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Gyllene Tider - Teaser Japanese   (Promo)
 
Country United States of America
Year 1983
Date of release 11/30/1983
Format 7''
Label Capitol
Number PB-5380

Note: Promotion 7'' in a company sleeve
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Title
Side A
A)Teaser Japanese 3:28
Side B
B)Teaser Japanese 3:28
 
Description:

Teaser Japanese was the only single taken from Gyllene Tider's album The Heartland Café and it was their first single to be released commercially as 12''.

In order to promote the single Gyllene Tider made their first (and only) promotion video.

The song Young Girl was originally written for Per Gessle's teenage idols Hep Stars and it was unavailable anywhere else until 1990 when it was included as a bonus track on the CD release of the album The Heartland Café.

Teaser Japanese was also released on 7'' in The Netherlands and in the U.S.A. under the name Roxette. In the U.S.A. the song Can You Touch Me? was chosen as the B-side but that song was not included on the mini album Heartland.