|Single by Alcazar|
|from the album Disco Defenders|
|Released||16 April 2009|
|Songwriter(s)||Joakim Udd, Karl Euren, Johan Fjellstrom|
|Alcazar singles chronology|
"Burning" is a eurodance song written by Joakim Udd, Karl Euren and Johan Fjellström performed for Alcazar's third studio album, Disco Defenders and released as the fourth single from the album.
The video for the song was shot in Stockholm in March, 2009 and released on April 16, 2009.
These are the formats and track listings of promotional single releases of "Burning".
Even though Burning has not been released in Europe yet, it is a hit choice from DJs and a Club hit. For these reasons, it has charted at number 4 on Germany's DJ Top 100 list since now.
|German DJ Top 100 list||4|
|UK Dance Chart||40[ citation needed ]|
|Sweden||16 April 2009||Digital Download|
|Germany||8 May 2009|
|Austria||8 May 2009|
|Switzerland||8 May 2009|
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