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|Studio album by Falco|
|Genre||Pop rock, dance, pop-rap|
|Producer||Bolland & Bolland|
In Germany, Falco returned to the album and single charts after 4 years of absence there, during which he only charted singles in his home country of Austria. The single "Titanic" almost reached the top 25 of the Slovakian "Okeychart". But it remained the status of a new presented single "Novinky" at #2 (similar to a #2 bubbling under).
He had success with the single "Titanic" in Austria, peaking at number 3 and staying on the charts for 18 weeks. The album itself profited from this success and Falco reached Number 1 on the Austrian charts again, a feat which his last two full-lengths didn't.
Albeit a hit in Europe, and although "Titanic" received many prizes, it failed to chart.
Another single, "Dance Mephisto", also made it on Austrian charts but was only a minor success; the title track didn't chart.
- "Titanic" - 3:35
- "Monarchy Now" - 4:12
- "Dance Mephisto" - 3:31
- "Psychos" - 3:16
- "S.C.A.N.D.A.L." - 3:56
- "Yah-Vibration" - 3:33
- "Propaganda" - 3:36
- "Time" - 4:07
- "Cadillac Hotel" - 5:07
- "Nachtflug" - 3:15
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