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The album name is derived from one of Scandinavia’s best-known Christmas carols. In 1983, Fältskog released the solo album Wrap Your Arms Around Me which achieved platinum sales in Sweden. This included the single The Heat Is On, which was a hit all over Europe and Scandinavia.

Small rocky planets did not yet exist. If the universe were 10 times older than it actually is, most stars would be too old to remain on the main sequence and would have turned into white dwarfs, aside from the dimmest red dwarfs, and stable planetary systems would have already come to an end.

Louise is seduced by the ruffian boy during her Act 2 ballet, set around the ruins of a carousel. Michael Hayden played Billy not as a large, gruff man, but as a frustrated smaller one, a time bomb waiting to explode.

The lyrics of this song are written from the point of view of a woman, recently dumped, telling her former lover that she can cope without them and does not want anything more to do with them. The song has become something of an anthem of female emancipation.

Nick Rewind started airing on demand in 2010 on Comcast. It was later added to Verizon Fios, DirecTV and Cablevision. Shows include CatDog, Doug, The Angry Beavers, Hey Arnold!, and Rugrats. In March 2011, Keith Dawkins, Senior VP and General Manager for Nicktoons and TeenNick, announced that TeenNick would air a television block called The ‘90s Are All That that began airing on July 25, 2011.

The song contains audio samples taken from the 1971 movie Shaft. In the song, the lyrics A fistful of hair and a splinter in the mind could possibly refer to Lucio Fulci’s 1979 film Zombie in which a zombie grabs a woman by the hair and pulls her through a closet, causing a shard of wood to pierce her eye.

Joel Flegler of the Fanfare Magazine, while was reviewing the Roller Boogie soundtrack gave a negative review for all the songs, using the word ‘worse’ in reference to the length of the album. Another critic said that every song of the album have the same rock influence, and about the song said that is her trendy roller-disco effort.