The Unknown (Madeline Juno album)

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The Unknown
File:The Unknown cover.jpg
Studio album by Madeline Juno
Released March 7, 2014 (2014-03-07)
Genre Pop
Length 60:32
Label Polydor (UMG)
Producer Patrick Benzner
Dave Roth
Singles from The Unknown
  1. "Error"
    Released: November 1, 2013
  2. "Like Lovers Do"
    Released: February 28, 2014

The Unknown is the first album by the German singer-songwriter Madeline Juno. It was released on March 7, 2014, by Polydor and peaked at number 24 on the German album charts.

Background

Juno had worked on the album for four years. She started in 2009 when she was 14 years old and has uploaded some of her songs on YouTube.[1] She wrote the song "Melancholy Heartbeat" at the age of 14.[2] During an interview Juno stated that her favourite song is "Like Lovers Do".[3] Juno describes the album as "acoustic and melodic music full of hope" and calls her music "Heart-Core".[2] All songs are in English and were written by Madeline Juno, David Jost and Dave Roth.

Release and promotion

The Unknown was released on March 7, 2014 in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. It could be pre-ordered since February 16, 2014, on iTunes. Everyone who pre-ordered got a free copy of the singles "Error" and "Sympathy".[4] Erhältlich ist das Album als CD und Download. On December 13, 2013 it was announced that Madeline Juno would perform on the German national final for the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 called Unser Song für Dänemark für den Eurovision Song Contest 2014 where she performs the singles Error and Like Lovers Do.[5] Juno participates on Adel Tawil's tour Lieder-Tour 2014.[6]

Track list

# Song Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1 The Unknown Madeline Juno, Dave Roth Patrick Benzner, Dave Roth 3:05
2 Like Lovers Do Madeline Juno, Dave Roth Patrick Benzner, Dave Roth 3:12
3 Six Cigarettes Madeline Juno, Dave Roth Patrick Benzner, Dave Roth 3:39
4 Day One Madeline Juno, Dave Roth Patrick Benzner, Dave Roth 3:45
5 Feel You David Jost, Madeline Juno, Dave Roth Patrick Benzner, Dave Roth 3:34
6 Same Sky Madeline Juno, Dave Roth Patrick Benzner, Dave Roth 3:00
7 Error David Jost, Madeline Juno, Dave Roth Patrick Benzner, Dave Roth 3:57
8 Vertigo Madeline Juno, Dave Roth Patrick Benzner, Dave Roth 3:53
9 Melancholy Heartbeat Madeline Juno, Dave Roth Patrick Benzner, Dave Roth 4:19
10 Second Time Around Madeline Juno, Dave Roth Patrick Benzner, Dave Roth 3:18
11 Sympathy Madeline Juno, Dave Roth Patrick Benzner, Dave Roth 4:54
12 Always This Way Madeline Juno, Dave Roth Patrick Benzner, Dave Roth 4:36
13 Do It Again David Jost, Madeline Juno, Dave Roth Patrick Benzner, Dave Roth 3:23
14 If This Was a Movie Madeline Juno, Dave Roth Patrick Benzner, Dave Roth 4:10
15 Ego You Madeline Juno, Dave Roth Patrick Benzner, Dave Roth 3:57
16 Another You Madeline Juno, Dave Roth Patrick Benzner, Dave Roth 3:50

Personnel

  • Patrick Benzner: producer
  • David Jost: composer
  • Madeline Juno: vocals, composer
  • Dave Roth: composer, producer

Charts

Chart Peak
position
 Germany[7] 24
  Switzerland[8] 45

Lieder tour 2014

Madeline Juno took part in the Lieder of the German singer Adel Tawil where she served as a supporting act.[9]

Date Town Place Country
21 March 2014 Munich Olympiahalle  Germany
22 March 2014 Vienna Wiener Stadthalle  Austria
24 March 2014 Freiburg Rothaus Arena  Germany
25 March 2014 Stuttgart Porsche-Arena
27 March 2014 Hannover TUI Arena
28 March 2014 Schwerin Sport- und Kongresshalle
29 March 2014 Berlin o2 World
31 March 2014 Magdeburg GETEC Arena
1 April 2014 Köln Lanxess Arena
3 April 2014 Hamburg o2 World
4 April 2014 Oberhausen König-Pilsener-Arena
5 April 2014 Nuremberg Nuremberg Arena
7 April 2014 Leipzig Arena Leipzig
8 April 2014 Chemnitz Chemnitz Arena
9 April 2014 Saarbrücken Saarlandhalle
11 April 2014 Frankfurt am Main Festhalle Frankfurt
12 April 2014 Erfurt Messehalle
13 April 2014 Halle/Westfalen Gerry Weber Stadion

External links

References

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