Prototype (Bodies Without Organs album)

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Prototype
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Studio album by BWO
Released March 9, 2005
Genre Pop, Synthpop
Label Capital
EMI
Producer Alexander Bard, Anders Hansson
BWO chronology
Prototype
(2005)
Halcyon Days
(2006)
Singles from Prototype
  1. "Living in a Fantasy"
    Released: May 2004
  2. "Conquering America"
    Released: October 2004
  3. "Sixteen Tons of Hardware"
    Released: February 2005
  4. "Gone"
    Released: May 2005
  5. "Open Door"
    Released: June 2005
  6. "Sunshine in the Rain"
    Released: August 2005
  7. "Voodoo Magic"
    Released: December 2005

Prototype is BWO's first studio album and was released in March 2005. It was a huge success in Sweden, selling over 80,000 copies – and attained platinum status. Most of the album was written by Alexander Bard and Anders Hansson, but "Son Of A Gun", "Open Door" and "Say I Love You" were also written by Martin Rolinski. Marina Schiptjenko co-wrote "Voodoo Magic" with Bard and Hansson. A mix of "Voodoo Magic" is featured in the Swedish vampire flick Frostbiten. Prototype remains the group's best-selling album, going globally approximately 700,000 units.

Track listing[edit]

CD[edit]

  1. Sixteen Tons of Hardware (3:29)
  2. Conquering America (3:21)
  3. Son of a Gun (3:26)
  4. Open Door (Ballad Version) (3:30)
  5. Walking the Night (3:51)
  6. Voodoo Magic (3:42)
  7. Sunshine in the Rain (4:02)
  8. Riding Through the Night (3:51)
  9. Say I Love You (4:21)
  10. Rhythm Divine (3:38)
  11. European Psycho (3:40)
  12. Living in a Fantasy (3:57)
  13. Gone (2:58)
  14. Open Door (Disco Version) (3:41)
  15. Sixteen Tons of Hardware (Johan S Remix) (3:27)
  16. Conquering America (Johan S Remix) (3:15)