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Infernal discography

Infernal discography
Lina Rafn at the 2007 Danish DJ Awards.
Releases
Studio albums 6
Singles 23
Music videos 12
Remix albums 1

This is the discography of Danish dance duo Infernal consisting of band members Lina Rafn (pictured), Paw Lagermann, and ex-band member Søren Haahr, who left the band after the release of their debut album, Infernal Affairs in 1998.[1] Their first single, "Sorti de L'enfer" managed to reach the top 20 in the Danish Singles Chart, and following this success, the band have released a further three studio albums (one of which, From Paris to Berlin, reached the number one spot in Denmark), one remix album and an additional twenty-three singles, seven of which were worldwide hits. All of Infernal's singles released in their home country have reached the top 20 in the singles chart. "From Paris to Berlin" is widely recognised to be Infernal's signature song, as it was the song that launched them into many other markets such as the United Kingdom, the United States and Australia, as well as a lot of other European countries. On May 7, 2009, Infernal added the iShop to their website, which enables anyone in the world to buy their music in physical format (CD), as well as band merchandise, as they deliver worldwide.[2] In addition, members of Klicktrack can also download Infernal's singles and albums directly from the band's website, in the format; MP3 320kbp/s.[3]

Albums

Studio albums

Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications Sales
DEN
[4]
FIN
[5]
UK
[6]
Infernal Affairs
  • Released: 1998
  • Label: Flex
  • Format: CD
6[7]
  • DEN: 80,000[9]
Waiting for Daylight[A]
  • Released: 2001
  • Label: Flex
  • Format: CD
32
From Paris to Berlin 1 29 44
  • DEN: 2× Platinum[10]
  • WW: 1,000,000
Electric Cabaret
  • Released: August 11, 2008
  • Label: Border Breakers
  • Format: CD, digital download
2
  • DEN: 2× Platinum[11]
Fall from Grace
  • Released: September 27, 2010
  • Label: Border Breakers
  • Format: CD, digital download
9
Put Your F**king Hands Up
  • Released: September 2013
  • Label: Border Breakers
  • Format: CD, digital download
17
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

Notes

  • A^ Waiting for Daylight was re-released in 2001 under the title Muzaik, which features new songs and new editions of previously released songs. It peaked at number 17 on the Danish Albums Chart.[12]

Remix albums

Year Album details
1998 Remixed Affairs
  • Released: 1998
  • Label: FLEX Records
  • Format: CD

Compilation albums

Year Album details
2005 Kalinka
2013 De første fra Infernal
  • Released: January 4, 2013
  • Label: EMI
  • Format: Digital download

Singles

Year Song Peak chart positions Certifications Album
DEN
[13]
AUS
[14]
AUT
[15]
FIN
[16]
FRA
[17]
IRE
[18]
NLD
[19]
SPA
[20]
SWE
[21]
UK
[22]
1997 "Sorti de L'enfer" 5 Infernal Affairs
1998 "Highland Fling" 2
"Kalinka" 1
"Voodoo Cowboy" 12
1999 "Your Crown" 8
2000 "Serengeti" 10 Waiting for Daylight
"Sunrise" 6
2001 "Muzaik" 5
"You Receive Me" 12 Muzaik
2002 "Let Me Hear You Say Yeah" 11
2003 "The Cult of Noise" (featuring Snap!) non-album single
"Banjo Thing"
(featuring Red$tar)
3 From Paris to Berlin
2004 "Cheap Trick Kinda Girl" (*) 28
"From Paris to Berlin" (*) 1 20 49 2 14 2 9 20 57 2
2005 "Keen on Disco" (*) 20 12 13
"A to the B" (*) 3 49
2006 "Ten Miles" (*) 5
"Self Control" 2 6 14 18
2007 "I Won't Be Crying" (*) 2 16 99 123
2008 "Downtown Boys" 2 Electric Cabaret
"Whenever You Need Me" 8
"Electric Light" 5
2009 "Redefinition"
2010 "Love Is All..." 6 Fall from Grace
"Alone, Together"
2012 "Can't Go Back" 29
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.
  • (*) The chart positions are based on the Download Top-20 chart in Denmark, which is based on digital sales.

As featured artist

Year Song Peak chart positions Certifications Album
DEN
[13]
2011 "Speakers On"
(Kato and Infernal)
2
  • DEN: Gold (streaming)[29]
Discolized 2.0

Music videos

Year Song Director
1998 "Kalinka" Unknown
2004 "From Paris to Berlin" Ronnie Fridthjof
"Cheap Trick Kinda Girl" Unknown
2005 "Keen on Disco"
"A to the B" Jesper Fleng
2006 "Ten Miles" Loïc Maes
"Self Control" Jesper Fleng
2007 "I Won't Be Crying" Loïc Maes
2008 "Downtown Boys"
"Whenever You Need Me"
2009 "Electric Light"
"Redefinition"
2010 "Love Is All..."[30] Jakob Øllgaard
"Alone, Together"

Other appearances

Year Title Album Notes
2000 "Goagartner" Gi'r du et kys? Song produced by Paw Lagermann for the Banjos Likørstue album Gi'r du et kys?.
2001 "Turn Up the Music" Payback Time Song produced by Infernal and DJ Aligator for DJ Aligator Project's debut studio album Payback Time.
"Kissing" Afterlife Song written by Bliss, Lars Erlandsson, Fredrik Lenander, Sanne Gottlieb, Tchando and Paw Lagermann for Bliss' debut studio album Afterlife.
2002 "Silent Heart" "Silent Heart" (single) Lyrics written by Infernal for the Green Court single "Silent Heart". Vocals by Lina Rafn.
2003 "Miracle" Freedom Song written by Infernal, Michelle Djarling, Hannibal Gustafsson and produced by Infernal for Sanne Salomonsen's eleventh studio album Freedom.
2004 "Egyptian Disco" "Egyptian Disco" (single) Song produced by DJ Disse and Paw Lagermann for the DJ Disse single "Egyptian Disco".
"Jukebox" Jukebox Song written by Infernal, Remee and Bent Fabricius-Bjerre and produced by Infernal for the Bent Fabric studio album Jukebox.
"Everytime" Song produced by Infernal.
"Keep on Rising" Song written by Infernal, Remee, Bent Fabricius-Bjerre and Carsten Jul and produced by Infernal.
"Shake" Song written by Infernal, Remee and Bent Fabricius-Bjerre and produced by Infernal.
"Pusterummet" Song written by Bent Fabricius-Bjerre and produced by Infernal.
"Stop, stop" MGP 2004 Song written and produced by Infernal for the Danish junior singing competition MGP. Performed by Line Rømer.
2005 "Summer Lovin'" When the Musikk Starts to Play Song written by Infernal, Jon Nørgaard, Mikkel Torsting and Jesper Green for Musikk's debut studio album When the Musikk Starts to Play.
"When the Musikk Starts to Play" Song written by Paw Lagermann, Janus Bosen Barnewitz, Thomas Sardorf, Navtej Singh Rehal, Kristian Paulsen, Mikkel Torsting and Jesper Green.
"Get Serious 2003" Song produced by Paw Lagermann and Musikk.
"Intro Conversation" Song written by Infernal and Eddie Chacon. Produced by Paw Lagermann and Musikk.
"Would I Lie to You" Song produced by Paw Lagermann. Backing vocals by Lina Rafn.
"Outro Conversation" Song written by Infernal and Eddie Chacon. Produced by Paw Lagermann and Musikk.
"Shake That Booty" Song written by Infernal and produced by Paw Lagermann. Vocals by Lina Rafn.
2006 "Night People" "Night People" (single) Song written by Lina Rafn, Steen Thøttrup and Tim Andresen for the Professional Losers single "Night People". Vocals by Lina Rafn.
2007 "Smiling" Jazz Is the Grass I Cut Song written by Infernal, Moses Malone and De La Ray for the Jazzbox debut studio album Jazz Is the Grass I Cut.

References

  1. For "Sorti de L'enfer":
  2. For "Highland Fling"
  3. For "Kalinka":
  4. For "Your Crown"
  5. For "Serengeti":
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