The Golden Ratio

The Golden Ratio was released as single in Sweden (Radio only)TGR-single

Tokyo Girl

Tokyo Girl was released as promo in France

My Déjà Vu

My Déjà Vu was released for promotion only in Scandinavia and France.


All For You

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“All for You” is the sole single from the Ace of Base album The Golden Ratio. The single was serviced to radio stations in Germany in mid-August 2010 and was released as a physical single on September 10, 2010.

“All for You” entered and peaked the German charts at number 38.

CD single
1. All for You (Radio Version)
2. All for You (Club Version)

Digital download
1. All for You (Radio Version)
2. All for You (Club Version)
3. All for You (The Sign Dub Remix)
4. All for You (Madhouse Monkeys Remix)
5. All for You (Dance Extended Version)
6. All for You (Michael Mind Project Remix)

Wheel Of Fortune 2009


The 2009 re-recording was the first and only single released by the band as a trio. (Jonas, Ulf and Jenny)

Digital single
1. Wheel of Fortune 2009 (radio edit)
2. Wheel of Fortune 2009 (club mix)

CD single – Promo
1. Wheel of Fortune 2009 (radio edit)
2. Wheel of Fortune 2009 (club mix)
3. Wheel of Fortune 2009 (album version)
4. Wheel of Fortune (1993 12″ mix)
5. Wheel of Fortune (1993 club mix)


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Unspeakable is a single from 2002’s Da Capo.

CD single

  1. “Unspeakable” (Album Version)
  2. “Unspeakable” (Junk & Function / M12 Radio Mix)

CD maxi

  1. “Unspeakable” (Album Version)
  2. “Unspeakable” (Junk & Function / M12 Radio Mix)
  3. “Unspeakable” (Fairlite Radio Mix)
  4. “Unspeakable” (Filur Radio Mix)
  5. “Don’t Stop” (Unreleased Track)

The Juvenile



The Juvenile was released as the second single from the album Da Capo in Germany in December 2002. It was originally written in 1995, as the proposed theme song to the 1995 James Bond film GoldenEye, but Arista Records sadly pulled the band out of the project. The song was then re-written as The Juvenile and still released as a single.

The chorus of the song is very similar to the original version, just with a different line “the juvenile” instead of “the goldeneye”.

CD single

  1. The Juvenile
  2. What’s the Name of the Game
  3. Don’t Stop
  4. Hey Darling [German Album Version]

Beautiful Morning

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Beautiful Morning was the lead single for Ace of Base’s 2002 record Da Capo. It was released in September 2002 in Scandinavia and in Germany. It did very well in Germany where the song was the fastest climbing song on the radio during that year. On the charts the song was a minor hit. The song was written by the three Berggren siblings (Jonas, Jenny and Malin) in dedication to the passing of their father.

Maxi CD

  1. Beautiful Morning (Album Version)
  2. Beautiful Morning (Spanish Fly Radio Edit)
  3. Beautiful Morning (Groove Radio Edit)
  4. Beautiful Morning (Spanish Fly Club Version)
  5. Beautiful Morning (Video)

CD single

  1. Beautiful Morning (Album Version)
  2. Beautiful Morning (Groove Radio Edit)

Love In December

Love In December was released limited for radio-onllid2-singley.

Everytime It Rains

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Originally written for Annie Lennox, “Everytime It Rains” was the fourth single released from Ace of Base’s re-release of Flowers in the UK. This song was written by Rick Nowels, Billy Steinberg and Maria Vidal.

A radio edit of the ballad hit radios on April 5, 1999. It was also remixed for American audiences and promotionally released as a lead single for their Greatest Hits record in April 2000. The song was not released commercially in the United States.

The single peaked at number 22 in the UK in April 1999.

United Kingdom CD 1

  1. “Everytime It Rains” (Radio Edit)
  2. “Everytime It Rains” (Soul Poets Club Mix)
  3. “Travel To Romantis” (Wolf Mix)

United Kingdom CD 2

  1. “Everytime It Rains” (Radio Edit)
  2. “Into The Night Of Blue”
  3. “Living In Danger” (New Buddha Version)