This Is Pop Music
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This Is Pop Music is the third album by the Norwegian singer/songwriter Espen Lind and the second released under his name. Three singles were released for the album: "Black Sunday", "Life Is Good", and "Where the Lost Ones Go", the latter a duet with Sissel Kyrkjebø. "Where the Lost Ones Go" had previously been released on Sissel's album, All Good Things.
The album was initially considered a commercial disappointment, not selling as well as the previous album, Red, did.
- "Life is Good" was released as a single in Germany but only managed to peak to the bottom of the singles chart.
- "Where the Lost Ones Go" was released in the Netherlands, enjoying moderate success.
- "Joni Mitchell on the Radio"
- "Where the Lost Ones Go"
- "Black Sunday"
- "Coming Home"
- "Everything's Falling Apart"
- "Everybody Says"
- "The Dolphin Club"
- "I Want You"
- "This Is the Time! This Is the Place!"
- "Life Is Good"
- "Pop From Hell"
In the Norwegian version, "Where the Lost Ones Go" was removed from the album.