Pieces is the international debut album by Swedish singer-songwriter Erik Hassle, released on 18 January 2010 in Scandinavia and in the United Kingdom on 22 February 2010. The album features tracks from his Swedish debut album Hassle (2009), with the tracks "Don't Bring Flowers", "The Thanks I Get, "Bitter End", and "Wanna Be Loved" being remixed for the international market, and the new song "Amelia"
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Kaj Erik Persson Hassle, better known as Erik Hassle, is a Swedish pop singer and songwriter. His career started in 2008 with his first single, "Hurtful", which eventually reached in Sweden and peaked at in Denmark. His most successful single to date, "No Words. mage: Erik Hassle image. Hassle is the debut album by the Swedish pop singer Erik Hassle. The album was released on 19 August 2009 in Sweden, and features the top 30 singles "Hurtful" and "Don't Bring Flowers"
Pieces (Erik Hassle album), Pieces is the international debut album by Swedish singer-songwriter Erik Hassle, released on 18 January 2010 in Scandinavia and in the United K. Wanna Be Loved" being remixed for the international market, and the new song "Amelia" The album's second single "Hurtful" was released in the UK on 8 February, and peaked at number 59 on the UK Singles Chart The album, however, failed to chart within the top 40. Track listing.
Hassle marks the full-length album debut of Erik Hassle, a 20-year-old British-based singer/songwriter with a contemporary soul-pop style who originally hailed from a small town in Sweden. The album is comprised of songs that Hassle wrote during his late teens, and practically all of them dwell on the pain of teenage heartache.
Releasing his debut album, Hassle, back in 2009, he followed up with Pieces in 2010 and We Dance in 2012. Going on to tour North America with Broods back in 2015 and his homeland of Scandinavia in 2016, Hassle continues to move forward as he returns with his latest album, Innocence Lost. Released on January 27, 2017 via Ten, the new album could be viewed as Hassle’s most mature work to date. A breath of fresh air, Hassle, whom now resides in Los Angeles, CA, found new inspiration in the writing and recording of Innocence Lost.
|2||Don't Bring Me Flowers After I"m Dead|
|3||Isn't It Obvious|
|5||Back To Bed|
Notes(P) & (C) 2009 Artist Company TEN
Issued in cardboard sleeve