The Centre of the Heart

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"The Centre Of The Heart"
Single by Roxette
from the album Room Service
Released March 19, 2001
Format CD
Genre Pop
Length 03:22
Label EMI
Writer(s) Per Gessle
Producer(s) Clarence Öfwerman
Certification Platinum (Sweden)
Roxette singles chronology
"Salvation"
(1999)
"The Centre of the Heart"
(2001)
"Real Sugar"
(2001)
Remix cover
The Centre of The Heart Remix cover

"The Centre of the Heart" is a song by Swedish duo Roxette's 2001 album Room Service. The single was only released commercially in Europe, except in the UK. It was the group's third #1 in Sweden where it remained on the top spot for 4 weeks. However, its success was limited elsewhere, not managing to reach higher than the top 30 or top 40 in most European countries.

The song was originally considered as the first single from the group's Have a Nice Day album in 1999 but ultimately became an outtake.

On 23 February 2001, Roxette performed "The Centre of the Heart" at the break during the Swedish Melodifestivalen 2001.

A remix CD was released to promote the single.

The Stonebridge ClubMix of this song was featured in Dance Dance Revolution 6th Mix: Max in 2001[1]

Music video[edit]

The video directed by Jonas Åkerlund, was shot at The Madonna Inn in California. It is the most expensive Roxette video ever produced.[citation needed] Roxette are seen performing from a room inside The Madonna Inn.

Track listing[edit]

European Maxi CD[2]

  1. "The Centre of the Heart" — 3:22
  2. "Entering Your Heart" — 3:59

European Maxi CD Remix[3]

  1. "The Centre of the Heart" (Original Version) — 3:21
  2. "The Centre of the Heart" (Stonebridge Club Mix Edit) — 3:37
  3. "The Centre of the Heart" (Stonebridge Club Mix) — 7:49
  4. "The Centre of the Heart" (Yoga Remix) — 3:29
  5. "The Centre of the Heart" (Stonebridge Peak Hour Dub) — 6:36
  6. "The Centre of the Heart" (Stonebridge More Vox Dub) — 6:36

Charts[edit]

Chart (2001) Peak
position
Certification
Swedish Singles Chart 1[4] Platinum[5]
Preceded by
"Romeo" by Shebamg
Swedish number one single
March 29, 2001 - April 26, 2001 (4 weeks)
Succeeded by
"Need To Know (Eenie Meenie Miny Moe)" by Excellence

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