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Sunday, February 26, 2006

Welcome to 1997! This post is focusing on Robyn, the Swedish singer that had a few hits in the U.S. in the late '90s. Before she became a bloggers' favorite last year with her independently released self-titled album, she was working with Max Martin and Denniz PoP, doing some great pop songs. As far as I know, she was one of the first artists to be involved in co-writing their songs with them.

Her first single, and probably her best is "Do You Know (What It Takes)". I've posted both the original and a hot boppy r&b/pop remix from the CD single.


Do You Know (What It Takes) [LP Version]
Do You Know (What It Takes) [Dee's Full Mix Edit]

She also did another great single with the Cherion team called "Show Me Love". Since I have so much to post today, i'll put it up one time when I have nothing else. :P

Next up: Meet girl group Solid HarmoniE, and become re-aquainted with the Backstreet Boys and their follow-up effort.


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