Caramell

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Caramell
Malin Sundström "Hallow'een Happening" Café Opera 1998.jpg
Malin Sundström (by herself) in a Hallowe'en procession at Café Opera in 1998.
Background information
Origin Sweden
Genres Eurodance, Bubblegum dance
Years active 1998–2002
Labels Remixed Records
Past members Jorge Vasconcelo
Juha Myllylä
Katia Löfgren
Malin Sundström

Caramell was a Swedish musical group, formed by singers Katia Löfgren and Malin Sundström, and producers Jorge "Vasco" Vasconcelo and Juha "Millboy" Myllylä.[1] All except Vasconcelo (who is of Chilean descent) and Myllylä (who is of Finnish descent) come from Sweden. They are best known for their song "Caramelldansen," which means "The Caramell Dance", from Caramell's Supergott album. Caramell was disbanded in 2002. Since then, they are on hiatus.

Discography[edit]

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Singles[edit]

  • Om du var min (2 Apr 1999)
  • Efter plugget (18 Jun 1999)
  • Jag ser på dig (30 Jul 1999)
  • Explodera (som dynamit) (10 Dec 1999)
  • Vad heter du? (29 Jun 2001)
  • Ooa hela natten (1 Feb 2002)
  • Allra basta vanner (19 Apr 2002)
  • Caramelldansen (7 Jun 2002)
  • Caramelldancing (21 Jun 2002)
  • Caramelltanzen (19 Jul 2002)
  • Boogie Bam Dance - EP (2 Aug 2002)
  • Caramelldancing (Christmas Version) (29 Nov 2002)

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