Hagnesta Hill

Hagnesta Hill is an album by the Swedish band Kent, released in 1999 (Swedish version) and 2000 (English version). For the English version two new songs, "Quiet Heart" and "Just Like Money" were recorded, and "Ett tidsfördriv att dö för" and "Insekter" were left out. This was the second and last English album Kent recorded, as the album's reception (like that of its predecessor, Isola), was not as positive as expected.

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