Euro IV Ever

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Euro IV Ever
2001 Euro IV Ever.jpg
Studio album by E-Type
Released November 21, 2001
Genre Eurodance, Pop
Length 57:16 (iTunes)
Label Stockholm Records
Producer Max Martin
E-Type chronology
Greatest Hits
(1999)
Euro IV Ever
(2001)
Loud Pipes Save Lives
(2004)

Euro IV Ever is the fourth studio album by Swedish singer-songwriter E-Type, which was released in 2001. It contains hit songs Life, Africa and Campione 2000. That song was made as the official song of the 2000 UEFA European Football Championship. Worldwide the album sold 2.5 million copies. It is E-Type's second best selling album ever.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Norby IV Ever" (Live at Dreamland)E-Type
  • E-Type
  • Daniel Papalexis
  • Kadir Taysir[a]
1:28
2."Life" (featuring Na Na)
  • E-Type
  • Mud
3:42
3."Africa" (radio version) (featuring Na Na)
  • E-Type
  • Mud
  • Amatiello
  • Papalexis
  • Rami
  • Martin
3:38
4."Banca Banca"
  • E-Type
  • Mud
  • Rob 'n' Raz
  • Lars "Lurch" Sander[a]
3:05
5."Arabian Star" (Live at Dreamland) (featuring Na Na)
  • E-Type
  • Mud
  • Papalexis
  • E-Type
  • Taysir[a]
3:52
6."When I Close My Eyes" (featuring Na Na)
  • E-Type
  • Mud
Patrik Henzel4:07
7."Loneliness - Ring the Alarm"E-Type
  • Papalexis
  • E-Type
  • Taysir[a]
3:25
8."Star"
  • E-Type
  • Mud
  • Peter Boström
  • Joakim Udd
4:15
9."Time" (featuring Na Na)
  • E-Type
  • Mud
Tremolo4:14
10."No More Tears" (featuring Na Na)
  • E-Type
  • Mud
Vasco & Millboy3:37
11."Borschstjii" (featuring Marki-Markki The Dragon Killer)E-TypeE-Type4:02
12."Campione 2000" (bonus track)
  • Kent Brainerd
  • Rick Blaskey
  • E-Type
  • Mud
  • Brainerd
  • E-Type
  • Amatiello
3:33
13."Oh Weda" (song from Sveakampen)E-TypeE-Type1:56
Notes
  • ^a signifies a co-producer

Chart positions[edit]

Chart Peak Position Sales & Certifications
Swedish Albums Chart[1] 2. Platinum 70.000 + Units
Finnish Albums Chart[1] 3. Platinum 40.000 + Units
Norwegian Albums Chart[1] 7. Gold 25.000 + Units
US Billboard Hot 200[citation needed] 17. Gold 500.000 + Units
Irish Albums Chart[citation needed] 10. 7000 + Units
French Albums Chart[citation needed] 13. Gold 100.000 + Units
Japanese Albums Chart[citation needed] 16. Gold 100.000 + Units
Canadian Albums Chart[citation needed] 9. Gold 50.000 + Units

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Euro IV Ever at AllMusic