Release date
29 Apr 2008
Running length
16 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Curriculum Vitae (featuring Swingfly) (Clean Version) 1:54 35
2 Konichiwa Bitches 2:39 156,283
3 Cobrastyle 4:10 159,233
4 Handle Me 3:45 177,667
5 Bum Like You 3:27 117,474
6 Be Mine! 3:29 146,422
7 With Every Heartbeat - with Kleerup 4:13 38,474
8 Who's That Girl? 3:49 50,285
9 Bionic Woman (Interlude) 0:17 741
10 Crash and Burn Girl 3:35 108,562
11 Robotboy 3:29 89,788
12 Eclipse 3:28 84,350
13 Should Have Known (Clean Version) 4:00 47
14 Any Time You Like 3:54 14,844
15 Dream On (New Version) 4:45 872
16 Handle Me (RedOne Remix - Cherrytree Bonus Track) 4:09 1,300

About this album

Robyn is the fourth studio album by Swedish recording artist Robyn. It was released on 27 April 2005 by Konichiwa Records. The album represented a change in Robyn’s musical style, and featured pop and electronic dance music; inspirations were electronic duo The Knife and rock band Teddybears. It also marks Robyn’s first album release on her own record label, Konichiwa Records, which she founded in 2005.

The album debuted at number one on the Swedish Albums Chart in 2005, becoming Robyn’s first-ever number-one album on the chart. It was released Internationally in 2007, two years after it was originally released. The album received a 2009 Grammy Awards nomination for Best Electronic/Dance Album in 2009. Five singles were released from the album: “Be Mine!”, “Who’s That Girl”, UK number one song “With Every Heartbeat”, “Konichiwa Bitches” and “Handle Me”.

Robyn debuted at number one on the Swedish Albums Chart, becoming Robyn’s first number-one album in her home country. The album spent thirty-six weeks altogether on the chart, and was certified platinum on 6 April 2006 for sales in excess of 40,000 copies in Sweden. The album reached the number thirty-five in Norway, and remained on the albums chart for one week. Although the album had charted only in Sweden and Norway, it reached number sixty on the European Top 100 Albums chart on the issue dated 21 May 2005. It became Robyn’s first album to chart on the UK Albums Chart, where it debuted at number twenty on 19 August 2007, before peaking at number nineteen the following week.

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  • Ka_Ching

    This is fucking amazing. I loved it from the very first listen. [2]

    20 Dec 2014 Reply
  • EDsebert

    It's a good album, but is more pop than electronic ....

    20 Apr 2014 Reply
  • Tahula

    2nd favourite pop album. 1st one is Lily Allen's INM, IY.

    27 Jan 2014 Reply
  • OxyCyrus

    Body Talk has some better tracks, but this is more cohesive as an album. It's like the Blackout to Body Talk's Femme Fatale.

    13 Jan 2013 Reply
  • DDDiego___

    Such a shame that some people don't know the original versions of Tomteverkstan, Bum Like You, RobotBoy and Should Have Known

    20 Dec 2012 Reply
  • redblueorange

    One damn good album. Robyn, you go girl!

    3 Oct 2012 Reply
  • thesleepycloud

    A lot of good stuff here... I hate the cover tho.

    3 Aug 2012 Reply
  • spartan_picnic

    such a good album

    4 Jun 2012 Reply
  • MichaelMayhem22

    Tracks 1-3 cease to entertain me anymore. But I still bump Who's That Girl and Bum Like You. It is a quality album, but I enjoy Body Talk a bit more.

    25 Aug 2011 Reply
  • eusa_kills

    I'm so disappointed. This album is terrible! I was expecting amazing things from this woman.

    9 Jun 2011 Reply
  • aellylis

    This album is QUALITY.

    27 Mar 2011 Reply

    This is fucking amazing. I loved it from the very first listen.

    19 Mar 2011 Reply
  • Chihoooooo

    Better than Body Talk. [4]

    22 Feb 2011 Reply

    Better than Body Talk. [3] Immeasurable....

    3 Feb 2011 Reply
  • DarkElvick

    Album art is awesome. Haters gonna hate.

    11 Jan 2011 Reply
  • minkichi

    the original swedish version is perfect. and the swedish cover is waaay better than this! [2]

    3 Jan 2011 Reply
  • reihirosuzuki

    v totally agree even though this album made me love her originally

    1 Jan 2011 Reply
  • ohsolucky

    wow good stuff. still like Body Talk better so far, but this is awesome. Though it kinda loses its thunder starting at Robotboy.

    18 Dec 2010 Reply
  • fcukyuo

    the original swedish version is perfect. and the swedish cover is waaay better than this!

    4 Nov 2010 Reply
  • Tuuh

    with every heartbeat <3

    12 Oct 2010 Reply
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