Serengeti (song)

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"Serengeti"
Single by Infernal
from the album Waiting for Daylight
B-side Electric Midnight
Released 2000
Format CD, vinyl
Genre Trance
Length 3:30
Label FLEX
Writer(s) Infernal, De La Ray, Moses Malone
Producer(s) Infernal, De La Ray
Infernal singles chronology
"Your Crown"
(1999)
"Serengeti"
(2000)
"Sunrise"
(2000)
Infernal Affairs track listing
"Intro"
(1)
"Serengeti"
(2)
"Sunrise"
(3)

"Serengeti" is a song by the Danish dance-pop duo Infernal. It was released as the lead single from their second studio album, Waiting for Daylight, in 2000.

Track listings[edit]

Danish CD single[1]
No. Title Length
1. "Serengeti" (Radio Mix) 3:30
2. "Serengeti" (Club Mix) 8:43
3. "Serengeti" (Original Mix) 9:00
4. "Serengeti" (Double T Exotic Club Mix) 8:45
5. "Serengeti" (Orchestral World Groove Dub) 8:08
6. "Electric Midnight"   8:16
US vinyl single[2]
No. Title Length
1. "Serengeti" (Original Mix) 9:00
2. "Serengeti" (Azzido Mix) 9:40
3. "Serengeti" (Club Mix) 8:43
4. "Serengeti" (Double T Exotic Club Mix) 8:45
5. "Serengeti" (Orchestral World Groove Dub) 6:05

Credits and personnel[edit]

  • Written by Infernal, De La Ray, Moses Malone
  • Produced and arranged by Infernal and De La Ray
  • Mixed at Infernal Studio
  • Vocals by Paw, Moses Malone
  • All instruments by Infernal, De La Ray
  • Additional vocal production by Michael Pfundheller
  • Mastered by Michael Pfundheller at Flex Studio
  • Executive producer: Kenneth Bager
  • "Electric Midnight": written, produced and arranged by Infernal
  • "Serengeti" (Azzido Mix): remixed by Infernal and Kenneth Bager
  • "Serengeti" (Double T Exotic Club Mix): remixed by Kjeld Tolstrup and Morten Trøst. Additional keyboards by Sune Kempf. Mixed at Sunzet Studio
  • "Serengeti" (Orchestral World Groove Dub): remixed by Pathaan and Gaudi. Mixed at Metatron Studio London

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Infërnal - Serengeti". Discogs. Retrieved 2 January 2010. 
  2. ^ "Infernal - Serengeti". Discogs. Retrieved 2 January 2010.