Titanic (band)  

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Titanic was a rock band active from 1969 to 2014. Its members came from Norway and Britain.

In October 1971 Titanic reached Number 5 in the UK Singles Chart, with their instrumental track, "Sultana" in the style of Santana.



  • Titanic, 1970, CBS Records
  • Sea Wolf, 1970, CBS Records
  • Eagle Rock, 1973, CBS Records
  • Ballad of a Rock 'N Roll Loser, 1975, CBS Records
  • Return of Drakkar, 1977, Egg Records
  • Eye of the Hurricane, 1979, Egg Records
  • Lower the Atlantic, 1993, Metal Enterprises (also released in France as 'Heart of Rock' on New Disc Records)
  • Ashes and Diamonds, 2008, Repertoire Records


  • "Sultana"/"Sing Fool Sing", 1970, CBS
  • "Half Breed"/"Santa Fé",1970,CBS
  • "Santa Fé", 1971, CBS
  • "Rain 2000", 1972, CBS Holland
  • "Richmond Express", 1973, CBS France
  • "Macumba", 1973, CBS Spain
  • "Slideing Down Again", 1974, CBS France
  • "Buckshee Woman", 1975, CBS France
  • "Dance Baby Dance (Frisco Queen)" / "Hollywood (Oh La La)", 1979, Ariola, 107014 - Netherlands
  • "Iceberg"

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