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Roxette - How Do You Do!
 
Country Sweden
Year 1992
Date of release 07/03/1992
Format CDS
Label EMI
Number 8650042

Note: CDS in a cardboard sleeve
This release has been viewed 925 times.


Title
1.How do you do! 3:12
2.Fading like a flower (Live) 3:55
 
Description:

How Do You Do! was the first single taken from Roxette's album Tourism and it was released in order to increase the interest for "The Summer Joyrde Tour '92!" which took place in Europe in the summer of 1992.

The single includes a live version of the song Fading Like A Flower (Every Time You Leave) which is not included on the album and is unavailable anywhere else.

How Do You Do! was the last single by Roxette that was made in Sweden, both on vinyl and on CD, as after this all singles were imported to Sweden from The Netherlands.

On the Swedish vinyl single the run-off groove has the following message engraved: "BLIHAFI".
The message has a meaning but Per Gessle wishes it to remain a secret.