Äntligen – Marie Fredrikssons bästa 1984–2000

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Äntligen – Marie Fredrikssons bästa 1984–2000
Greatest hits album by Marie Fredriksson
Released Sweden 31 March 2000 (2000-03-31)
Recorded 1984 (1984)–2000 (2000)
Genre Pop
Length 76:35
Language Swedish
Label EMI
Producer Per Andersson
Mikael Bolyos
Marie Fredriksson
Anders Herrlin
Lasse Lindbom
Marie Fredriksson chronology
I en tid som vår
(1996)
Äntligen – Marie Fredrikssons bästa 1984–2000
(2000)
The Change
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
NA 3/5 stars[1]

Äntligen – Marie Fredrikssons bästa 1984–2000 (Finally – Marie Fredriksson's best) is the first greatest hits album by Swedish pop singer and songwriter Marie Fredriksson. Compiled by Marie herself from some personal favourite songs and from solo singles that were released between 1984 and 1997. Two new songs were specially recorded to be included on the album, "Äntligen" and "Det som var nu" (a duet with Patrik Isaksson).

The album was the best-selling album in Sweden in 2000,[citation needed] having sold more than 160,000 copies,[citation needed] attaining 3 × Platinum.[2]

Formats and track listing[edit]

Swedish CD
(7243 5259542 6; 31 March 2000)

No. Title English Translation Length
1. "Äntligen"   Finally 4:02
2. "Det som var nu" (With Patrik Isaksson) That what was Now 6:37
3. "Ännu doftar kärlek"   Still Smells Love 3:43
4. "Den bästa dagen"   The Best Day 4:34
5. "Mot okända hav"   Toward Unknown Seas 3:49
6. "Den sjunde vågen"   The Seventh Wave 5:56
7. "Ett hus vid havet"   A house by the Sea 1:29
8. "Efter stormen"   After the Storm 4:00
9. "Om du såg mig nu"   If You Saw Me Now 4:01
10. "Bara för en dag"   Only for a Day 4:42
11. "Sparvöga"   Sparrow Eye 4:07
12. "Så stilla så långsamt"   So still so Slow 5:40
13. "Så länge det lyser mittemot"   As Long as there is Light on the Other Side 5:10
14. "Mellan sommar och höst"   Between Summer and Fall 4:17
15. "I en tid som vår"   In a Time Like Ours 5:51
16. "Tro"   Faith 4:56
17. "Solen gick ner över stan" (Klubbmix/Äntligen) The Sun went down over the City 3:33

Charts and certifications[edit]

Charts[edit]

Album
Chart (2000) Peak
position
Norwegian Albums Chart[3] 6
Swedish Albums Chart[3] 1
Singles
Title B-side Chart (2000) Peak
position
"Äntligen" "Solen gick ner över stan" (Klubbmix) Swedish Singles Chart[4] 34
"Det som var nu" (with Patrik Isaksson) "Det som var nu" (Instrumental) Swedish Singles Chart[5] 59

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Sales/shipments
Sweden (GLF)[6] 3× Platinum 240,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone

Album credits[edit]

(Lyrics & music: Marie Fredriksson except where noted)

  • "Äntligen" (Recorded in 2000)
  • "Det som var nu" (Recorded in 2000)
  • "Ännu doftar kärlek" (Lyrics & music: Lasse Lindbom & Marie Fredriksson) - From Het vind
  • "Den bästa dagen" (Lyrics & music: Lindbom, Fredriksson & Niklas Strömstedt) - From Den sjunde vågen
  • "Mot okända hav" (Lyrics & music: Ulf Schagerström) - From Den sjunde vågen
  • "Den sjunde vågen" (Lyrics & music: Lindbom & Fredriksson) - From Den sjunde vågen
  • "Ett hus vid havet" (Lyrics & music: Lindbom & Fredriksson) - From Den sjunde vågen
  • "Efter stormen" (Lyrics & music: Lindbom & Fredriksson) - From Efter stormen
  • "Om du såg mig nu" (Lyrics & music: Lindbom & Fredriksson) - From Efter stormen
  • "Bara för en dag" (Lyrics & music: Lindbom & Fredriksson) - From Efter stormen
  • "Sparvöga" - From the single "Sparvöga"
  • "Så stilla så långsamt" - From Den ständiga resan
  • "Så länge det lyser mittemot" - From Den ständiga resan
  • "Mellan sommar och höst" - From Den ständiga resan
  • "I en tid som vår" - From I en tid som vår
  • "Tro" - From I en tid som vår
  • "Solen gick ner över stan" (Lyrics & music: Fredriksson & Mikael Bolyos - Recorded in 2000)
  • Mastering: Åsa Winzell, Polar Mastering (Stockholm).
  • Photo: Mattias Edwall.
  • Artwork: Kjell Andersson & Pär Wickholm.
  • Stylist: Lisa Lindqwister.
  • Hair & make-up: Lisa Derkert.
  • Management: D&D Management.

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