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Customer Reviews

Simply Beautiful

Amazing, I loved it! It's definitely worth the $0.99.

What a nice surprise!

Came across the Hallelujah performance on YouTube and thought it was one of the prettiest versions I've ever heard. Then I listened to their version of Springsteen's The River and I was hooked. I have no idea who theses guys are but they're really good.

Fantastic

I heard Espen Lind singing a duet with Sissel so I checked him out on ITunes and came across this C.D. Which is truly a wonderful piece of work. It is amazing how we can come across artists from other countries that we have never heard of. It was a must buy for me. Very talented quartet.

Biography

Born: May 13, 1971 in Tromso, Norway

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s

A Spellemannprisen-winning Norwegian pop artist who dazzled his homeland with his second album, 1997's Red, Espen Lind also found success in the United States as a co-writer behind singles like Beyoncé's 2007 smash hit "Irreplaceable." Lind broke into the Norwegian pop scene in 1995 performing under the name Sway. His debut album, Mmm...Prepare to Be Swayed, sold poorly but garnered rave reviews from the Norwegian music press, which was enough to earn Lind a recording deal with Universal. Billing...
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Hallelujah - Live, Espen Lind
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: Jun 12, 2006

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