Attention!

Attention!
Attention!
Studio album by Alexander Klaws
Released March 10, 2006
Genre Pop, rock
Label Sony BMG
Alexander Klaws chronology
Here I AM
(2004)
Attention!
(2006)
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Attention! was the third studio album from pop music singer Alexander Klaws, and was released in 2006. From this album, two singles were released; "All (I Ever Want)" & "Not like You".

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Beautiful Show"   Alex Geringas, Sandi Strmljan 3:13
2. "Stay"   Mats Tärnfors, Fredrik Willstrand,
Paul Rein
3:53
3. "Celebrity Queen"   Michelle Leonard 3:45
4. "This Is What It Feels Like"   Nicky Chinn, Jörgen Elofsson 4:22
5. "Not Like You (Long Radio Version)"   Nick Jarl, Alexander Kronlund,
Kurt49
3:43
6. "Love At First Sight"   Ivo Moring, Mirko von Schlieffen,
Daniel Hall
4:07
7. "Missing You"   Mirko von Schlieffen, Ivo Moring,
Terri Bjerre
3:35
8. "All (I Ever Want) feat. Sabrina Weckerlin"   Rob Bolland
(english text: Klaus Hirschburger)
3:16
9. "My Heart Is On The Run"   Nick Jarl, David Stenmarck, Sharon
Vaughn
4:14
10. "Love Is The One"   Niklas Bergwall, Niklas Kings 4:00
11. "If I'm Not The One"   Graham Kearns, Howard Newm,
Peter Gordeno
4:06
12. "Not Enough"   Tina Harris, Mo (Moritz Bernhard),
C. Gardner
2:46



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