Toonage

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Toonage
Toonage.jpg
Studio album by
Released24 September 1998 (1998-09-24)
Recorded1998
Genre
Length34:09
Label Flex
Producer Kenneth Bager
Cartoons chronology
Toonage
(1998)
Toontastic!
(2001)
Singles from Toonage
  1. "DooDah!"
    Released: 1998
  2. "Witch Doctor"
    Released: 1998
  3. "Yoko"
    Released: 1998
  4. "Let's Go Childish"
    Released: 1998
  5. "Aisy Waisy"
    Released: 1999

Toonage is the debut album from the Danish bubblegum dance group Cartoons. [1] It was released in 1998 and was a huge success for the band. The album inside keeps the group's biggest hit "Witch Doctor", a cover version of Ross Bagdasarian's song from 1958. The number reached # 2 on the UK Singles Chart. The first single "DooDah!", adapted from American folk song "Camptown Races", was a big hit also in several countries, including Denmark, where it reached # 3 on the Danish charts.

Contents

The album was rereleased in 1999 titled More Toonage which contained more songs than the original.

Original track listing

No.TitleLength
1."Witch Doctor"3:07
2."DooDah!"3:13
3."Hold Me"3:06
4."Ramalama Daisy"3:44
5."Yoko"3:28
6."Who Put The Bomp"3:47
7."De Do Do Do De Da Da Da"3:20
8."Let's Go Childish"3:06
9."Aisy Waisy"2:56
10."Listen To My Heart"4:22
Total length:34:09

More Toonage track listing

No.TitleLength
1."Witch Doctor"3:06
2."DooDah!"3:12
3."Hold Me"3:06
4."Ramalama Daisy"3:43
5."Yoko"3:25
6."Who Put The Bomp"3:46
7."De Do Do Do De Da Da Da"3:20
8."Let's Go Childish"3:05
9."Aisy Waisy"2:57
10."Listen To My Heart"4:21
11."DooDah!" (Spanish version)3:12
12."Witch Doctor" (Spanish version)3:06
13."Santa Claus Is Coming To Town"2:46
14."Just Can't Wait"3:32
15."Millenium Megamix"4:59
Total length:51:36

Charts

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