Till Monkeys Fly

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Till Monkeys Fly
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Studio album by
ReleasedJanuary 2000
Genre Rock
Label SonyMusic Holland
Racoon chronology
Till Monkeys Fly
Here We Go, Stereo

Till Monkeys Fly is an album by the Dutch rock band Racoon. It was first released in January 2000.


Track listing

  1. "Hilarious"
  2. "By Your Side"
  3. "Daily News"
  4. "Smoothly"
  5. "Impossible"
  6. "Feel Like Flying"
  7. "Ice Cream Time"
  8. "Blue Days"
  9. "World on a Plate"
  10. "Rapid Eye Movement"
  11. "Shooting Star"
  12. "Particular"

Chart positions

Chart (2000-2001)Peak
Dutch Albums (Album Top 100) [1] 60


RegionCertification Certified units/sales
Netherlands (NVPI) [2] Gold40,000^

^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.

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