Cha Cha (album)

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Cha Cha
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Live album by Herman Brood & His Wild Romance
Released 1978 (1978)
Recorded Relight Cafe, the Pinge à Linge, the Pedo Ville & the Too Far Gone Discotheque
Genre Rock and roll, blues
Label Ariola
Producer Herman Brood & His Wild Romance
Herman Brood & His Wild Romance chronology
Cha Cha
Herman Brood & His Wild Romance
Singles from Cha Cha
  1. "Still Believe"
    Released: 1978

Cha Cha is the first live album by Dutch rock and roll and blues group Herman Brood & His Wild Romance. The album produced one single, "Still Believe." On the Dutch album chart, the album reached #2 on 13 January 1979, and stayed on the chart for 18 weeks.[1] The album was certified gold in 1979.[2]

Cha Cha is also the name of a movie filmed in 1979 with Herman Brood, Nina Hagen, and Lene Lovich, whose soundtrack was released separately on LP, also called Cha Cha. In the movie, he marries Nina Hagen; in reality they had a brief affair.

Cha Cha was re-released on CD in 1991 by Sony BMG/Ariola.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Hit" (Brood, Hawinkels, Lademacher) 1:34
2. "Too Slow" 2:27
3. "Street" 2:10
4. "Still Believe" (Bertus Borgers, Paul Smeenk) 3:10
5. "True Fine Mama" 1:50
6. "Rock & Roll Junkie" (Brood) 2:30
7. "One More Dose" 3:40
8. "Speedo" (The Cadillacs) 0:30
9. "Dope Sucks" 2:40
10. "City" (Mose Allison) 3:40
11. "Blue" 3:22
12. "Can't Stand It" (Lou Reed) 2:08
13. "Phony" 3:20
14. "Pop" 3:40


The single "Still Believe" (with "Jilted" on the B-side) reached #15 in the Dutch Top 50 on 30 December 1978, and stayed on the chart for ten weeks.[3] The single draws interest in Germany and France also.[1]



  1. ^ a b "Herman Brood & His Wild Romance: Discografie". Muziek Centrum Nederland. Retrieved 2009-04-08. 
  2. ^ "Herman Brood & his wild romance - Cha cha". NVPI. Retrieved 2009-04-09. 
  3. ^ "Herman Brood & His Wild Romance - Saturday Night". GfK - Retrieved 2009-04-09.