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Shooting Star (Modern Talking song)

“Shooting Star” is a song by Modern Talking, produced in 2006 by Dieter Bohlen, almost three years after the band’s split. The song was published in Dieter: Der Film soundtrack. The song consists of the union of verses of Modern Talking’s old songs, as Don’t Take Away My Heart, and the typical falsetto choruses.

In the song’s beginning, the voice of Louis Armstrong can be heard.

TV Makes the Superstar

TV Makes the Superstar is the only single from Modern Talking’s twelfth album, Universe, and also the band’s last single-release.

Track listing :

CD-Maxi Hansa 82876 50814 2 (BMG) / EAN 0828765081429 03.03.2003

  1. “TV Makes The Superstar” (Radio Edit) – 3:44
  2. “TV Makes The Superstar” (Extended) – 5:05
  3. “TV Makes The Superstar” (Instrumental) – 3:44
  4. “Blackbird” – 3:17

Juliet (Modern Talking song)

Juliet is the second single from Modern Talking’s eleventh album, Victory. Unlike other Modern Talking tracks released previously, the song has a disco flavour to it and referres to Alicia Bridges’s 1978 song I Love the Nightlife.

Track listing

CD-Maxi Hansa 74321 93836 2 (BMG) / EAN 0743219383624 29.04.2002

  1. “Juliet” – 3:37
  2. “Juliet” (Jeo’s Remix) – 5:05
  3. “Higher Than Heaven” (U-Max Mix) – 3:40
  4. “Down On My Knees” – 3:42

Ready for the Victory

Ready for the Victory is a song by Modern Talking. It was the first single on their eleventh album, Victory.

In Russia, the single was released with additional tracks including the megamix Space Mix ’98.

Track Listing :

CD-Maxi Hansa 74321 92038 2 (BMG) / EAN 0743219203823 18.02.2002

  1. “Ready For The Victory” (Radio Version) – 3:31
  2. “Ready For The Victory” (Alternative Radio Version) – 3:16
  3. “Ready For The Victory” (Club Version) – 5:12
  4. “Ready For The Victory” (Extended Version) – 5:27
  5. “Ready For The Victory” (Alternative Radio Version Extended) – 5:15
  6. “Ready For The Victory” (Instrumental) – 3:31
  7. “Ready For The Victory” (Video)

CD-Maxi Russian Version 2002

  1. “Ready For The Victory” (Radio Version) – 3:31
  2. “Ready For The Victory” (Alternative Radio Version) – 3:16
  3. “Ready For The Victory” (Extended Version) – 5:27
  4. “Rouge Et Noir” (Album Version) – 3:14
  5. “Space Mix” (Album Version) – 17:14

Witchqueen of Eldorado

Witchqueen of Eldorado is a song from the Modern Talking tenth album, America, from 2001. The song was not released as a single, but highly charted in the Chile, Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Japan, Europe, South Africa, United States, Canada and Australia radios.

The song references the Incan culture and to one of the most known myths of South America: El Dorado.

The song samples Robert De Niro voice, saying:

Dreams are flying like an eagle to the Orinoco flow, from the desert of El Dorado to the east coast, yes, I know

The song is very similar to Rednex’s The Spirit of the Hawk.[1]

Last Exit to Brooklyn (song)

Last Exit to Brooklyn is a song by German musical group Modern Talking. It was released in April 2002 as the second single from their tenth studio album America. The single released on May 7, 2001, experienced a moderate success, it spent only five weeks on the German single chart and peaked at only No. 41.[1] “Last Exit to Brooklyn” charted similarly in Austria peaking at No. 44 and No. 94 in Switzerland.[2] The single; however, managed to chart better in Russia, where it peaked at No. 7.[3]

Win the Race

Win the Race is a song by German musical group Modern Talking. It was released in February 2001 as the first single from the tenth album America. “Win the Race”, released in Germany and in other European territories on 26 February 2001, was composed by Dieter Bohlen and became the anthem for Formula One in Germany in 2001.[1] The single peaked at No. 5 in Germany on 26 March 2001, exactly one month after its release.[2] While the single was successful enough in Germany to spend total of 13 weeks on the singles-chart,[3] it only managed to peak at No. 14 in Austria, meanwhile entering the top-40 in Switzerland and Sweden.[4]

No Face, No Name, No Number

No Face, No Name, No Number is a song from Modern Talking’s ninth album, Year of the Dragon. It was released as a remix single, containing four remixes of the song, but the album version charted in some Air Play charts.

In 2010 ex-Miss Universe Oxana Fedorova has recorded a song At Step One which is considered to be a plagiarism of No Face No Name No Number.[1]

China in Her Eyes

China in Her Eyes is a song by German music group Modern Talking. It was released in January 2000 as the first single from the ninth studio album Year of the Dragon. Although, the song was of moderate success outside of Germany peaking only at No. 20 in Switzerland, No. 22 in Austria and No. 26 in Sweden, it managed to peak at No. 8 at the duo’s home of Germany where it spent total of nine weeks on the single chart.[1][2]

Space Mix ’98

Space Mix ’98 is the third single from the Modern Talking seventh album, Back for Good. It’s a megamix. The single was not released in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, but in the other countries in Europe and the rest of the world.

Track listing
CD Single France 1998
1. “Space Mix” (feat. Eric Singleton) – 4:28
2. “We Take The Chance” – 4:07

CD-Maxi Hansa 74321 63193 2 (BMG) 1998
1. “Space Mix” (feat. Eric Singleton) – 4:28
2. “We Take The Chance” – 4:07
3. “You Can Win if You Want” (New Version) – 3:37

12″ Single BMG 74321 59782-1 1998
1. “Space Mix ’98” – 21:55
2. “Space Mix ’98” (Short Version) – 4:37
3. “You’re My Heart, You’re My Soul” (Modern Talking Mix ’98 Feat. Eric Singleton) – 3:17
4. “You’re My Heart, You’re My Soul” (Modern Talking Mix ’98 Feat. Eric Singleton Extended) – 6:57

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