Seven Sisters (Meja album)

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For the 2010 album by Beta Radio, see Seven Sisters (Beta Radio album).
Seven Sisters
Studio album by Meja
Released 1998
Genre Pop
Label Sony Music
Meja chronology
Meja
(1996)
Seven Sisters
(1998)
Realitales
(2000)

Seven Sisters is Meja's second studio album as a solo artist, released in 1998. Again she collaborated with Billy Steinberg, along with her producer Douglas Carr and Jörgen Elofsson. The album came to be her international breakthrough with her massive hit “All 'Bout the Money” . The song was released world wide and gave her awards such as “Best Album of the Year” “Best selling scandinavial artist” at the World Music Awards in Monte Carlo and “Best Pop Album” The album also features singles like “Intimacy” and “Pop & Television” The album sold approximately 1 million units worldwide. “All About the Money” was also featured as a soundtrack to the Chevy Chase movie Funny Money in 2006. The album was produced by Douglas Carr.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Lay Me Down"
  2. "All 'Bout the Money"
  3. "Are You Ready?"
  4. "Too Many Nights Late"
  5. "Beautiful Girl"
  6. "Intimacy"
  7. "Luxury"
  8. "Pop & Television"
  9. "Daughter of Mornin'"
  10. "Caught Up in the Middle"
  11. "Lullaby Song"
  12. "Seven Sisters Road"
  13. "Don't Push the River"
  14. "Do the Angels Have a Home"