Lena Jinnegren, born in Sweden in 1973, has been working as a musician for almost 20 years. Since the 1997 release of her first solo album, These are the words, she has contributed to a variety of CD recordings. Highlights of her musical career include being a lead singer on several ERA albums, and also collaborating with artists such as Goran Bregovic and Ulf Lundell. A short synopsis of Lena's story so far: 1982 - Lena writes her first real song and it gets aired on the local radio station 1987 - She sings a duet on National TV together with the gospel singer Cyndee Peters 1989 - Starts singing in a vocal quartet called Stage Four together with Peter Jöback 1992 - Finishes school and begin her carrier as a freelancing musician in Stockholm 1997 - Her first solo album These are the words is released 1997 - She sings on a concert in Thessaloniki with music by Goran Bregovic. The concert is recorded and released as the album Silence of the Balkans 1998 - Writes more songs, some of them together with Ron Sexsmith and Keith Reid 2000 - Lead vocal on ERA 2 2002 - Lead vocal on ERA The Mass 2004 - She is recording four of the songs for the album Lifetrigger 2007 - Appears on the CD Under vulkanen by Ulf Lundell singing the duet 'Jag saknar dej' 2008 - Her folk music band Fotefar releases the album Fest 2009 - The tango concept Glød where much of the music is written by Lena is getting good response 2009 - Lena is recording the last songs for the album Lifetrigger 2010 - Two albums released at the same time: Lifetrigger and Glød 10.12.2010 'Lifetrigger' contains 10 songs. Eight of them are recorded and mastered by Marcus Sigvardsson at Marcus music in Gothenburg and Are Simonssen recorded two of the songs at "Hønsehuset lydstudio" in Bodø. You believer, Lifetrigger, Upper hell and So convenient were the first songs to be recorded in 2004 and when we continued the recording of the remaining songs in 2008 we decided to leave them the way they were, which means that they are recorded without acoustic drums. On this album I have no one to blame when it comes to the arrangements and sound - this is a big ego trip production. ? I cannot blame anyone else for the mistake of writing "Manus" inside the CD cover either. I completely forgot to translate it into English. It should instead say:"Copyright control". So, it is not Max Manus who owns the songs!