|Single by Alcazar|
|from the album Disco Defenders|
|Released||16 June 2008|
|Songwriter(s)||A. Hansson, N. Chinn|
|Alcazar singles chronology|
"Inhibitions" is a eurodance song performed by Swedish band Alcazar. The song is the second single from their third album, Disco Defenders .
The song made its debut on Swedish Singles Charts at number 50 on 26 June 2008 and then dropped out from the charts. The song made its re-enter on Swedish Singles Charts at number 10 on 18 September 2008, giving Alcazar their seventh Top 10 hit chart and the second Top 10 hit chart from the album. "Inhibitions" stayed on Swedish Singles Charts for four weeks.
|Swedish Singles Chart||10|
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