|Single by Darin|
|from the album Break the News|
|Released||August 3, 2007 (Germany)|
|Songwriter(s)||Peter Mansson, Patric Sarin, Darin Zanyar|
|Darin singles chronology|
|Darin Germansingles chronology|
"Insanity" is a song written by Peter Mansson, Patric Sarin, Darin Zanyar and recorded by Swedish singer Darin. It was released as the fourth single from Darin's third studio record Break the News , though it was the first release from the album in Germany and other selected European countries.
Enhanced CD Maxi single:
"Insanity" debuted in Germany at number 47. It spent eight weeks on the chart and peaked at number 20 in its ninth week.
|Ö3 Austria Top 40||47|
|German Singles Chart||20|
Darin Zanyar, better known simply as Darin, is a Swedish singer and songwriter from Stockholm. He is one of Sweden's best-selling artists, with seven number one music albums.
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