16 bästa

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16 bästa
16 Basta - Sanna Nielsen.jpg
Compilation album by Sanna Nielsen
Released 9 April 2014 (2014-04-09)
Recorded 1996-2011
Label Lionheart
Sanna Nielsen chronology
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16 bästa

16 bästa (English: "16 Best") is a budget compilation released shortly after Nielsen's 2014 Melodifestivalen win with "Undo", which went on to represent Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2014.

This compilation was a special release by previous record label 'Lionheart' in order to present her previous material to the new Sanna audience that was gained with “Undo”. It features all her greatest hits including “Empty Room” and “I’m in Love”. It doesn’t contain “Undo”.[1]

As a budget release, it was ineligible to chart.


Swedish Music Tistory gave the album a positive review and said that anyone who likes the Melodifestivalen will like this album. They said the best songs on the album are "Stronger" and "I'm in Love" and this is a good album summarizing Nielsen's 18-year career to date.[2]

Track listing[edit]

The album was released in Sweden (physically) digitally.[3]

  1. Empty Room
  2. I'm in Love
  3. Nobody Without You
  4. I Can Catch the Moon
  5. Devotion
  6. Part of Me
  7. Can't Stop Love Tonight
  8. Demolition Woman
  9. Till en fågel
  10. I går, i dag
  11. Vägen hem
  12. Du och jag mot världen (with Fredrik Kempe)
  13. Vågar du, vågar jag
  14. Koppången
  15. Rör vid min själ (You Raise Me Up)
  16. Nära mej


  • Artwork [Hair & Styling] – Peter Wennberg
  • Artwork [Make Up] – Kia Wennberg
  • Coordinator – Fredrik Järnberg
  • Photography By – Caroline Roosmark

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Label
Sweden Sweden 9 April 2014 CD, digital download Lionheart Music Group – LHICD0162


  1. ^ "New albums from the ESC 2014 participants". www.eurovisionontop.com. 13 May 2014. Retrieved 9 December 2014. 
  2. ^ "Sanna Nielsen - 16 Basta (2014)". swedishmusic.tistory.com. 3 July 2014. Retrieved 9 December 2014. 
  3. ^ "Sanna Nielsen – 16 bästa (Album)". CDON. Retrieved 2014-12-09. 

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