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|Studio album by Heideroosjes|
|Released||May 7, 1999|
|Producer||Oscar Holleman, Chris Blair|
Schizo is the fifth official studio album by the Heideroosjes. The album has a mix of English and Dutch songs, which are mostly political. It contains a Spice Girls cover "Wannabe". The Heideroosjes play this song as a mocking statement at their live shows. Fans requested if they could put it on a record, so on Schizo they did.
All songs written by Marco Roelofs.
- "Watch Me Play"
- "Val Maar Dood!"
- "Time Is Ticking Away"
- "Jerry Rules In The Land of the Free"
- "What You Own Means Nothing"
- "Regular Day In Bosnia"
- "Fistful of Ideals"
- "Boore Lul"
- "Turn Around and Run!"
- "Inside My Head (You're All Dead)"
- "If Trust Is Broken..."
- "Iedereen Is Gek (Behalve Jij)!"
- "Wannabe" (Spice Girls/Stannard/Rowe)
- Marco Roelofs - vocals, Guitar, Songwriting, Lyrics
- Frank Kleuskens - Guitar, backing vocals, Songwriting
- Fred Houben - Bass guitar
- Igor Hobus - drums
Two singles were released from the album:
- The first single was "Iedereen Is Gek (Behalve Jij)! (1999)" contained another album song "Watch Me Play" as a b-side. Also it tracks 3 and 4, "Overture/Everybody Love Me..." and "United Scum" were recorded live in Paradiso with the Metropole Orchestra.
- The second and last single was "Time Is Ticking Away", with the Depeche Mode cover "Enjoy the Silence" as the b-side. It also contained two live recordings from pinkpop 1999: "Sjonnie & Anita" and "Fistfuckparty at 701".