|"We Keep on Rockin'"|
|Single by Alcazar|
|from the album Disco Defenders|
|Released||29 April 2008 (Video Release)|
|Alcazar singles chronology|
"We Keep on Rockin" is a Eurodance song written by Anders Hansson and performed by Swedish band Alcazar. The song is the first single from their third album, Disco Defenders and it was released in the beginning of 2008.
A music video was produced to promote the single.
These are the formats and track listings of promotional single releases of "We Keep on Rockin'".
The song made its debut on Swedish Singles Charts at number 31 on 7 February 2008 and it peaked at number 4 on 21 February 2008, giving Alcazar one more Top 10 hit chart. "We Keep on Rockin'" stayed on the Swedish Singles Charts for a total of eleven weeks.
|Swedish Singles Chart||4|
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