Go Gone

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"Go Gone"
Single by Estelle
from the album The 18th Day
Released United Kingdom 29 March 2005
Format CD single, 12" vinyl, Digital download
Recorded 2004 (album version)
2005 (single version)
Genre R&B, soul, neo soul
Length 3:33
Label V2 Records, Stellarents Entertainment, JDid
Writer(s) E. Swaray, C. Emmanuel
Producer(s) Mike Peden (single version)
Estelle singles chronology
"Free"
(2004)
"Go Gone"
(2005)
"Wait a Minute (Just a Touch)"
(2007)
Alternative cover
UK CD: 2 single cover

"Go Gone" was the third and final commercial single released by British singer-songwriter Estelle from her debut album The 18th Day. "Go Gone" was remixed by Lenny Kravitz's band in L.A. for single release. The 18th Day was subsequently re-released with the single remix replacing the original and previous b-side "Freedom" added to the track listing.

The "Go Gone" single was released on 29 March 2005 and underperformed in comparison to previous singles "1980" and "Free", peaking at #32 on the UK Singles Chart, remaining in the top 75 for three weeks.

Music video[edit]

The music video for "Go Gone" was inspired by Tina Turner and featured an appearance by British presenter and comedian Mark Lamarr, who introduced Estelle at the beginning of the video. The video was featured on the maxi CD single of "Go Gone".

Formats and track listings[edit]

UK CD 1
  1. "Go Gone" (single version)
  2. "Go Gone" (EB Get Down remix)
UK CD 2
  1. "Go Gone" (single version)
  2. "Go Gone" (Rough Diamond remix)
  3. "Go Gone" (Soul Central remix)
  4. "Go Gone" (EB Get Down remix)
  5. "Go Gone" (video)
UK 12" vinyl
  • Side A
  1. "Go Gone" (single version)
  2. "Go Gone" (EB Get Down remix)
  • Side B
  1. "Go Gone" (Soul Central remix)
  2. "Go Gone" (Rough Diamond remix)

Charts[edit]

Chart (2005)[1] Peak
position
UK Singles Chart 32

References[edit]