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Wounded Rhymes
Lykke Li - Wounded Rhymes album cover.jpg
Studio album by
Released25 February 2011 (2011-02-25)
Recorded2010
StudioAtlantis, Decibel and Högalid
(Stockholm, Sweden)
Genre
Length40:56
Label
ProducerBjörn Yttling
Lykke Li chronology
Youth Novels
(2008)
Wounded Rhymes
(2011)
I Never Learn
(2014)
Singles from Wounded Rhymes
  1. "Get Some"
    Released: 22 October 2010
  2. "I Follow Rivers"
    Released: 21 January 2011
  3. "Sadness Is a Blessing"
    Released: 13 May 2011
  4. "Youth Knows No Pain"
    Released: 23 September 2011

Wounded Rhymes is the second studio album by Swedish singer and songwriter Lykke Li. It was released on 25 February 2011 by LL Recordings and Atlantic Records. Written in Los Angeles and recorded in Stockholm, the album was produced by Björn Yttling of Peter Bjorn and John, who also handled production for Li's debut album, Youth Novels (2008).

Upon its release, Wounded Rhymes received acclaim from music critics, who viewed it as an improvement on its predecessor. It produced four singles, including "I Follow Rivers", which charted inside the top five in several European countries.

Background and writing

Li spent six months writing the album in the Echo Park neighbourhood of Los Angeles, while visiting the desert, rewatching Alejandro Jodorowsky's 1973 film The Holy Mountain and listening to Alan Lomax field recordings, eventually coming up with songs she calls "hypnotic, psychotic and more primal".[3] In an interview with Pitchfork on 18 November 2010, when asked if lead single "Get Some" was an indicative of the rest of the album, Li responded:

"It's just a snapshot, but the album is darker, moodier, and the lyrics are heavier. There's less atmosphere, more directness. I was 19 when I recorded my first album, and I've been exposed to many things during these last few years; all the baby fat is gone. I dove into the craziness and did things that maybe I would think twice about when I get older. And I'm a really restless person; I'm tired of the way I sounded or looked yesterday. So it's hard to hang onto this image of me as this young Swedish female in this world. People comment on how you look, it's so unnecessary. I just wanted people to listen to what I have to say instead of focusing on anything else. And, of course, there are a lot of things I'm angry about in the world."[4]

During the same interview, she also explained her decision to write the album in Los Angeles:

"I'm from Sweden so I don't enjoy winter at all; there's nothing cute about it. Right now I'm in Stockholm, and it's so fucking cold and dark. I have such a dark mood in myself already so I don't need things to be darker.

I was totally romanticizing the idea of Los Angeles when the Doors, Joni Mitchell, and Neil Young were hanging out there. I was trying to find David Lynch and Leonard Cohen with no luck. It was just more of a retreat. And Los Angeles is such a mysterious place because there's so much evil in that city, but there's also so much light. You can be totally alone on a hillside and I love that kind of secluded, deserted rawness."[4]

Li unveiled the album's artwork and track listing on her official website on 14 December 2010.[5]

Promotion

Li premiered songs from the album during live performances across Europe in late 2010.[6] She performed at Heimathafen Neukölln in Berlin on 1 November 2010,[7] at La Maroquinerie in Paris on 2 November,[8] at Heaven in London on 4 November,[9] at Kägelbanan in Stockholm on 8 November,[10] and at Klub Wytwórnia in Łódź, Poland, on 20 November.[11] Additionally, she performed at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City on 1 December 2010.[12]

Li performed "Get Some" on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on 3 March 2011,[13] on Conan on 10 March[14] and on Last Call with Carson Daly on 15 March.[15] Li also toured Europe and North America in promotion of the album, starting at El Rey Theatre at Los Angeles on 9 March 2011.[16]

Singles

"Get Some" was released on 22 October 2010 as the lead single from Wounded Rhymes.[17] Follow-up single "I Follow Rivers" premiered exclusively on Spin magazine's website on 10 January 2011,[18] and was released digitally on 21 January 2011.[19] The single reached number 44 in Li's native Sweden, while becoming a commercial success in several other European countries, reaching number one in Belgium, Germany and Italy, as well as the top five in Austria, France, Ireland, the Netherlands and Switzerland.[20][21]

"Sadness Is a Blessing" was released as the album's third single on 13 May 2011,[22] followed by "Youth Knows No Pain" on 23 September 2011.[23]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
AnyDecentMusic?8.0/10[24]
Metacritic83/100[25]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4/5 stars[1]
The A.V. ClubB+[26]
Entertainment WeeklyA[27]
The Guardian4/5 stars[28]
Los Angeles Times3.5/4 stars[29]
MSN Music (Expert Witness)A−[30]
NME7/10[31]
Pitchfork8.3/10[32]
Rolling Stone4/5 stars[33]
Spin8/10[34]

Wounded Rhymes received widespread acclaim from music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream publications, the album received an average score of 83, based on 34 reviews, which indicates "universal acclaim".[25] Corey Beasley of PopMatters described it as "a dark record, borne of lost love and youthful frustrations, more suited in tone to the frozen lake country than the haze of sunny SoCal. It means this is a seriously heavy and seriously excellent album."[35] K. Ross Hoffman of AllMusic wrote that Li "hasn't entirely let go of her girlish sweetness, and she certainly hasn't lost her way with a melodic hook, but she's largely outgrown the more cloyingly precious, occasionally clumsy tendencies that sometimes plagued her debut, and her singing voice, while still appealingly personable and distinctive, has gotten considerably more forceful", while praising the album as "an inspired, rugged, smart, emotive, coolly modern piece of indie pop, and an improvement on Lykke Li's debut in just about every respect."[1]

Rolling Stone critic Jody Rosen dubbed the album "a weird-pop gem" containing "torchy love songs that nod to Sixties hits but are stretched into all kinds of shapes."[33] The Observer's Hermione Hoby lauded it as "a formidable collection of all-woman 21st-century torch songs that reverberate with vengeance and desolation. The arrangements are still stark and driven by syncopated handclaps and off-kilter drums, but now, voice creaking with heartache, she sounds like she's casting dark spells rather than serenading daydreams."[36] Kevin Liedel of Slant Magazine expressed that the album "is not so much a stylistic departure as it is a stark transformation of mood: Though still an expert dabbler in gravelly electro-pop, Li sounds positively dangerous now, her voice tormented, biting, and weapon-like, and her accompaniments following suit."[2] Sean Fennessey of Spin stated that the album is "equal parts seething ice princess and lonely snowwoman, vacillating almost track by track between fury and despondence over a scotched relationship", adding that "[t]he dual objectives—weep for me, fear me—collide throughout, creating a dicey, but gripping album."[34]

In a review for Pitchfork, Stephen M. Deusner viewed Wounded Rhymes as "an album of stark, scintillating contrasts: between fantasy and reality, between the powerful and the vulnerable, between the brash and the quiet, between the rhythmic and the melodic."[32] Amanda Petrusich of Entertainment Weekly commented, "While her 2008 breakout, Youth Novels, was quirky and coy, Wounded Rhymes is hungry, dark, dirty."[27] Jazz Monroe of NME concluded that "for all its wailing codas, swollen strings and silky production, Wounded Rhymes, while a bold statement, doesn't quite strike the same lugubrious groove. But while we bemoan flash-in-the-pan pop stars, it's encouraging to see someone like Lykke sparking attention."[31] August Brown of the Los Angeles Times felt that the album is "full of charged contradictions. She's a mediocre singer with a very interesting voice, a fan of classic handmade pop and the ways laptops can serrate it, and a writer obsessed with sex and with sexing up obsession."[29]

Commercial performance

As of January 2012, UK sales stand at 26,391 copies.[37] As of 2014 it had sold 97,000 copies in United States.[38]

Accolades

PublicationListRank
ClashThe Top 40 Albums of 2011[39]19
ClashThe Top 100 Albums of Clash's Lifetime[40]79
DIYAlbums of 2011[41]16
Drowned in SoundFavourite Albums of 2011[42]35
Entertainment Weekly10 Best Albums of 2011[43]3
The GuardianThe Best Albums of 2011[44]32
MojoTop 50 Albums of 2011[45]28
musicOMHTop 50 Albums of 2011[46]34
The New York TimesBest Albums of 2011[47]8
PasteThe 50 Best Albums of 2011[48]28
PitchforkThe Top 50 Albums of 2011[49]43
PopMattersThe 75 Best Albums of 2011[50]23
QTop 50 Albums of 2011[51]26
Slant MagazineThe 25 Best Albums of 2011[52]2
Spin50 Best Albums of 2011[53]10
Under the RadarTop 80 Albums of 2011[54]70
The Village VoicePazz & Jop 2011[55]38

Track listing

All lyrics are written by Lykke Li.

No.TitleMusicLength
1."Youth Knows No Pain"2:59
2."I Follow Rivers"
  • Li
  • Yttling
  • Nowels
3:48
3."Love Out of Lust"
  • Li
  • Yttling
  • Nowels
4:43
4."Unrequited Love"
  • Li
  • Yttling
3:11
5."Get Some"
  • Li
  • Yttling
3:22
6."Rich Kids Blues"
  • Li
  • Yttling
3:01
7."Sadness Is a Blessing"
  • Li
  • Yttling
  • Nowels
4:00
8."I Know Places"
  • Li
  • Yttling
6:06
9."Jerome"
  • Li
  • Yttling
  • Nowels
4:22
10."Silent My Song"
  • Li
  • Yttling
5:24
Total length:40:56
Nordic iTunes Store bonus track[56]
No.TitleMusicLength
11."Made You Move"
  • Li
  • Yttling
2:46
Total length:43:42
iTunes Store deluxe edition bonus tracks[57] (except Nordic countries)
No.TitleMusicLength
11."Made You Move"
  • Li
  • Yttling
2:46
12."Untitled" (video) 3:32
13."Get Some (With Knives)" (video) 3:25
14."The Only" (pre-order only[58])
  • Li
  • Yttling
3:50
Total length:54:29
Japanese edition bonus tracks[59]
No.TitleMusicLength
11."Made You Move"
  • Li
  • Yttling
2:46
12."I Follow Rivers" (acoustic)
  • Li
  • Yttling
  • Nowels
3:20
13."Jerome" (acoustic)
  • Li
  • Yttling
  • Nowels
3:45
Total length:50:47
10th Anniversary digital edition bonus tracks[60]
No.TitleMusicLength
11."Made You Move"
  • Li
  • Yttling
2:46
12."Youth Knows No Pain" (The Lost Sessions Full Version)
  • Li
  • Yttling
  • Nowels
6:16
13."Jerome" (The Lost Sessions)
  • Li
  • Yttling
  • Nowels
3:49
14."I Follow Rivers" (The Lost Sessions)
  • Li
  • Yttling
  • Nowels
3:22
15."I Follow Rivers" (The Magician Remix)
4:39
16."I Follow Rivers" (Tyler, the Creator Remix)
3:42
Total length:1:05:30

Note

  • The vinyl version of the 10th anniversary edition does not include the track "Made You Move".[61]

Personnel

Credits adapted from the liner notes of Wounded Rhymes.[62]

Musicians

  • Lykke Li – vocals (all tracks); percussion (track 2)
  • Zhala Rifat – backing vocals (tracks 1–7, 9, 10)
  • Mariam Wallentin – backing vocals (tracks 1–7, 9, 10)
  • Björn Yttling – bass (tracks 1–3, 5–7, 9); organ (tracks 1–3, 7, 9, 10); percussion (tracks 1–3, 5, 7, 9); backing vocals (tracks 2, 6, 8, 10); piano (tracks 2, 5, 9, 10); guitars (tracks 2–4, 6–9)
  • Rick Nowels – guitar (track 1); organ (tracks 3, 7); piano (track 7)
  • Lars Skoglund – drums (tracks 1–3, 5–7, 9, 10); percussion (tracks 1, 7)
  • John Eriksson – drums (tracks 1, 2, 5, 7); percussion (tracks 1, 2, 4–6, 9, 10)
  • Dag Lundquist – percussion (tracks 1, 2, 7)
  • Anders Stenberg – guitar (tracks 5, 6); backing vocals (tracks 6, 10)
  • Micke Svensson – percussion (track 5); organ (track 6); guitar (track 10)
  • Dean Reid – percussion (track 7)
  • Lasse Mårtén – percussion (track 9)

Technical

  • Björn Yttling – production, recording
  • Lasse Mårtén – mixing, recording
  • Janne Hansson – recording
  • Hans Stenlund – recording
  • Henrik Jonsson – mastering

Artwork

Charts

Release history

RegionDateEditionLabelRef.
Australia25 February 2011StandardWarner[85]
Ireland[86]
NetherlandsWarner[87]
France28 February 2011[88]
United Kingdom
  • LL
  • Atlantic
[89]
Canada1 March 2011Warner[90]
United StatesAtlantic[91]
Sweden2 March 2011LL[92]
Germany4 March 2011Warner[93]
Italy8 March 2011[94]
Japan22 June 2011[59]
Netherlands2 March 2012Special[95]
France9 April 2012[96]
Germany6 July 2012[97]
Italy14 February 2013[98]
Various16 July 202110th Anniversary (digital)
  • LL
  • Atlantic
[99]
15 October 202110th Anniversary (vinyl)[61]

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Artist(s)

Veröffentlichungen von Lykke Li die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

Wounded Rhymes

Lykke Li auf Wikipedia (oder andere Quellen):

Lykke Li (2010)
Lykke Li beim Roskilde-Festival 2011

Lykke Li (* 18. März 1986 in Ystad als Li Lykke Timotej Svensson Zachrisson) ist eine schwedische Sängerin. Bekannt wurde sie durch eine Remix-Version ihres Liedes I Follow Rivers, die 2012 zu einem Sommerhit wurde.

Biografie

Lykke Li wurde als Tochter des Künstlerehepaares Kärsti Stiege und Johan Zachrisson in Ystad geboren. Aufgrund der Lebensweise ihrer Eltern war sie viel auf Reisen und lebte als Kind unter anderem in Nepal, Indien, Marokko und Portugal.[1] Im Alter von 19 Jahren entschloss sie sich, nach New York zu ziehen, um Sängerin zu werden. Danach zog sie wieder nach Stockholm und lebt seit 2012 im Laurel Canyon in Los Angeles.[1]

Ihr erstes Album Youth Novels wurde unter ihrem eigenen Label LL Recordings Anfang 2008 in Schweden und Großbritannien veröffentlicht und fand den Einstieg in die schwedischen Charts.[2] Anfang Juni 2008 erfolgte die Veröffentlichung im übrigen Europa. Das Album wurde von Björn Yttling, Mitglied der Band Peter Bjorn and John, produziert, Co-Produzent war .[3]

Das Album kann in das Subgenre Independent eingeordnet werden. Es werden neben elektronischen Instrumenten, Klavier und Gitarre unter anderem auch Schellenringe, Kastagnetten und Claves verwendet.[4] Die Stimme Lis erinnert in den langsamen Passagen an die von Stina Nordenstam.[5] 2009 wurde sie mit dem European Border Breakers Award (EBBA) ausgezeichnet.

Ihr zweites Album Wounded Rhymes wurde 2011 veröffentlicht. Der The-Magician-Remix von I Follow Rivers erreichte 2011 in Belgien Platz eins.[6] In Deutschland wurde das Lied auch durch die Verwendung während Übertragungen der UEFA Champions League 2011/12 bekannt und gelangte in die Top 5 der iTunes-Charts. Im Juli 2012 erreichte der Titel Platz 1 der deutschen Singlecharts.[7] Ende Januar 2013 erreichte der Song schließlich erstmals auch Platz 1 der italienischen Single-Charts.[8]

Diskografie

Alben

JahrTitelHöchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen[2]
(Jahr, Titel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
DE DEAT ATCH CHUK UKUS USSE SE
2008Youth NovelsSE3
(20 Wo.)SE
Erstveröffentlichung: 30. Januar 2008
2011Wounded RhymesDE42
(10 Wo.)DE
AT53
(2 Wo.)AT
CH38
(8 Wo.)CH
UK37
(3 Wo.)UK
US36
(4 Wo.)US
SE2
Gold
Gold

(19 Wo.)SE
Erstveröffentlichung: 25. Februar 2011
Verkäufe: + 20.000
2014I Never LearnDE43
(1 Wo.)DE
AT50
(1 Wo.)AT
CH25
(2 Wo.)CH
UK33
(1 Wo.)UK
US29
(3 Wo.)US
SE2
(11 Wo.)SE
Erstveröffentlichung: 6. Mai 2014
2018So Sad So SexyDE78
(1 Wo.)DE
CH27
(1 Wo.)CH
UK73
(1 Wo.)UK
US173
(1 Wo.)US
SE10
(2 Wo.)SE
Erstveröffentlichung: 8. Juni 2018

EPs

  • 2008: Little Bit
  • 2008: iTunes Festival: London 2008
  • 2011: iTunes Session

Singles

Chartplatzierungen als Leadmusikerin

JahrTitel
Album
Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen[2]
(Jahr, Titel, Album, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
DE DEAT ATCH CHUK UKUS USSE SE
2007Little Bit
Youth Novels
SE20
(6 Wo.)SE
Erstveröffentlichung: 24. September 2007
2008I’m Good, I’m Gone
Youth Novels
SE58
(1 Wo.)SE
Erstveröffentlichung: 14. Januar 2008
2009Possibility
The Twilight Saga: New Moon (Soundtrack)
SE59
(1 Wo.)SE
Erstveröffentlichung: 16. Oktober 2009
2011I Follow Rivers
Wounded Rhymes
DE1
Fünffachgold
×5
Fünffachgold

(62 Wo.)DE
AT2
Platin
Platin

(39 Wo.)AT
CH2
Dreifachplatin
×3
Dreifachplatin

(61 Wo.)CH
UK
Silber
Silber
UK
SE44
(1 Wo.)SE
Erstveröffentlichung: 21. Januar 2011
Verkäufe: + 1.635.000
2020Bron
SE70
(1 Wo.)SE
Erstveröffentlichung: 9. Oktober 2020

Chartplatzierungen als Gastmusikerin

JahrTitel
Album
Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen[2]
(Jahr, Titel, Album, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
DE DEAT ATCH CHUK UKUS USSE SE
2019Late Night Feelings
Late Night Feelings
UK30
Gold
Gold

(16 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 12. April 2019
Verkäufe: + 445.000; Mark Ronson feat. Lykke Li

Weitere Singles

  • 2008: Tonight
  • 2008: Breaking It Up
  • 2009: After Laughter (Comes Tears) / (At Your Best) You Are Love
  • 2010: Get Some
  • 2011: I Follow Rivers
  • 2011: Sadness Is a Blessing
  • 2011: Youth Knows No Pain[9]
  • 2014: Du är den ende
  • 2014: No Rest for the Wicked
  • 2014: No One Ever Loved
  • 2014: Gunshot
  • 2015: Never Gonna Love Again
  • 2017: Unchained Melody
  • 2018: Time in a Bottle
  • 2018: So Sad, So Sexy
  • 2018: Deep End
  • 2018: Hard Rain
  • 2018: Utopia
  • 2018: Sex Money Feelings Die (US:GoldGold)
  • 2018: Two Nights (feat. Aminé)

Weitere Projekte

mit den Shout Out Louds

  • Our Ill Wills (2007)

mit N.A.S.A., Kanye West & Santigold

  • Gifted (2009)

mit Kleerup

  • Until We Bleed (2009)

mit Röyksopp

  • Miss It so Much (2009)
  • Were You Ever Wanted (2009)

mit David Lynch

  • I’m Waiting Here (2013)

mit U2

  • The Troubles (2014)

mit Robin Schulz

  • No Rest for the Wicked (Robin Schulz Remix) (2014)

mit Woodkid

  • Never Let You Down (2015)

mit Mark Ronson

  • Late Night Feelings (2019)

Sonstiges

Auszeichnungen für Musikverkäufe

Goldene Schallplatte

  • AustralienAustralien Australien
    • 2021: für die Single Late Night Feelings
  • DanemarkDänemark Dänemark
    • 2014: für das Streaming I Follow Rivers
  • DeutschlandDeutschland Deutschland
    • 2012: für die Autorenbeteiligung I Follow Rivers (Triggerfinger)
  • PolenPolen Polen
    • 2020: für die Single Late Night Feelings
  • SchweizSchweiz Schweiz
    • 2012: für die Autorenbeteiligung I Follow Rivers (Triggerfinger)

Platin-Schallplatte

  • OsterreichÖsterreich Österreich
    • 2012: für die Autorenbeteiligung I Follow Rivers (Triggerfinger)
  • IrlandIrland Irland
    • 2012: für die Single I Follow Rivers[10]

2× Platin-Schallplatte

  • BelgienBelgien Belgien
    • 2012: für die Autorenbeteiligung I Follow Rivers (Triggerfinger)
    • 2013: für die Single I Follow Rivers
  • NiederlandeNiederlande Niederlande
    • 2012: für die Autorenbeteiligung I Follow Rivers (Triggerfinger)

3× Platin-Schallplatte

  • ItalienItalien Italien
    • 2013: für die Single I Follow Rivers

Diamantene Schallplatte

  • FrankreichFrankreich Frankreich
    • 2014: für die Single I Follow Rivers

Anmerkung: Auszeichnungen in Ländern aus den Charttabellen bzw. Chartboxen sind in ebendiesen zu finden.

Land/RegionAus­zeich­nung­en für Mu­sik­ver­käu­fe
(Land/Region, Auszeichnungen, Verkäufe, Quellen)
Silver record icon.svg SilberGold record icon.svg GoldPlatinum record icon.svg PlatinDiamond record icon.svg DiamantVer­käu­feQuel­len
Australien (ARIA) Australien (ARIA)0! SGold record icon.svg Gold10! P0! D35.000aria.com.au
Belgien (BEA) Belgien (BEA)0! S0! GPlatinum record icon.svg 4× Platin40! D120.000ultratop.be
Dänemark (IFPI) Dänemark (IFPI)0! SGold record icon.svg Gold10! P0! D0!ifpi.dk
Deutschland (BVMI) Deutschland (BVMI)0! SGold record icon.svg 2× Gold2Platinum record icon.svg 2× Platin20! D900.000musikindustrie.de
Frankreich (SNEP) Frankreich (SNEP)0! S0! G0! PDiamond record icon.svg Diamant1250.000snepmusique.com
Irland (IRMA) Irland (IRMA)0! S0! GPlatinum record icon.svg Platin10! D15.000Einzelnachweise
Italien (FIMI) Italien (FIMI)0! S0! GPlatinum record icon.svg 3× Platin30! D90.000fimi.it
Niederlande (NVPI) Niederlande (NVPI)0! S0! GPlatinum record icon.svg 2× Platin20! D40.000nvpi.nl
Österreich (IFPI) Österreich (IFPI)0! S0! GPlatinum record icon.svg 2× Platin20! D60.000ifpi.at
Polen (ZPAV) Polen (ZPAV)0! SGold record icon.svg Gold10! P0! D10.000bestsellery.zpav.pl
Schweden (IFPI) Schweden (IFPI)0! SGold record icon.svg Gold10! P0! D20.000sverigetopplistan.se
Schweiz (IFPI) Schweiz (IFPI)0! SGold record icon.svg Gold1Platinum record icon.svg 3× Platin30! D105.000hitparade.ch
Vereinigte Staaten (RIAA) Vereinigte Staaten (RIAA)0! SGold record icon.svg Gold10! P0! D500.000riaa.com
Vereinigtes Königreich (BPI) Vereinigtes Königreich (BPI)Silver record icon.svg Silber1Gold record icon.svg Gold10! P0! D600.000bpi.co.uk
InsgesamtSilver record icon.svg Silber1Gold record icon.svg 9× Gold9Platinum record icon.svg 17× Platin17Diamond record icon.svg Diamant1

Auszeichnungen

JahrAuszeichnungKategorieWerkErgebnis
2009Grammis 2009Künstlerin des JahresYouth NovelsNominiert
2012Grammis 2012Album des JahresWoundes RhymesGewonnen
Künstler/in des JahresGewonnen
Komponist/in des Jahres (zusammen mit Björn Yttling & Rick Nowels)Nominiert
Pop des JahresNominiert
Größter schwedischer Erfolg im AuslandNominiert
2015Grammis 2015Pop des JahresI Never LearnNominiert
2019Grammis 2019Komponist/in des JahresSo Sad So SexyNominiert
Alternative Pop des JahresNominiert
Album des JahresNominiert

Weblinks

Commons: Lykke Li – Sammlung von Bildern, Videos und Audiodateien

Einzelnachweise

  1. a b Lykke Li folgt nicht nur den Flüssen auf n-tv vom 6. Mai 2014
  2. a b c d Chartquellen: DE AT CH UK US SE
  3. Music/Films
  4. auf discogs.com
  5. auf itsatrap.com
  6. http://www.ultratop.be/fr/showitem.asp?interpret=Lykke+Li&titel=I+Follow+Rivers&cat=s.asp
  7. Meldung von media control zu Singlecharts gültig ab 13. Juli 2012
  8. F.I.M.I. (Memento des Originals vom 23. Februar 2009 im Internet Archive)  Info: Der Archivlink wurde automatisch eingesetzt und noch nicht geprüft. Bitte prüfe Original- und Archivlink gemäß Anleitung und entferne dann diesen Hinweis.@1@2 - offizielle Charts, abgerufen am 15. Februar 2013
  9. https://itunes.apple.com/se/album/youth-knows-no-pain-single/id466426634
  10. Platin für I Follow Rivers in Irland

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