Have a Look

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"Have a Look"
Single by Vanessa Amorosi
from the album The Power
Released 12 July 1999
(see release history)
Format CD
Genre Pop rock
Label Transistor Music/CBK Produktions/BMG Australia
Writer(s) Vanessa Amorosi/Mark Holden/Shaun Imrei
Producer(s) Steve Mac
Certification Gold (Australia)
Vanessa Amorosi singles chronology
"Have a Look"
"Absolutely Everybody"

"Have a Look", is the debut single by Australian singer-songwriter, Vanessa Amorosi, released in July 1999. It reached No. 13 on the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Singles Chart;[1] and achieved Gold status in just seven weeks.[2] It was produced by Steve Mac[2] (Boyzone, Five, Westlife) and was later included on her debut album The Power (2000).

The song was co-written by Amorosi with Australian Idol judge, Mark Holden and Shaun Imrei.[3] With a limited budget, its Australian video clip features Amorosi travelling around the Sydney train network, as well as walking around Bondi Junction and Liverpool plaza shopping complex.[4]

Track listing[edit]

# "Have a Look" (Australia) Time
1. "Have a Look" (Radio mix) 3:34
2. "Have a Look" (Extended mix) 4:55
3. "Have a Look" (Instrumental) 3:30
# "Have a Look" (Germany) Time
1. "Have a Look" (7th District radio edit) 3:47
2. "Have a Look" (Album version) 3:34
3. "Heroes Live Forever" 4:31
4. "Rise Up" 3:36

The German single "Have a Look" (Limited Edition) contains a bonus video clip of "Have a Look" (Live acoustic version) live at MTV.


Chart (1999) Peak
Australian ARIA Singles Chart[1] 13
Chart (2001) Peak
German Singles Chart[5] 73
Swiss Singles Chart[6] 72
End Of Year Charts (1999) Peak
ARIA Singles Chart 64
Australian Artist Singles Chart 8


Country Certification Sales
Australia Gold[7] 35,000+

Release history[edit]

Region Date
Australia 12 July 1999
Germany 28 May 2001



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