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Lene Marlin (born Lene Marlin Pedersen) is a Norwegian singer and musician. Marlin made her Norwegian debut on 12 October 1998, with the single "Unforgivable Sinner", a number one hit for eight weeks. It was the fastest selling single in Norwegian music history, and appeared in the soundtrack of the Norwegian movie Schpaaa.

Her first album, Playing My Game, followed. She won an MTV Europe award in 1999. Her single "Where I´m Headed", from the French film, Mauvaises fréquentations, topped the charts in France and Italy. Her song "Sitting Down Here" became a top 5 hit in the UK Singles Chart, and reached number 5 in The Netherlands in 2000.

Marlin´s second album, Another Day, was released on 22 September 2003. Two singles were released: "You Weren´t There" and "Another Day". "You Weren´t There" debuted at No. 1 on Norway Singles Top 20 and remained on the chart for 11 weeks.

In June 2005, Marlin released her third album, Lost in a Moment. The first single from that album, "How Would It Be", was released in Europe in May 2005, and made the Top 20 in both Norway and Italy Singles chart.

In July 2008, the Norwegian press announced that Marlin was in the studio recording her fourth album with Norwegian artists and songwriters Even "Magnet" Johansen and Børge Fjordheim at Askøy, Grand Sports and Malabar Studios.



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