Made in Sweden (album)

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Made In Sweden
Studio album by E-Type
Released October 31, 1994 (Sweden)
April 30, 1996 (U.S.)
Genre Eurodance
Length 43:07
Label Stockholm Records 523 930-2
Ils International (U.S.)
Producer E-Type, Denniz PoP, Max Martin, Amadin
E-Type chronology
Made In Sweden
The Explorer
(1996)The Explorer1996

Made In Sweden is the debut album by Swedish singer-songwriter E-Type, released by Stockholm Records on October 31, 1994.

Track listing[edit]

1."Made in Sweden"E-TypePerformed by Mr. Maple 
2."Set the World on Fire" (featuring Na Na)E-Type, MudChorus vocals by Nana Hedin 
3."This Is the Way" (featuring Na Na)E-Type, MudChorus vocals by Nana Hedin, Jeanette Söderholm and Max Martin 
4."So der a com"E-Type, Mud, Herbie, Chilly WhiteChorus vocals by Chilly White and Hanna Wangard 
5."Fight It Back" (featuring Na Na)E-Type, MudChorus vocals by Nana Hedin and Max Martin 
6."Until the End" (featuring Na Na)E-Type, MudChorus vocals by Nana Hedin, Birgitta Edoff and Max Martin 
7."When Religion Comes to Town"E-Type, MudChorus vocals by Charoula 
8."Will I See You Again?" (featuring Na Na)E-Type, MudChorus vocals by Nana Hedin 
9."Do You Always (Have to Be Alone)?" (featuring Na Na)E-TypeChorus vocals by Nana Hedin 
10."Russian Lullaby"Jonas "Joker" Berggren, E-TypeChorus vocals by Max Martin, Jonas "Joker" Berggren and Jeanette Söderholm 
11."Me No Want Miseria (Take That to the End)" (featuring Na Na)E-Type, Herbie, Max MartinChorus vocals by Nana Hedin 
12."Set the World Unplugged"E-Type, MudChorus vocals by Kristina Hansson and Terese Westlund 


Chart Peak
French Albums Chart 12
Swedish Albums Chart[1] 2


  • Co-producer – E-Type
  • Design [Sleeve] – Mikael P. Eriksson, Reagera, Tomas Perman [D.D.D]
  • Executive producer – Denniz Pop
  • Lyrics by – E-Type, Mud (3) (tracks: 2 to 8, 10, 12)
  • Mastered by – Björn Engelmann
  • Music by – E-Type (tracks: 1 to 9, 11, 12)
  • Producer – Denniz PoP (tracks: 2 to 5, 11), E-Type (tracks: 1, 7, 10, 12), Max Martin (tracks: 3, 5, 9 to 11)[2]


  1. ^ "Made In Sweden", Swedish Albums Chart (Retrieved February 8, 2008)
  2. ^ E-Type — Made In Sweden