Joakim Berg 6.55

Personnel

  • Joakim Berg – vocals and guitar
  • Martin Sköld – bass guitar
  • Sami Sirviö – lead guitar
  • Markus Mustonen – drums and backing vocals

Charts

Charts (1996) Position
Sweden 1 [2]

Audio sample

Sample of track 2, "Kräm (så nära får ingen gå)"

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References

  1. ^ Gunnarsson, Tommy. Verkligen at AllMusic
  2. ^ på den svenska albumlistanVerkligenSwedishcharts -
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