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I Call Your Name (Reissue) (1)
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Roxette - Salvation   (Promo)
 
Country France
Year 1999
Date of release 11/22/1999
Format 12''
Label EMI
Number 8881456

Note: Promotion 12'' in a plain white paper sleeve
This release has been viewed 1842 times.


Title
Side A
A)Salvation (Single Version) 4:04
Side B
B)Salvation (Single Version) 4:04
 
Description:

Salvation was the last single from Roxette's album Have A Nice Day and it was only released in Europe.

Salvation was chosen as the main theme for the Swedish movie "Dykaren" but no soundtrack for this movie was released.

The songs See Me and the Crash! Boom! Bang!-version of Crazy About You were only included on this CDS and are unavailable anywhere else.

A Swedish promotion CDS of Salvation was made in a batch of 150 copies and it came in a plastic case sleeve with a small sticker on. The reason for this was that EMI Sweden needed some promotion singles to send to radio stations and they could not wait until they received the promotion singles from The Netherlands.