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Fallin' (Teenage Fanclub and De La Soul song)

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Fallin' (Teenage Fanclub and De La Soul song)

Single by Teenage Fanclub and De La Soul
from the album Judgment Night
Released 1994
Format CD single, 12" single
Recorded 1993
Genre Hip hop, alternative rock
Label Immortal
Writer(s) K. Mercer, D. Jolicoeur, V. Mason, N. Blake, G. Love, R. McGinley, B. O'Hare
Producer(s) Teenage Fanclub, De La Soul
De La Soul singles chronology
"Ego Trippin' (Part Two)"
"Stakes Is High"

"Fallin'" is a collaboration between Scottish alternative rock band Teenage Fanclub and American hip hop trio De La Soul. It was released in early 1994. The song was recorded for the soundtrack to the action film Judgment Night, which featured other collaborations between well-known rock, metal and hip hop groups. The chorus was sampled from the song "Free Fallin'" from Tom Petty's 1989 solo album Full Moon Fever.


  • Music video 1
  • Track listing 2
  • Charts 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Music video

The "Fallin'" music video was directed by Josh Taft. It features De La Soul and Teenage Fanclub wandering the hallways and classrooms of a high school while children dressed as angels dance around during a school play.

Track listing

  1. "Fallin' (Album Version)"
  2. "Fallin' (Acapella)"
  3. "Fallin' (Remix)"
  4. "Fallin' (Instrumental)"


Chart (1994) Peak
UK Singles Chart 59


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