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Please buy this

at least just buy the original! i'm not a big fan of Phonique, so the remixes don't really do anything for me, but this is, in my opinion, erlend's finest song. usually i'll just put it on repeat and lay down for a while. its 100% catchy and danceable, so please purchase this song now!

Great song, but this isn't it.

This is a really great song but track 1 here is not the original version anymore. Ever since iTunes Plus, track one is now a remix. I can't seem to find the original anywhere in iTunes so that I can re-buy the song that the iTunes Plus upgrade deleted. I've contacted Apple about it but the song is still wrong. Back the song. The original has is a very chill, upbeat flow with great piano work. The remix has none of those qualities. I'd look for the original elsewhere.

Simple and amazing

This is quite possibly one of the best songs I have ever heard. Erlend blows me away. Also not a huge Phonique phan, so I'm referring mainly to the original song.


Born: 1975 in Bergen, Norway

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Since the late '90s, Norwegian singer/songwriter Erlend Øye has been a prolific force of nature, releasing numerous albums, EPs, and singles with his two primary bands, the acoustic duo Kings of Convenience and the more electronic-based the Whitest Boy Alive. Outside of these two projects, he has acted as a collaborator with a wide array of pop and electronic acts, most notably appearing as the vocalist on Röyksopp's 2001 debut album Melody A.M. A native of Bergen, Norway, Øye moved to London in...
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