Two extra songs on the vinyl edition of TRAVELLING

According to the Swedish online shop – the LP version of forthcoming Roxette TRAVELLING album will include two bonus songs – demo version of “Me & You & Terry & Julie” – strangely recorded on June 9, the day Roxette played concert in Bergen, Norway and still tagged as Tits & Ass song (this studio is situated in Halmstad) and long-awaited “Charm school” demo.

Per Gessle confirmed that on Facebook by saying


It turns out that in a very short period of time we will get 19 new songs from Roxette – inluding “It’s possible” demo from the single and “Lover Lover Lover” demo as extra song on iTunes.

Disc 1

1. Me & You & Terry & Julie
2. Lover Lover Lover (Album Version)
3. Turn of the Tide
4. Touched by the Hand of God
5. It’s Possible (Version One)
6. Easy Way Out
7. Excuse Me, Sir, do You Want Me to Check on Your Wife?
8. Perfect Excuse

Disc 2

1. Stars (Soundcheck, Dubai, May 20 2011)
2. Angel Passing
3. She’s Got Nothing on (But the Radio) (Live in Rio de Janeiro, April 16 2011)
4. The Weight of the World (Vocal Up Mix)
5. See Me (New Version)
6. It’s Possible (Version Two)
7. It Must Have Been Love (Night of the Proms, Rotterdam 2011)
8. Me & You & Terry & Julie (Tits & Ass Demo June 9, 2011)
9. Charm School (Tits & Ass Demo September 10, 2009)

Thanks to for sharing this news.

7 thoughts on “Two extra songs on the vinyl edition of TRAVELLING”

  1. Hmmmm… I guess “Lover Lover Lover” could be the second single off the Travelling album since they call the track (“album version”) and yes, it will be cool to listen to the demo of the “Charm School” song 🙂

  2. I think they recorded the demo “Me & You & Terry & Julie” on June 9th as Per’s plane from Copenhagen to Bergen was in the afternoon. And I know that Per is a real workaholic. He could have recorded it at night. 😉

  3. Sounds cool 🙂

    I hope we will be able to get a digital version of those new songs as well. Legally of course!!

  4. Yes, good that the album didn’t leak! As for the demos – I don’t really care. They are good for their original purpose, the studio sessions, but not interesting enough for listening over and over like final songs. 🙂

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