Love Made Me Do It

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Love Made Me Do It
Elin Lanto Love Made Me Do It.jpg
Studio album by Elin Lanto
Released Sweden 5 May 2010
Recorded 2008 – 2010
Genre Electropop, synthpop, pop rock
Length 37:40
Label Catchy Tunes
Elin Lanto chronology
One
(2005)One2005
Love Made Me Do It
(2010)
Singles from Love Made Me Do It
  1. "Speak n' Spell"
    Released: 14 February 2008
  2. "My Favourite Pair of Jeans"
    Released: 7 August 2008
  3. "Discotheque"
    Released: 30 October 2008
  4. "Love Made Me Stupid"
    Released: 19 November 2009
  5. "Doctor, Doctor"
    Released: 20 February 2010
  6. "Tickles"
    Released: 19 April 2010
  7. "Funeral[1]"

Love Made Me Do It is the second studio album by Swedish singer Elin Lanto. The album will see a digital release on 3 May 2010, followed by a physical release on 5 May 2010.[2] The album demonstrates Lanto's move from her previous pop work, most notably from her debut album One which was released in 2005, to rock-influenced synthpop.

Track list[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Hater"Tony Nilsson, Mirja Breitholtz3:07
2."Funeral"Tony Nilsson, Henrik Jansson3:33
3."Tickles"Per Aldeheim, Mårten Tromm3:21
4."Doctor Doctor"Tony Nilsson, Mirja Breitholtz3:01
5."Alien"Tony Nilsson3:51
6."Love Made Me Stupid"Tony Nilsson, Hawksley Workman3:41
7."Toy Boy"Tony Nilsson, Steffan Olsson3:01
8."Give It All Up"Tony Nilsson, Lisa Lövbrand3:30
9."Good Stuff"Linda Sundblad, Robin Lynch, Niklas Olovson3:10
10."My Favourite Pair of Jeans"Tony Nilsson, Greg Johnston2:56
11."Singing Goodbye"Tony Nilsson, Henrick Jansson, Elin Lanto4:18

Bonus tracks

No.TitleLength
12."Speak n' Spell"3:21
13."Discotheque"3:04

Singles[edit]

Since 2008, Lanto has released 3 singles which are not included on her debut album One and it is currently unknown whether or not these singles, namely: "Speak 'n Spell"; "My Favourite Pair of Jeans" and "Discotheque", will feature on her second album. Lanto said of these tracks "We haven’t really decided yet if they ["Speak 'n Spell"; "Discotheque"] will be on there. When I recorded ‘Discotheque’ and ‘Speak N Spell’, we were doing songs that were more disco. But the new songs are more pop and rock, with a bit of punk in there. So we’ll have to record them again if we want them on the album."[3]

  • "Love Made Me Stupid" - Lanto uploaded the song onto her official website and myspace on 9 November 2009 then the official music video was released to YouTube on 19 November 2009. The video was directed by Robinovich. The single was released as a promo to showcase her musical genre shift. The song is expected to be released in the UK and France shortly.[2]
  • "Doctor, Doctor" - This song was Lanto's Melodifestivalen 2010 entry. Lanto performed the song on 20 February 2010 in Scandinavium, Gothenburg. Her song came 7th out of 8 and was therefore eliminated from the competition.
  • "Tickles" - Lanto's third song was released on 19 April 2010 along with a music video which, produced by the same director to work on the Love Made Me Stupid video.
  • "Funeral" was supposed to be the last song to be released from the album. The Scandinavian single release was postponed and then cancelled, however a 7th Heaven Remix was commissioned for the clubs in January 2011. Lanto signed on the Belgian dance label ARS records ; "Funeral" was set to be eventually released commercially during the Summer 2011, but it was once again cancelled.[1]

Release history[edit]

Region Date
Sweden[2] 3 May 2010 (digital)
5 May 2010 (physical)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "I'll be daaaanciiinng!". http://www.scandipop.co.uk/. Retrieved 2010-06-29. External link in |publisher= (help)
  2. ^ a b c "An update on Elin Lanto". Scandipop.co.uk. 2010-03-30. Retrieved 2010-04-02.
  3. ^ The Elin Lanto Interview!

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