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First Band on the Moon is the third studio album by the Cardigans. It features the international single “Lovefool“. It was first released on 12 August 1996 and internationally on 9 September 1996.

1996 studio album by the Cardigans
First Band on the Moon
Studio album by

Released 17 September 1996 (1996-09-17)
Recorded September 1995 – June 1996
Genre
Length 39:01
Label Stockholm·Mercury
Producer Tore Johansson
The Cardigans chronology
Life
(1995)
First Band on the Moon
(1996)
The Other Side of the Moon
(1997)
Singles from First Band on the Moon
  1. Lovefool
    Released: 14 September 1996
  2. Been It
    Released: November 1996
  3. Your New Cuckoo
    Released: August 1997

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic [1]
Entertainment Weekly B+[2]
The Guardian [3]
Los Angeles Times [4]
Music Week [5]
NME 8/10[6]
Pitchfork 8.1/10[7]
Q [8]
Rolling Stone [9]
Spin 7/10[10]
The Village Voice B+[11]

The album was a major breakthrough for the band, both in their native Sweden and internationally. It is their best-selling album in the United States, having sold around 664,000 copies there as of September 2010.[12]

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No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. Your New Cuckoo Nina Persson, Peter Svensson 3:57
2. Been It Persson, Svensson 4:06
3. “Heartbreaker” Persson, Svensson 3:42
4. “Happy Meal II” Lynette Koyana, Persson, Magnus Sveningsson, Svensson 2:37
5. “Never Recover” Sveningsson, Svensson 3:21
6. “Step on Me” Sveningsson, Svensson 3:48
7. Lovefool Persson, Svensson 3:21
8. “Losers” Persson, Svensson 3:06
9. Iron Man(Black Sabbath cover from Paranoid) Geezer Butler, Tony Iommi, Ozzy Osbourne, Bill Ward 4:20
10. “Great Divide” Sveningsson, Svensson 3:17
11. “Choke” Sveningsson, Svensson 3:26
Total length: 39:01

“Happy Meal II” is a re-recording of “Happy Meal”, a song that was originally a bonus track on the US edition of Life, with some minor lyric changes.

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