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Old Pop in an Oak

"Old Pop in an Oak" is a dance song by the Swedish band Rednex, off their first album Sex & Violins. It is essentially a nonsensical song that relies on a catchy beat and the band's trademark blend of country and electronica to carry it - the melody and structure of the song bears a resemblance to their single "Cotton-Eye Joe".

While not a hit in the U.S. (as their rendition of "Cotton Eye Joe" was), the song can readily be found on several dance compilation albums.

Track listings

CD maxi

  1. "Old Pop in an Oak" (Original Radio Edit) — 3:30
  2. "Old Pop in an Oak" (Doug's Klub Mix) — 5:25
  3. "Old Pop in an Oak" (Original Extended Mix) — 5:38
  4. "Old Pop in an Oak" (Doug's Phantom Dub Mix) — 3:50
  5. "Old Pop in an Oak" (Original Instrumental) — 3:20

Certifications

Country Certification Date Sales certified
Austria Platinum March 9, 1995 30,000
Germany Platinum 1995 300,000
Norway Platinum 1995 10,000
Switzerland Gold 1995 25,000

Charts

Chart (1995) Peak
position
Austrian Singles Chart 1
Belgian (Wallonia) Singles Chart 32
Dutch Singles Chart 11
French SNEP Singles Chart 50
German Singles Chart 2
Irish Singles Chart 11
New Zealand RIANZ Singles Chart 7
Norwegian Singles Chart 1
Swedish Singles Chart 1
Swiss Singles Chart 2
UK Singles Chart 12
End of year chart (1995) Position
Austrian Singles Chart 2
Belgian (Wallonia) Singles Chart 56
Swiss Singles Chart 11

References

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