Baby Alice

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Baby Alice
Origin Sweden
Genres Eurodance
Years active 2005-
Labels Warner Music Sweden (2005-2008)
Catchy Tunes (2008-Present)
Members Andreas Svensson
Tim Astrom
Natalie Granath
Past members Sandra Gundstedt (2005-2010)

Baby Alice is a Swedish Eurodance band, formed in 2005. The original band members are Tim Åström, Andreas Svensson, and singer Sandra Gundstedt (Sandra Gee). They are best known for their hit single "Pina Colada Boy" and for their songs "Mr. DJ", "Hurricane" and "Heaven Is A Dancefloor". In 2010 Natalie Granath replaced Sandra Gundstedt as the lead singer of Baby Alice.


Official Singles[edit]

Below are the official singles that were released by Baby Alice, some titles are upcoming singles that will be released sometime in the future.

Note: Most of these singles are available for purchase through digital stores, except "Shake It", which was an earlier single and, despite it being officially released, it is very rare.

  • 2006 - Shake It (Released as a single, rare)
  • 2007 – Mr. DJ (First single release)
  • 2009 – Hurricane (Second single release)
  • 2010 - Piña Colada Boy (Third single release, originally recorded and due to release in 2008; The last to feature Sandra on vocals, the first to appear Natalie in the video)*
  • 2011 - Heaven Is A Dancefloor (Fourth single; The first to feature Natalie on vocals)
  • 2014 - One World (Announced by Baby Alice in 2013 as the next single, clip on YouTube; Release is expected in the future, maybe sometime during 2014)

Note: Vocals for "Pina Colada Boy" were recorded by Sandra but the video for "Pina Colada Boy" was recorded only a few weeks after Sandra left Baby Alice so the video features Natalie.

Other Songs[edit]

The following songs were released online as free downloads by Baby Alice at, some meant to be singles, probably for the planned album that didn't happen.

  • 2005 - The House Theme (Baby Alice's first song recorded in 2005 before Sandra was a member, free download online as a radio edit; Announced on Baby Alice's website in 2007, never made it to site player, never officially released)
  • 2005 – Silicon Valley
  • 2005 – Monstertruck
  • 2006 – Size Matters
  • 2006 – VM-Feber
  • 2009 - Baby Alice (Medley) (A promotional megamix released to Baby Alice's site player in 2009; The songs in the medley are: Mr. DJ, Hurricane, Pina Colada Boy and Oldschool)
  • 2009 - Oldschool (Free download on as a single; Originally announced as a single for sometime in March or April 2008, never officially released)
  • 2013 - S.E.X.Y. (YouTube release only in 2013 for fans, radio edit leaked online in 2011; Originally planned as a single in 2011 to follow up the success of "Pina Colada Boy")

Note: Despite popular belief, Sandra is the real singer on "Pina Colada Boy", despite Natalie appearing as the singer in the video, which was shot only a few weeks after she joined. Natalie's first appearance on vocals with Baby Alice is with the song "S.E.X.Y.", which despite being planned as the next release after "Pina Colada Boy", was instead only leaked online until 2013 when it was uploaded to their official YouTube page.

Unreleased Songs[edit]

During their time active since 2006, Baby Alice have recorded many songs that have been left unreleased, possibly some songs meant for their 2008 album that didn't happen. Below is a list of known songs recorded by Baby Alice that have not been officially released yet.

  • 1-2-3 Honesty (Announced to release in 2007, due for release in 2008, it was later cancelled but the song was available on the old Baby Alice site player)
  • Take My Breath Away (Planned as a single in 2010, exists online as a live version; Cancelled when Sandra left Baby Alice; Unknown if it will be released in the future; In 2014, as a request by the fans, Tim Astrom uploaded a demo of "Take My Break Away" for the fans to the Baby Alice fangroup on Facebook.)
  • Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree (Announced in 2008 and was available on the site player, never released)
  • Mambo (Exists as a Radio Edit with Sandra's vocals and a Euro Radio Edit with raps; Announced in 2007 and due for release in 2008, later cancelled, but both versions was available on the old site player and the Euro Radio Edit is currently available on the current site player; Released to compilations in 2008)
  • No Angels Fly (Announced as a title of an upcoming song on Baby Alice's website in 2007; Former vocalist Sandra confirmed that the song was an idea of Baby Alice's, however, the lyrics were never written and it was never recorded)

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