Bass Generation is the fifth studio album by Swedish singer-songwriter Basshunter. It was first released on 28 September 2009, a week after the album's lead single "Every Morning". The album reached No. 2 in New Zealand and No. 7 in South Africa. In early 2009, Basshunter started the process of recording the album.
LOL (stylized as LOL <(^^,), LOL from Laughing out Loud, <(^^,) means Satisfied) is the second studio album by the Swedish musician Basshunter. The album was released on 28 August 2006 by Warner Music Sweden.
Basshunter, a Swedish singer, record producer and DJ, has released six studio albums, one compilation album, one extended play, 24 singles, four promotional singles and seven remixes. The Bassmachine, Basshunter's debut studio album, was released by Alex Music on 25 August 2004. In April 2006, he signed his first contract with Extensive Music and Warner Music Sweden.
Articles discussing events in musician's lives are subject to mod discretion. Throughout 2007 Basshunter worked on a new album, Now You're Gone: The Album, which was released in July 2008. Five singles were released from this album (Now You're Gone, All I Ever Wanted, Angel in the Night, I Miss You, and Walk on Water). Another single, I Promised Myself was released in November 2009.
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Swedish computer nerd Jonas Altberg (aka Basshunter) became an Internet phenomenon in the early 2000s with geek-friendly dance singles like "Boten Anna" (Anna Bot) and "Vi Sitter i Ventrilo och Spelar DotA" (We Sit in Ventrilo and Play DotA). The first official Basshunter album, The Bass Machine, hit the Internet in 2004,.