Finally (CeCe Peniston song)

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"Finally"
Cover art for French editions of the single
Single by CeCe Peniston
from the album Finally
B-side
Released September 21, 1991 (1991-09-21)
Format
Recorded 1991 (1991)
Genre
Length 4:08 (Album version)
Label
Writer(s)
Producer(s)
Certification
CeCe Peniston chronology
"Finally"
(1991)
"I Like It"
(1991)
Music sample
Music video
"7" Mix" on YouTube

"Finally" is a 1991 song by the musician CeCe Peniston. A dance mix of this song was made, and this remixed version was used in many dance music compilations. "Finally" became Peniston's first (and biggest) hit song, peaking at number five on the US Hot 100 in January 1992 and becoming her only U.S. top-ten hit to date. Prior to that, it was also successful on the US Dance chart, where it spent two weeks at number one in late 1991. In addition, the song peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart in a remixed version.

Composition[edit]

The song is based on the piano riff from the house music classic "Someday" by CeCe Rogers from 1987.[citation needed]

Credits and personnel[edit]

Management
Production
Personnel

Track listings and formats[edit]

7", DE, #AM 822[1]
7", EU, #390 822-7[2]
7", FR, #390 822-7[3]
7", UK, #AM 822[4]
CS, FR, #390 822-4[5]
CD, FR, #390 696 2[6]
  1. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
  2. "Finally" (7" Mix without Rap) – 4:05
CS, AU, #390 670-4[7]
CD, AU, #390 670 2/390 670-2[8]
  1. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
  2. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04
7", NL, #AM 858/390858[9]
7", UK, #AM 858[10]
  1. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
  2. "Finally" (7" PKA Mix) – 3:58
CS, US, #75021 1586 4[11]
  1. "Finally" (7" Mix) – 4:27
  2. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
12", AU, #390 822-1[12]
12", EU & UK, #AMY 822/390 822-1[13]
12", EU & UK, Promo, #AMY 822/390 822-1[14]
12", NL, #390 822-1[15]
12", UK, Promo, #AMYDJ 822[16]
  1. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04
  2. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
  3. "Finally" (Somedub Mix) – 7:07
12", UK, #AMY 858[17]
12", UK, Promo, #AMYDJ 858[18]
  1. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04
  2. "Finally" (12" PKA Mix) – 7:08
  3. "We Got a Love Thang" (The Factory Jam) – 7:08
12", (–), Promo, #AMDJ093091[19]
  1. "Finally" (12" Mix) – 7:04
  2. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04
  3. "Finally" (7" Mix) – 4:27
CD, UK, #AMCD 822/390 822-2[20]
  1. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
  2. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04
  3. "Finally" (Somedub Mix) – 7:07
CD, US, #75021 2396 2[21]
  1. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
  2. "Finally" (12" Mix without Rap) – 7:07
  3. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04
MCD, EU & UK, #AMCD 822/390 822-2[22]
MCD, FR, #390 822-2[23]
  1. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
  2. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04
  3. "Finally" (Somedub Mix) – 7:07
  4. "Finally" (7" Mix without Rap) – 4:05
MCD, UK, #AMCD 858/390858-2[24]
  1. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
  2. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04
  3. "Finally" (12" PKA Mix) – 7:08
  4. "Finally" (7" PKA Mix) – 3:58
  5. "Finally" (Somedub Mix) – 7:07
12", UK, Double, Promo, #FREE 40[25]
  1. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04
  2. "Finally" (12" Original Mix) – 7:04
  3. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
  4. "Finally" (Somedub Mix) – 7:07
  5. "Finally" (Momo Dub Mix) – 7:04
  6. "Finally" (Journey Mix) – 7:02
12", US, #75021 2385 1[26]
MCS, US, #75021 2387 4[27]
  1. "Finally" (12" Mix) – 7:04
  2. "Finally" (Momo Mix) – 7:02
  3. "Finally" (7" Mix) – 4:27
  4. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04
  5. "Finally" (Journey Mix) – 7:02
  6. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
12", US, Double, Promo, #75021 2385 1[28]
  1. "Finally" (12" Mix) – 7:04
  2. "Finally" (Momo Mix) – 7:02
  3. "Finally" (12" Mix without Rap) – 7:07
  4. "Finally" (Original Mix) – 7:04
  5. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04
  6. "Finally" (Journey Mix) – 7:02
  7. "Finally" (Somedub Mix) – 7:07
  8. "Finally" (Original Instrumental) – 7:07
MCD, US, Promo, #75021 7281 2[29]
  1. "Finally" (7" Mix) – 4:27
  2. "Finally" (7" Mix without Rap) – 4:05
  3. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
  4. "Finally" (12" Mix) – 7:04
  5. "Finally" (12" Mix without Rap) – 7:07
  6. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04
  7. "Finally" (Momo Mix) – 7:02
  8. "Finally" (Journey Mix) – 7:02
  9. "Finally" (Somedub Mix) – 7:07

Charts and certifications[edit]

Chart successions[edit]

Preceded by
"Lost in Music"
by Stereo MC's
U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Music Club Play
number-one single

October 26, 1991 – November 2, 1991
Succeeded by
"The Pressure Part 1"
by Sounds of Blackness
Preceded by
"Running Back to You"
by Vanessa L. Williams
Canadian RPM 10 Dance/Urban
number-one single

November 16, 1991 – November 23, 1991
Succeeded by
"Set Adrift on Memory Bliss"
by P.M. Dawn

Music awards and nominations[edit]

Reissues[edit]

"Finally '97"
Single by CeCe Peniston
from the album Finally (1997 reissue)
B-side
Released September 1997 (1997-09)
Format
Length 3:26 (Classic Funk Radio Mix)
Label
Producer(s)
Music video
"Classic Funk Radio Mix" on YouTube

Finally 1997[edit]

In 1997, "Finally" was remixed by Eric Kupper to enhance the overseas issue of singer's 92's album Finally, which was re-released in Europe and Japan along with her greatest collection The Best Of CeCe Peniston .

The new remixed version of the song entitled "Classic Funk Mix" (a.k.a. "Finally '97") successfully re-entered the British charts, peaking on September 13 at number 26 on the UK Singles Chart,[31] meaning Peniston had three chart entries with one and the same title (in March 92, in September 97).

Additional credits
  • Recording studio – Hysteria Recording
  • Publishing – PolyGram Music
  • Producer, engineering, programming, keyboards, guitar and bassEric Kupper
  • Remixing – Kupper, George Mitchell and Steven Doherty (as Sharp)
  • Design – Alex
Track listings and formats
CD, FR, #582 382 2[50]
  1. "Finally" (Classic Funk Radio Mix) – 3:26
  2. "Finally" (Classic Funk Mix) – 7:13
MCD, EU, #582 383-2[51]
  1. "Finally" (Classic Funk Radio Mix) – 3:26
  2. "Finally" (Classic Funk Mix) – 7:13
  3. "Finally" (Nasty Funk Mix)" – 8:00
  4. "Finally" (Nasty Funk Dub)" – 5:28
12", IT, #ZAC 243[52]
  1. "Finally" (Nasty Funk Mix)" – 8:00
  2. "Finally" (Nasty Funk Dub)" – 5:28
  3. "Finally" (Classic Funk Mix) – 7:13
  4. "Finally" (Classic Funk Radio Mix) – 3:26
MCD, EU & UK, #582 345-2[53]
  1. "Finally" (Classic Funk Radio Mix) – 3:26
  2. "Finally" (Choice' Mix) – 4:09
  3. "We Got a Love Thang" (Silky 7") – 4:28
  4. "Hit by Love" (LP Version) – 4:34
MCD, EU & UK, #582 343-2[54]
  1. "Finally" (Classic Funk Radio Mix) – 3:26
  2. "Finally" (Classic Funk Mix) – 7:13
  3. "Finally" (Nasty Funk Mix)" – 8:00
  4. "Finally" (Nasty Funk Dub)" – 5:28
  5. "Finally" (Sharp's System Vocal) – 8:16
  6. "Finally" (Sharp's Funky Mirror Ball Dub) – 6:00
12", UK, Double, #582 343-1[55]
12", UK, Double, Promo, #AMPMDJ 97[56]
  1. "Finally" (Nasty Funk Mix)" – 8:00
  2. "Finally" (Sharp's System Vocal) – 8:16
  3. "Finally" (Acappella)
  4. "Finally" (Nasty Funk Dub)" – 5:28
  5. "Finally" (Sharp's Funky Mirror Ball Dub) – 6:00
  6. "Finally" (Classic Funk Mix) – 7:13
  7. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:05
Charts
Peak positions
Chart (1997) Peak
position
UK Top 75 Singles[31] 26

"Finally 2k8"
Promotional single from the album Mastermix: Pro Dance 08
Released 2008 (2008)
Format Download
Length 7:05
Label Bimbo Rock (AU)
Producer

Finally 2008[edit]

In the summer of 2008, the song was remixed by Kam Denny, an Australian DJ and producer, and Paul Zala, also electro house DJ based in Melbourne. Subtitled as "Kam Denny & Paul Zala Remix", or rather "Vandalism Remix", the promotional single was released in Australia on Bimbo Rock, a local indie dance/electro label formed by TV Rock. The new adaptation gained underground house music popularity entered the local Club Tracks Chart, topping for four weeks at number one.[57]

Additional credits
  • Producers and remixing – Kam Denny and Paul Zala
Charts

"Finally 2011"
Single by CeCe Peniston featuring Joyriders
B-side Remix
Released October 3, 2011 (2011-10-03)
Format
Length 2:58 (Roman Hunter Airplay Mix)
Label
Producer(s)
  • Remix: Hunter
  • Digitalchord
  • Freeman
  • Le Duc
  • Nordgren
  • Booker
Music video
"Finally" featuring Joyriders on YouTube

Finally 2011[edit]

At the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of "Finally," Peniston made a number of additional remixes of the song for Paul Oakenfold, featuring Joyriders, and supported also by music video.[60] Originally, the song was to be attached to her cancelled studio album CeCe.[61]

Additional credits
  • Executive producer – Paul Oakenfold
  • Vocals – Peniston (re-recorded)
  • Performer – Joyriders
  • Producers and remixing – Roman Hunter, Digitalchord, Zen Freeman, Remy Le Duc, Mikael Nordgren (as Tiger Stripes), Chuckii Booker (as DJ Cii)
  • Vocal production – Kevin Lewis
Track listings and formats
MD, UK, #ARDI 2487[62]
CD-R, US, #(–)[63]
  1. "Finally" (Roman Hunter Airplay Mix) – 2:58
MD, UK, #PRFCT009[64]
CD-R, US, #(–)[65]
  1. "Finally" (Roman Hunter Remix) – 7:03
  2. "Finally" (Digitalchord Remix) – 7:00
  3. "Finally" (Zen Freeman & Remy Le Duc Remix) – 6:03
  4. "Finally" (Tiger Stripes Remix) – 7:22
  5. "Finally" (DJ Cii Remix) – 2:31
VA

Deep House Selection, Volume 6 (The Finest Deep House Tunes) • MD, EU, #ARDI3544[66]
— 1. "Finally" (Tiger Stripes Radio Edit) - 3:15

Legacy[edit]

In popular culture[edit]

The song features in the 1998 film Bimboland produced by Ariel Zeitoun. The 7-inch Choice Mix was used in the 1994 film The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert and featured on its soundtrack album. The song is also featured in the stage musical based on the film.[citation needed]

For her ninth tour Showgirl: The Homecoming Tour that resumed on November 11, 2006 at Sydney Entertainment Centre (ended on January 23, 2007), Kylie Minogue used elements of Peniston's song when performing her 2000 comeback single "Spinning Around", co-written by Paula Abdul.[citation needed]

In November 2009, pop musician Lady Gaga used excerpts of "Finally" for the opening of The Monster Ball Tour in her song "Dance in the Dark".[citation needed]

In July 2014, British singer Matt Fishel included a cover version of the song on his virtual EP Cover Boy. The accompanyng video won the category for Best Lyric Video at the 2014 LGBT-based RightOutTV Music & Video Award.[67]

The song was also used in an advertisement for Ariel detergent in the Philippines, along with modified lyrics to promote the product.[68] The commercial has since spawned numerous parodies poking fun at the campy nature of the commercial and the song used, with numerous people and fictional characters lip-syncing to the tune.[69]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

General
Specific
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