I'm in the Mood

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For the Little Willie Littlefield album, see I'm in the Mood (album).
"I'm in the Mood"
Single by CeCe Peniston
from the album Thought 'Ya Knew
B-side Remix
"Keep On Walkin'"
"Crazy Love"
Released December 14, 1993
Format CD single
CD Maxi
7" Single
12" Maxi
Recorded 1993
Genre House
Length 4:11
Label A&M
Writer(s) Steven Nikolas
Brendon Sibley
Soulshock & Karlin

Soulshock & Karlin
David Morales
Steve Hurley
Manny Lehman
Damon Jones
CeCe Peniston

Music sample
Music video
"I'm In The Mood" on YouTube
CeCe Peniston singles chronology
"I'm in the Mood"
"I'm Not Over You"
Compact disc

"I'm In The Mood" is a 1993 song by the musician CeCe Peniston, released as the first commercial single taken from Thought 'Ya Knew, the singer's second studio album.

The composition scored her fourth number one in the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, and entered also the Top 10 of the US R&B, peaking at number seven. In the Hot 100 the title peaked at number thirty-two, while in the UK Top 75 at number sixteen.

A special extended remix of "Keep On Walkin'", one of the Peniston's previous singles, appeared on B-side.

In a 2011 interview for Boy Culture, TypePad's bloging service, Peniston mentioned that she has actually expected a better reception of the single.[1]

Credits and personnel[edit]

Track listings[edit]


Chart successions[edit]

Preceded by
"A Deeper Love" by Aretha Franklin
U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Music Club Play
number-one single

March 12, 1994
Succeeded by
"I Want You" by Juliet Roberts
Preceded by
"All That She Wants" by Ace of Base
Japanese Tokio Hot 100
number-one single

March 12, 1994
Succeeded by
"The Sign" by Ace of Base

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "We Got a Love That Dare Not Speak Its Name Thang: An Interview with CeCe Peniston". Boy Culture. TypePad. 2011-06-13. boyculture.typepad.com. Retrieved 2011-07-29. "I thought, "I'm in the Mood" would've done better. It did good, but I would've thought it would've done better." 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q For reviewing track lists, covers and/or additional notes regarding the all releases of the single "I'm In The Mood" issued to date, follow the discogs link.
  3. ^ a b For peak positions of "I'm In The Mood" single in Canadian RPM 100 chart, use the first link. For its peak position in RPM 10 Dance/Urban chart, use the second link. Note: Up to 1994 RPM published only Top 10 positions for dance/urban category, since 1995 Top 30 list is effective.
  4. ^ a b For peak positions of "I'm In The Mood" single in the Netherlands, follow the Dutch Top 40, or the Single Top 100 link, depending on a preferred chart list. Both are considered as the official charts in the country, however 'Nederlands Top 40' does not provide an albums chart. Note: When using the Dutch Top 40 link, click at the song's title to view its highest position placed in section called 'positieverloop'.
  5. ^ For peak positions of "I'm In The Mood" single in Germany, use either the musicline.de, or the charts.de link.
  6. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "I'm In The Mood" - Switzerland (in German)". Hung Medien. hitparade.ch. Retrieved 2011-03-20. "#29" 
  7. ^ For peak positions of "I'm In The Mood" single in UK, choose the singles link, or the chartstats link to view full run of the single in England.
  8. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "I'm In The Mood" - U.S. Cashbox". Cashbox. Cashbox Magazine. 1994-04-02. cashboxmagazine.com. Retrieved 2011-03-20. "#28" 
  9. ^ a b c d e For peak positions of "I'm In The Mood" in USA, use the general links, and/or, in order to view there not-listed top positions, respectively additional information such as peak date(s) and/or weeks spent on chart(s), you will have to subscribe to billboard.biz website to vie also the specific billboard.biz links.
  10. ^ a b c d To check the U.S. end-of-year positions of "I'm In The Mood" single, only billboard.biz subscribers will access the specific billboard.biz links.

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