20 år med oss – Vem é dé du vill ha

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20 år med oss – Vem é dé du vill ha
Kikki, Bettan, Lotta - 20 år med oss – Vem é dé du vill ha.jpg
Compilation album by Kikki, Bettan & Lotta
Released 8 March 2002
Recorded 1978–2002
Genre Country, Pop
Label Mariann Grammofon AB
Producer Bert Karlsson
Kikki, Bettan & Lotta chronology
20 år med oss – Vem é dé du vill ha
Live från Rondo

20 år med oss – Vem é dé du vill ha is a compilation album from the singers Kikki Danielsson, Elisabeth Andreassen and Lotta Engberg, who then sang together as the trio "Kikki, Bettan & Lotta". It was released on 8 March 2002[1] and sold gold in Norway and Sweden, in Norway this happened the second week after it released there. The album reached the 3rd place at the Norwegian album chart.

"Vem é dé du vill ha" is the only song on this album that the trio sing together all three. However, the album also contains songs who Kikki Danielsson and Elisabeth Andreassen sang together in the Swedish pop group "Chips" in the early 1980s. The album also contained four new songs, "Vem é dé du vill ha" by Kikki, Bettan & Lotta, "Hela världen öppnar sig" and "Klia mej på ryggen" by Lotta and "Easy Come, Easy Go" and "Jag har börjat leva nu" by Kikki. However, "Klia mej på ryggen" was a cover version, where the original was in the Danish language and named "Klo meg lidt på ryggen".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Vem é dé du vill ha" Kikki, Bettan & Lotta  
2. "Fri" Kikki  
3. "Hela världen öppnar sig" Lotta  
4. "Dag efter dag" Chips  
5. "Då lyser en sol" Bettan  
6. "100%" Lotta  
7. "Our Love is over" Chips  
8. "La det swinge" Bobbysocks!  
9. "Klia mej på ryggen (Klo meg lidt på ryggen)" Lotta  
10. "Bra vibrationer" Kikki  
11. "Ängel i natt (The Power of Love)" Bettan  
12. "Fyra Bugg & en Coca Cola" Lotta  
13. "Easy Come, Easy Go" Kikki  
14. "Lys og varme" Bettan  
15. "Juliette & Jonathan" Lotta  
16. "Jag har börjat leva nu" Kikki  
17. "Together Again" Bettan  
18. "Miss Decibel" Wizex  
19. "Sankta Cecilia" Lotta & Göran Folkestad  
20. "I evighet" Bettan  

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (1981) Peak position
Sweden 3[2]


  1. ^ "20 år med oss" (in Swedish). Svensk mediedatabas. 2002. Retrieved 8 January 2010. 
  2. ^ "20 år med oss". Norwegiancharts. 2002. Retrieved 7 October 2007.