Cinderella (Sweetbox song)

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"Cinderella"
Cinderella Sweetbox RS.jpg
Single by Sweetbox
from the album Classified
Released April 23, 2001
Format CD single
Genre Pop, Classical
Length 13:38
Label BMG
Songwriter(s) Geo, Jade Villalon, Anne Braendeland, Jarl Aanestad
Producer(s) Geoman
Sweetbox singles chronology
"Boyfriend"
(2001) Boyfriend2001
"Cinderella"
(2001) Cinderella2001
"Read My Mind"
(2002) Read My Mind2002

Cinderella is the fourth and final single by Sweetbox from the album Classified, with Jade Villalon as a frontwoman.[1][2] The song is based on Telemann's Concerto in D major for trumpet and piano.[3]

One of its remixes can be found on the compilation album Best Of Sweetbox (2005) and on the remix album Best of 12" Collection (2006), another remix is on the album Sweet Reggae Mix (2008), a demo version can be found on Rare Tracks (2008).

The song was composed by Geoman, Villalon, Anne Braendeland and Jarl Aanestad.

Track listing[edit]

Standard Edition
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Cinderella" Geoman, Villalon, Anne Braendeland, Jarl Aanestad 3:16
2. "How Does It Feel" Geoman, Villalon 4:02
3. "Brown Haired Boy" Geoman, Villalon 3:04
4. "Cinderella (Instrumental)" Geoman, Villalon, Anne Braendeland, Jarl Aanestad 3:16
Total length: 13:38
Official Versions
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Cinderella (From Classified)" Geoman, Villalon, Anne Braendeland, Jarl Aanestad 3:16
2. "Cinderella (Instrumental) (From Cinderella Single Edition)" Geoman, Villalon, Anne Braendeland, Jarl Aanestad 3:16
3. "Cinderella (Unreleased Demo) (From Rare Tracks)" Geoman, Villalon, Anne Braendeland, Jarl Aanestad 3:16
4. "Cinderella (Electric Spice Mix) (From Best Of 12" Collection)" Geoman, Villalon, Anne Braendeland, Jarl Aanestad 3:04
5. "Cinderella (Boom! Me Run Remix) (From Sweet Reggae Mix)" Geoman, Villalon, Anne Braendeland, Jarl Aanestad 3:22
Total length: 16:14

Charts[edit]

Chart (2001) Peak
position
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[4] 56
Germany (Official German Charts)[5] 49

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