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Gyllene Tider - Ingenting Av Vad Du Behöver
 
Country Sweden
Year 1981
Date of release 12/01/1981
Format 7''
Label Schlager
Number SCHLAG 4

Note: Limited edition 7'' on red vinyl
This release has been viewed 1451 times.


Title
Side A
A)Gyllene Tider - Ingeting av vad du behöver 4:20
Side B
B)Feliz navidad - KSMB 5:40
 
 
Description:

Ingenting Av Vad Du Behöver is a song which Gyllene Tider recorded at Studio 38 in Getinge in November 1981. Marie Fredriksson appears on backing vocals and this was the first time that Per and Marie recorded something together.

The reason for this recording was that the Swedish rock magazine Schlager wanted to release a New Year's single which eventually was sent out as a Christmas gift to subscribers of this magazine.

Ingenting av vad du behöver was not available anywhere else until 1990 when it was included as a bonus track on the CD release of the album Puls.

Only 400 copies of this red vinyl single were made but a test pressing on black vinyl in a plain white paper sleeve does also exist.