(88697704092) released 2010 by Sony Music / Columbia Sweden
Sweden : Sony Music / Columbia -
compact disc - 88697704092
Erik Grönwall (vocals)
Peter Mansson (drums, percussion, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, keyboards,
Frederik Thomander (bass, piano, keyboards, backing vocals)
Anders Wikström (electric guitar, acoustic guitar, backing vocals)
Erik Martensson (electric guitar and backing vocals on track 06)
Johan Becker (backing vocals on track 06 and 11)
Mattias Bylund (string arrangement on track 07, 12; organ on 07;
Wurlitzer on 12)
Mattias Johansson (violin on track 07 and 12)
David Bukovinsky (cello on track 07 and 12)
Produced by Peter Mansson, Frederik
Thomander and Anders Wikström.
Track 06 and 12 Produced by Peter Mansson
and Frederik Thomander.
Recorded at MIR, Epicentre and Thunderbay Studios.
Mixed by Peter Mansson and Frederik Thomander at MIR Studios.
Mastered by Mats "Limpan" Lindfors at Cutting Room.
Strings recorded and edited by Mattias
Bylund in Studio Elevator Nobody, Gothenburg, Sweden.
Extra NOTES :
Erik Grönwall (born December 3,
1987) is a Swedish singer and songwriter.
September 2009 he auditioned for "Idols" Sweden, where
he performed a stunning acoustic version of SKID ROW's "18
and Life". ("18
and Life" at YouTube.com)
During the quarter-final at the Malmö Arena, Sweden (November
2009) Erik Grönwall performed KISS "Shout It out
Loud". In December 2009, he won Swedish Idols.
During several of the shows he received standing ovations from
the jury for his performances. His first single,
"Higher", sold gold on digital downloads after only
three days. His first self titled album, "Erik Grönwall",
was released just ten days after the finals and debuted at
number one on the Swedish charts and was certified platinum.
Studio versions of Erik Grönwall covers of "Shout it Out
Loud" and "18 and Life" both appears on his debut
album, which was releases by Sony BMG Sweden, December 2009.
Paul Stanley and songwriter Andreas Carlsson collaborated on the track "Timeless," which is featured on the album
"Somewhere Between A Rock And A Hard Place" from Swedish Idol winner Erik Grönwall.
Paul Stanley previously co-wrote five tracks with Andreas Carlsson for his 2006 solo album,
To Win," including the title track.
According to Andreas Carlsson the song was written with Paul Stanley the first time they met, and Erik's recording is stunning.
Other Paul Stanley / Andreas Carlsson collaborations can be
found on Silbermond’s
2004 album " “Verschwende Deine Zeit” and Bad
Candy’s self titled debut album.