Robyn - Dream On album download
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Konichiwa Records
- Copyright (c) – Konichiwa Records
- Licensed To – Interscope Records
Notes℗ © 2008 Konichiwa Records under exclusive license to Interscope Records in the United States.
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|1796439||Christian Falk Feat. Robyn||Christian Falk Feat. Robyn - Dream On (CD, Single)||ARS Entertainment||1796439||Belgium||2009|
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Robyn is the fourth studio album by Swedish singer Robyn. It was released on April 27, 2005 by Konichiwa Records. The album represented a departure from Robyn's previous urban and R&B musical style, and explored synth-pop and dance-pop music, with inspirations from electronic duo The Knife and rock band Teddybears. It also marks Robyn's first album release on her own record label, Konichiwa Records, which she founded in 2004.
Dream On" is an electronica song written by Christian Falk, Robyn, and Klas Åhlund. The song is produced and performed by Falk, with vocals from Robyn and The Ark's Ola Salo. The song appears on Falk's 2006 album People Say and was released as a single in Sweden, and later, the United Kingdom. Dream On". Single by Christian Falk featuring Robyn and Ola Salo. The song was originally released on Christian Falk's second album People Say in 2006, and was released as a single in Sweden. Dream On" later appeared on the North American release of Robyn without Ola Salo's vocals. In a November 2008 interview with Digital Spy, Robyn said that while the song was written in 2006, "these lyrics make a lot of sense now.
Both track durations on sleeve are given as 3:08.
Robyn’s first album in eight years, Honey, is out now. I think a lot of us have been anxiously awaiting this record and dreaming of its contents for some time. Andrew: The more wounded, in-her-feelings Robyn of this album definitely does flash back to the Robyn-era singles like Dream On and With Every Heartbeat - the Robyn who would wallow in her synths, who hadn’t quite learned how to weaponize them yet. That was the Robyn that a lot of us first fell in love with in the blog-pop days of the mid-’00s - well, fell in love with for the second time, if you count the late-’90s, proto-TRL Robyn of Show Me Love and Do You Know (What It Takes) - so it’s cool to see her return, for.
Robyn - Dream On. The Swedish singer who brought us the N. hit single, With Every Heartbeat is back with her new single, Dream On. Robyn was known in the late nineties for her dance-pop hits Show Me Love and Do You Know (What it Takes) and, after ten years of absence from the UK charts, she came back in a big way last year with her massive N. single, With Every Heartbeat
Dream On, Dreamer is an Australian four piece ore band from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia formed in 2009. The band released two EPs and three albums. The first EP Set Sail, Armada was released on 3 July 2009. Almost a year later, Dream On, Dreamer published the second EP called Hope on Boomtown Records and Triple Vision Records. After signing contracts with Rise Records and UNFD the band released the debut album Heartbound in August 2011.
Robyn's willingness to experiment with album conventions may feel like an ingenious gimmick, but there's no artifice to the desire for human connection that underlies her vocal quiver and party-starting kickdrums. She communicates heartbreak so convincingly that some of her most devoted fans actually wonder online about her presumed loneliness. And for all her three-album talk, she never forgets that cardinal rule of showmanship: Always leave them wanting more.
This song is probably most well-known for being on the album Robyn, which went straight to number one in Sweden and received a nomination for Best Electronic/Dance Album at the 2009 Grammy Awards. It’s also on Kleerup’s self-titled debut, which debuted and peaked at number seven on the Swedish Albums Chart. In this song, Robyn’s broken up with a lover. She speaks of the fact that they could try and patch it up, but that it’s better not to, because they’re in a downward spiral. Despite knowing this, it doesn’t make it any easier