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Swedish singer-songwriter, best known as a former member of the pop music band Ace of Base. Wikipedia

  • The Bridge (Ace of Base album)

    Second album by Swedish pop music group Ace of Base. Composed during 1994 and 1995, and released in October 1995. Wikipedia

  • Always Have, Always Will (Ace of Base song)

    Single by Swedish pop band Ace of Base. Heavily inspired by the Motown sound of the mid-1960s, the intro samples the intros from the Supremes track "Where Did Our Love Go" and the Four Tops track "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)". Wikipedia

  • Flowers (Ace of Base album)

    Third album by the Swedish pop music group Ace of Base. Released in June 1998 in Europe, Asia, and Africa, and August 10 in the United Kingdom. Wikipedia

  • Da Capo (Ace of Base album)

    Fourth studio album released by Swedish pop group Ace of Base. Released in 2002 in Europe and Japan (on Toshiba EMI with a different cover and additional tracks). Wikipedia

  • Ulf Ekberg

    Swedish singer-songwriter, musician, businessman and television and film producer, best known as a founding member of the pop group Ace of Base, along with siblings Jonas Berggren, Linn Berggren and Jenny Berggren. Ace of Base released its debut album in 1992 and went on to attain major chart success throughout the 1990s. Wikipedia

  • Jenny Berggren

    Swedish mezzo-soprano singer and former lead singer in the Swedish pop band Ace of Base. Since 1995, she has also been writing songs and performing solo. Wikipedia

  • The Juvenile

    Song by Swedish pop band Ace of Base. Released as the second single from their album Da Capo in Germany released in December 2002. Wikipedia

  • Happy Nation

    Debut studio album by Swedish pop group Ace of Base. Initially released in Denmark on 16 November 1992 by Mega Records. Wikipedia

  • Beautiful Life (Ace of Base song)

    Song by Swedish band Ace of Base, released on 20 October 1995. The first single released from The Bridge; in Europe, it followed "Lucky Love". Wikipedia

  • Song recorded by Swedish group Ace of Base from their debut album with the same name. First released in Scandinavia in 1992 and later released twice in the UK. Wikipedia

  • Ace of Base

    Swedish pop group, originally consisting of Ulf Ekberg and three siblings, Jonas Berggren, Linn Berggren and Jenny Berggren. The group released four studio albums between 1992 and 2002, and sold 50 million records worldwide, making them the third-most successful Swedish band of all time, after ABBA and Roxette. Wikipedia

  • Wheel of Fortune (Ace of Base song)

    Song by Swedish pop group Ace of Base, and also their debut single. First released in the Nordics in April 1992 through Danish Mega Records as the first single from their first album, Happy Nation. Wikipedia

  • My Story (Jenny Berggren album)

    Debut solo album by former lead singer of Swedish pop band Ace of Base, Jenny Berggren. Revealed on Jenny's official website on 30 September 2010. Wikipedia

  • Hidden Gems (Ace of Base album)

    2015 compilation album by the Swedish pop group Ace of Base. Released worldwide by Playground Music on March 6, 2015. Wikipedia

  • Come (Jenny Berggren song)

    Single by Swedish singer-songwriter and former lead singer of the group Ace of Base, Jenny Berggren. English cover of the Swedish song "Om" by Niklas Strömstedt and was performed for the first time at the sixth season of the Swedish TV show Så mycket bättre and later released on the compilation album Så Mycket Bättre . Wikipedia

  • All That She Wants

    Song by Swedish group Ace of Base. Released in 1992 as the second single from their first studio album, Happy Nation, and, in the following year, it was released as the first single from the 1993 album The Sign in North America. Wikipedia

  • Clara Mae

    Swedish singer and songwriter currently signed to Big Beat and Atlantic Records. She has released two major label singles, "I'm Not Her" and "I Forgot." Wikipedia

  • Singles of the 90s

    Compilation album by Swedish pop music group, Ace of Base. Released on November 15, 1999 in Europe, Asia, and Africa. Wikipedia

  • Ace of Base discography

    Discography of Swedish pop group Ace of Base. Third best-selling group from Sweden after ABBA and Roxette with an estimated of over 30 million albums and 15 million singles sold worldwide. Wikipedia

  • The Golden Ratio (album)

    Fifth and the final album by Swedish pop music group, Ace of Base. Recorded in early 2009 through mid-2010. Wikipedia

  • List of Swedish composers, musical groups, musicians and singers: * 59 Times The Pain Wikipedia

  • Here I Am (Jenny Berggren song)

    First single by Swedish singer-songwriter and former lead singer of the group Ace of Base, Jenny Berggren. Released as the first official single from her first solo album, My Story, in May 2010. Wikipedia

  • Travel to Romantis

    The third single from Flowers, an album by Swedish pop band Ace of Base. Released on 16 November 1998 in Germany and Scandinavia and followed the singles "Life Is a Flower" and "Cruel Summer". Wikipedia

  • Lucky Love

    1995 song recorded by Swedish group Ace of Base. Taken from their album The Bridge. Wikipedia

  • Cruel Summer (Ace of Base album)

    1998 album by Swedish pop group Ace of Base, released as the band's third album in North America on July 14, 1998 and in Japan on August 25, 1998 by Arista Records. Though Flowers sold four million copies in Europe, Asia, and Africa following its release in June 1998, Arista Records decided to release a different version of the album in the North America and Japan, retitled Cruel Summer. Wikipedia

  • List of songs recorded by Ace of Base

    List of released songs recorded and performed by Ace of Base. Beginning on March 3, 2011, the band has released different demo tracks and alternative versions of released and unreleased songs on their Facebook page on certain Thursdays for free. Wikipedia

  • The Sign (album)

    1993 album by Swedish pop group Ace of Base, released as the band's debut album in North America, Japan, and some Latin American countries by Arista Records. The Sign contains songs from Ace of Base's debut album, Happy Nation (1992) and the new songs "Don't Turn Around", "The Sign", and "Living in Danger" as well as revised versions of "Voulez-Vous Danser" and "Waiting for Magic". Wikipedia

  • Jonas Berggren

    Swedish musician and singer-songwriter and record producer, also known as Joker. Seven, and continues to write for the Swedish band Ace of Base, which he is a founding member of, as well as other bands. Wikipedia

  • The Sign (song)

    Song by the Swedish pop group Ace of Base, which was released as a single on 29 October 1993 in Europe from their album Happy Nation . International hit, reaching number two in the United Kingdom and spending six non-consecutive weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States, ending 1994 as the top song on Billboards year-end chart. Wikipedia

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  • In 1991, the group produced a demo version of "All That She Wants", titled "Mr. Ace", which featured different lyrics, Linn Berggren on lead vocals, and rap vocals performed by both Jonas and Ekberg.All That She Wants-Wikipedia
  • Ace of Base is a Swedish pop group, originally consisting of Ulf Ekberg and three siblings, Jonas Berggren, Linn Berggren and Jenny Berggren.Ace of Base-Wikipedia
  • The project was promoted with a series of live television performances which received minimal participation from band member Linn Berggren.Cruel Summer (Ace of Base album)-Wikipedia
  • Jonas Berggren wanted to stay at home with his two children and Malin Berggren only attended one performance in Germany in 2002.Da Capo (Ace of Base album)-Wikipedia
  • Jonas Petter Berggren was the first child of three siblings, his younger sisters are Linn and Jenny.Jonas Berggren-Wikipedia
  • All three children took music lessons, and Berggren, along with her older sister Malin, practiced violin.Jenny Berggren-Wikipedia
  • Band member Linn Berggren grew tired of the spotlight and had returned home early from the group's tour of Asia.Cruel Summer (Ace of Base album)-Wikipedia
  • The first verse is sung in Latin by Joker, and Linn Berggren sings the rest as the lead singer.Happy Nation (song)-Wikipedia
  • At one point, lead singer Linn flew home.The Bridge (Ace of Base album)-Wikipedia
  • She and fellow new member, Julia Williamson, replaced former members, Jenny and Linn Berggren, and began recording a new album with the band in September 2009.Clara Mae-Wikipedia
  • The former female members of Ace of Base, Linn and Jenny Berggren, are his sisters.Jonas Berggren-Wikipedia
  • Originally planned to be in the final track list of the Flowers album, it is a dance song written by Jonas Berggren and sung by Jenny and Malin Berggren about prostitutes' life in the city.Always Have, Always Will (Ace of Base song)-Wikipedia
  • Clive Davis of Arista Records, who had suggested the band cover "Don't Turn Around" for The Sign, requested for Malin Berggren to record Everytime It Rains for Cruel Summer, as she had no solo songs on the album.Everytime It Rains-Wikipedia
  • Though the U.S. version of the "Lucky Love" video was filmed later, "Never Gonna Say I'm Sorry" was chronologically the last video that was released with major participation from Malin.Never Gonna Say I'm Sorry-Wikipedia
  • Ulf Gunnar Ekberg (born 6 December 1970), also known as Buddha, is a Swedish singer-songwriter, musician, businessman and television and film producer, best known as a founding member of the pop group Ace of Base, along with siblings Jonas Berggren, Linn Berggren and Jenny Berggren.Ulf Ekberg-Wikipedia
  • Linn Berggren appeared in the video, however only for a few seconds.Travel to Romantis-Wikipedia
  • Songwriting credits were also given to Lionel Richie and Ace of Base members Jenny Berggren, Jonas Berggren, Malin Berggren and Ulf Ekberg due to interpolations of "All Night Long (All Night)" and "All That She Wants".Liar (Camila Cabello song)-Wikipedia
  • It was written by Camila Cabello, Alexandra Tamposi, Andrew Wotman, Jonathan Bellion, Jordan Johnson, Stefan Johnson, Jenny Berggren, Jonas Berggren, Malin Berggren, Ulf Ekberg and Lionel Richie, and produced by Wotman, The Monsters and the Strangerz and Bellion.Liar (Camila Cabello song)-Wikipedia
  • * "Liar" contains a sample of 1983 single "All Night Long (All Night)" performed and written by Lionel Richie, and a sample of 1992 single "All That She Wants" performed by Ace of Base and written by Ulf Ekberg, Malin Berggren, Jenny Berggren and Jonas Berggren, the founding members of the Swedish pop group.Liar (Camila Cabello song)-Wikipedia

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