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intrview_Kristian_Lundin_Interview.html title Interview with KRISTIAN LUNDIN, songwriter producer for Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears, Celine Dion and NSync date January 7, 2003 publisher Hit Quarters accessdate March 5, 2011 Spears originally recorded the vocals for the song in March 1998, at Battery Studios in New York City, New York. They were later re-recorded in April 1998 at Cheiron Studios, and used on the album version, while the original vocals were used on the "Bonus Remix"


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through to the late 1960s, but left after recording the album ''The Alan Bown!'' His vocals (human voice) were re-recorded by his replacement Robert Palmer (Robert Palmer (singer)) for the UK (United Kingdom) release of the album, although Roden's original vocals remained on the U.S. (United States) release. Roden later appeared as a backing vocalist to Palmer on his 1983 appearance on ''The Tube (The Tube (TV series))''. '''Sada Carolyn Thompson

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