Seven Doors Hotel

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"Seven Doors Hotel"
Single by Europe
from the album Europe
B-side "Words of Wisdom"
Released 1983
Genre
Length 5:17
Label Victor Records
Writer(s) Joey Tempest
Producer(s) Europe, Erik Videgård, Thomas Erdtman
Europe singles chronology
"Seven Doors Hotel"
(1983)
"Lyin' Eyes"
(1983)
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"Seven Doors Hotel", written by Joey Tempest, was the first single released from the Swedish heavy metal band Europe's self-titled debut album. It was a big hit in Japan, reaching the Top 10. It was one of the first songs he ever wrote.

Tempest was inspired to write the song after seeing the Italian horror film The Beyond.[1]

In 1985 Europe recorded a new version of the song, which was used as a B-side for the single "Rock the Night".

Personnel[edit]

1983 version[edit]

1985 version[edit]

  • Joey Tempest − vocals
  • John Norum − guitars
  • John Levén − bass guitar
  • Mic Michaeli − keyboards
  • Ian Haugland − drums

References[edit]

  1. ^ 1982-1992 (CD booklet). Europe. Epic Records. 1993. EPC 473589-1. 

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