5 “Crazy” Songs

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In our inaugural post for our new feature 5 Songs, we bring you five songs with the word “crazy” in the title.

“Crazy” by Seal

“Crazy” is a song written by the English singer-songwriter Seal and English songwriter Guy Sigsworth. It was produced by Trevor Horn and released by ZTT Records in November 1990 on Seal’s debut album, Seal (1991). The song became his first commercial hit, reaching No. 2 in the United Kingdom, while becoming his first top ten single in the United States.

“Let’s Go Crazy” by Prince and the Revolution

“Let’s Go Crazy” is a 1984 song by Prince and the Revolution, from the album Purple Rain. It is the opening track on both the album and the film Purple Rain. “Let’s Go Crazy” was one of Prince’s most popular songs, and was a staple for concert performances, often segueing into other hits.

“Crazy Nights” by Loudness

“Crazy Night” (also known as “Crazy Nights”) is the fourth single by Japanese heavy metal band Loudness, from their 1985 album Thunder in the East. Written by lead vocalist Minoru Niihara and guitarist Akira Takasaki and produced by Max Norman, the single was released by Nippon Columbia on December 1, 1984, in Japan and by Atco Records on November 1, 1985. The song was the band’s big break in the American metal scene and has since become their signature song. MZA!!!

“Crazy on You” by Heart

“Crazy on You” is a song by American rock band Heart from their debut studio album, Dreamboat Annie (1975). It was released in March 1976 as the album’s third single in Canada and the album’s debut single in the United States. It reached the top 25 in Canada and the top 35 in the US. It found more success in the Netherlands and Belgium where it peaked at number 2 and 13, respectively.

“Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy” by Sammy Hagar

“Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy” is a song written and performed by Sammy Hagar from his album Three Lock Box. It provided Hagar with his only top 20 solo hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at number 13 in 1983. The song reached number 19 in Canada. It ranks as the 79th biggest U.S. hit of 1983.

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