Stach Stach

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"Stach Stach"
Single by Bratisla Boys
from the album Anthologigi
B-sideRemix
ReleasedApril 2002
FormatCD single, 12" maxi
Recorded2002
GenrePop
Length3:14
LabelJam Block
Sony Music
Writer(s)Dvorjak, Olaff, Piotr
Bratisla Boys singles chronology
"Stach Stach"
(2002)
"It's Kyz My Life"
(2002)
Music sample
 
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"Stach Stach"
Single by Bratisla Boys
from the album Anthologigi
B-sideRemix
ReleasedApril 2002
FormatCD single, 12" maxi
Recorded2002
GenrePop
Length3:14
LabelJam Block
Sony Music
Writer(s)Dvorjak, Olaff, Piotr
Bratisla Boys singles chronology
"Stach Stach"
(2002)
"It's Kyz My Life"
(2002)
Music sample

"Stach Stach" is 2002 song recorded by Michael Youn and his band Bratisla Boys. This humoristic song was released as first single from the album Anthologigi, in April 2002. Entirely composed of onomatopoeics and meaningless words on a repetitive music, the song became a hit, topping the chart in France for almost four months.

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Song information

The song was first performed as a joke in the French TV show Morning Live, hosted by Michaël Youn and his two friends and broadcast on M6.[1] As it was well received by the public, it was recorded and eventually released as a single, and was sponsored by Fun Radio.

In a funny way, the song is supposed to having been recorded in a submarine while it was at 300 metres of deep. Dvorjak, Olaff and Piotr, who are indicated as writers and composers of the song, are actually the singers under a pseudonym.[2] All three appear bare buttocks on the back of the single cover.

In France, the single was charted for 38 weeks on the chart (top 100) from April 20, 2002. It spent ten weeks atop, 21 weeks in the top ten and 31 weeks in the top 50.[3] Certified Diamond,[4] it is to date the 33rd best-selling single of all time in France.[5]

Track listings

  1. "Stach Stach" (edit long) — 3:14
  2. "Stach Stach" (edit radio) — 1:24
  3. "Stach Stach" (instrumental) — 3:14
  4. "Bratisla Theme" — 3:38
  1. "Stach Stach" (edit long) — 3:14
  2. "Stach Stach" (edit radio) — 1:24
  3. "Stach Stach" (instrumental) — 3:14
  4. "Bratisla Theme" — 3:38
  1. "Stach Stach" (edit long) — 3:14
  2. "Stach Stach" (edit radio 1) — 1:45
  3. "Bratisla anthem" — 3:38

Credits

Charts

Peak positions

Chart (2002)Peak
position
Belgian (Wallonia) Singles Chart[3]3
French SNEP Singles Chart[3]1
Swiss Singles Chart[3]2

End of year charts

End of year chart (2002)Position
Belgian (Wallonia) Singles Chart[6]20
French Singles Chart[7]2
Swiss Singles Chart[8]49

Certifications

CountryCertificationDateSales certifiedPhysical sales
France[4]Diamond11 July 2002750,0001,250,000[9]

Chart successions

Preceded by
"Tous ensemble" by Johnny Hallyday
French SNEP number-one single (first run)
May 4, 2002 - June 8, 2002 (6 weeks)
Succeeded by
"Un Enfant de toi"
by Phil Barney and Marlène Duval
Preceded by
"Un Enfant de toi" by Phil Barney and Marlène Duval
French SNEP number-one single (second run)
July 6, 2002 (1 week)
Succeeded by
"Cum-cum mania" by Félicien
Preceded by
"J'ai demandé à la lune" by Indochine
French SNEP number-one single (third run)
July 27, 2002 - August 10, 2002 (3 weeks)
Succeeded by
"Inch'Allah" by MC Solaar

References

  1. ^ Habib, Elia (2002) (in French). Muz hit.tubes. Alinéa Bis. p. 556. ISBN 2-9518832-0-X. 
  2. ^ It is indicated on the back of the single cover
  3. ^ a b c d "Stach Stach", in various singles charts Lescharts.com (Retrieved September 26, 2008)
  4. ^ a b French certifications Disqueenfrance.com (Retrieved September 26, 2008)
  5. ^ Best-selling singles of all time Infodisc.fr (Retrieved September 26, 2008)
  6. ^ 2002 Belgian (Wallonia) Singles Chart Ultratop.be (Retrieved September 26, 2008)
  7. ^ 2002 French Singles Chart Disqueenfrance.com (Retrieved September 26, 2008)
  8. ^ 2002 Swiss Singles Chart Hitparade.ch (Retrieved September 26, 2008)
  9. ^ Les certifications depuis 1973, database Infodisc.fr (Retrieved 26 September 2008)