Tic Tac Toe (album)

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Tic Tac Toe
Studio album by
Released15 April 1996 [1]
Recorded1995–1996
Genre Pop-rap
Length43:46
LanguageGerman
Label RCA, BMG
Producer Torsten Börger
Tic Tac Toe chronology
Tic Tac Toe
(1996)
Klappe die 2te
(1997)
Professional ratings
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Tic Tac Toe is the debut studio album by German all-female pop-rap band Tic Tac Toe, released in 1996 by RCA Records. The lyrics and music were written by the band's manager Claudia Wohlfromm, her then-husband Torsten Börger, who also produced the album, and the band itself.

Contents

The album featured the band's popular debut single "Ich find' dich scheiße" which reached the top 5 in Germany and Austria, as well as their first number-one hit "Verpiss' dich". The album reached the top 5 in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, where it earned platinum and multi-platinum certifications.

Track listing

No.TitleTitle translationLength
1."Ugu Ugu Intro" 0:52
2."Haste was, biste was"You've Got Something, Then You're Something4:15
3."Ich find' dich scheisse"I Think You're Shit3:34
4."Verpiss' dich"Fuck Off4:06
5."Funky" 3:47
6."n' Mann"A Man3:54
7."Leck mich am A, B, Zeh"Lick My A, B, Toe3:34
8."U-Bahn"Subway4:31
9."Du hast den Schönsten"You've Got the Nicest3:55
10."Ruhrpottniggaz"Niggaz from the Ruhr 3:59
11."Funky" (Funk-Mix) 5:42
12."Ugu Ugu (Wer hat Angst?)"Ugu Ugu (Who's Scared?)4:17

Charts

Certifications

Region Certification
Austria (IFPI) [14] Platinum
Germany (BVMI) [15] 2 × Platinum
Switzerland (IFPI) [16] 2 × Platinum

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