Saturday, October 11, 2008

You bring me back to life

Mini-update: I could be totally wrong on this, but I think--think--that Elin's "Discotheque" was written by Tony Nilsson and produced by Bassflow. I know Tony was working with Elin; I'm just not sure if this is one of his tracks, but I think it is.

Yes, Tony Nilsson and Bassflow. Tony Nilsson as in did the brilliant "Natalie" (which was my perfect Valentine's Day song before Ola's cover). Bassflow as in the brilliant remixes of Martin Stenmarck singles, Charlotte Perrelli's "Hero" and "Bullet," Bosson's "One In A Million" and "You," and basically so many great songs it's hard to believe. And together, Tony writing and Bassflow producing, as in all Ola's recent brilliant singles--"Natalie," "S.O.S.," "Love In Stereo," and "Feelgood." Tony Nilsson and Bassflow as in my oft-worshiped Swedish music creators. And I didn't think I could love them any more.

(This really is turning into the weekend of gushing. I just can't help myself.)


Alexander said...

Why am I not surprised? Why do I fall in love with everything Tony writes? Why?! TELL ME WHY, girl!

Could Elin be the next 'big' thing from Sweden? The world needs some good ol' pop from Sweden.

Poster Girl said...

Alex, I'd tell you if I knew, but I'm exactly the same way! Anything he's written, I'll buy.

I'd love it if she was! I just don't know...