Dancing Shoes

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Dancing Shoes
September - Dancing Shoes.jpg
Studio album by September
Released September 26, 2007 (2007-09-26)
Genre
Length 43:40
Label Catchy Tunes
Producer Jonas von der Burg
September chronology
In Orbit
(2005)In Orbit2005
Dancing Shoes
(2007)
September
(2008)September2008
Singles from Dancing Shoes
  1. "Cry for You"
    Released: November 29, 2006 (2006-11-29)
  2. "Can't Get Over"
    Released: June 20, 2007 (2007-06-20)
  3. "Until I Die"
    Released: November 7, 2007 (2007-11-07)
  4. "Because I Love You"
    Released: November 26, 2008 (2008-11-26)

Dancing Shoes is the third studio album by Swedish singer and songwriter September. It was released on 26 September 2007 on Catchy Tunes. The album was September's highest peaking album yet, peaking at #12 on the Swedish Album Chart.[1] In Poland, the album peaked at #19.

The album spawned three singles, including "Can't Get Over" and "Until I Die". Final single "Because I Love You" served as promotion for Gold, September's first compilation album for her domestic market. Dancing Shoes contains the single edit of "Cry for You" as a bonus track, with previous album In Orbit containing the song's original album version.

Dancing Shoes was nominated for a Swedish Grammis Award in the category Dance/Hip Hop/Soul of the Year.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Jonas von der Burg, Anoo Bhagavan and Niclas von der Burg.

No. Title Length
1. "Candy Love" 2:47
2. "Until I Die" 3:44
3. "My Neighbourhood" 3:04
4. "Can't Get Over" 3:02
5. "Because I Love You" 3:14
6. "Taboo" 3:44
7. "Follow Me" 3:32
8. "R.I.P." 3:49
9. "Start It Up" 3:05
10. "Just an Illusion" 3:42
11. "Sad Song" 2:57
12. "Freaking Out" 3:26
13. "Cry for You" (Single Edit) 3:30
14. "Can't Get Over" (video)  
15. "Cry for You" (video)  
Total length: 43:40

Charts[edit]

Chart Year Peak
position
Swedish Album Chart 2007 12[3]
Polish Album Chart 19[4]
Czech Album Chart 2009 33[5]

Awards[edit]

Year Ceremony Category Result
2007 MTV Europe Music Awards Best Swedish Act Nominated
2008 P3 Guld Best Female Artist Nominated
Grammis Dance/Hip Hop/Soul of the Year for Dancing Shoes Nominated[2]

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