I Want Your Love (Atomic Kitten song)

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"I Want Your Love"
Single by Atomic Kitten
from the album Right Now
Released July 5, 2000
Format CD, Cassette
Recorded Motor Museum Studios
Genre Pop
Length 3:16
Label Virgin Records
Writer(s) Andy McCluskey, Drummond, Liz McClarnon, Jerome Moross, Jimmy Cauty, Lyte, Stewart Kershaw
Producer(s) Damien Mendis,Engine
Atomic Kitten singles chronology
"See Ya"
(2000)
"I Want Your Love"
(2000)
"Follow Me"
(2000)

"I Want Your Love" is a song by Atomic Kitten, released as the third single from their debut album Right Now. The single peaked at #10 on the UK Singles Chart,[1] and also reached number 48 in Ireland. The song heavily samples the theme to the 1958 film The Big Country. Almost exactly a decade earlier, the same sample had been used on the song "The Only Rhyme That Bites" by MC Tunes vs 808 State, which also peaked at #10 on the UK Singles Chart. Initial copies of "I Want Your Love" contained a sample of the KLF's 1991 hit single "Justified and Ancient"; later copies had the sample removed. The video & radio versions contained vocals from Kerry Katona; these vocals were replaced on the album version by Jenny Frost. The song was produced, arranged, recorded and mixed by Damien Mendis at Metropolis Studios, London. "I Want Your Love" is also featured on The Greatest Hits album.

I Want Your Love sold 65,211 copies in the United Kingdom.

Track listing[edit]

UK CD1

  1. "I Want Your Love" [2XS Radio Mix]
  2. "I Want Your Love" [Q's Detonator Alternative Radio Mix]
  3. "I Want Your Love" [Solomon's Stomp Mix]
  4. "I Want Your Love" [Video]

UK CD2

  1. "I Want Your Love" [2XS Radio Mix]
  2. "I Want Your Love" [Sleaze Sisters Anthem Mix]
  3. "I Want Your Love" [Ricochet's Monolith Mix]
  4. "Right Now Album Megamix"

UK Cassette

  1. "I Want Your Love" (2XS Radio Mix)
  2. "I Want Your Love" (Maximum Q Atom Bomb Mix)
  3. "I Want Your Love" (Q's Denonator Alternative Radio Mix)
  4. "I Want Your Love" (Frankie Constantinou Disco Mix)

UK Promo CD

  1. "I Want Your Love" (2XS Radio Mix)
  2. "I Want Your Love" (Q's Detonator Alternative Radio Mix)
  3. "I Want Your Love" (Sleaze Sisters Anthem Mix)
  4. "I Want Your Love" (Ricochet's Radio Edit)
  5. "I Want Your Love" (Ricochet's Monolith Mix)
  6. "I Want Your Love" (Solomon's Stomp Mix)

Official Versions[edit]

  • All The Right Things (Original Japanese Version) - 3:20
  • I Want Your Love (Album Version) - 3:16
  • I Want Your Love (2XS Radio Mix) - 3:16
  • I Want Your Love (Solomon's Stomp Mix) - 5:07
  • I Want Your Love (Frankie Constantinou Disco Mix) - 7:01
  • I Want Your Love (Sleaze Sisters Anthem Mix) - 7:07
  • I Want Your Love (Maximum Q Atom Bomb Mix) - 6:17
  • I Want Your Love (Q's Detonator Alternative Radio Mix) - 3:32
  • I Want Your Love (Ricochet's Radio Edit) - 3:17
  • I Want Your Love (Ricochet's Monolith Mix) - 9:31

Music video[edit]

The video for the 3rd single is from the album "Right Now" with Natasha Hamilton, Liz McClarnon and Kerry Katona. The video begins with the stars going into 3 rooms, and the doors open. Natasha is in a red room on a red bed. Liz is in a blue room near a blue wall, and Kerry is in a yellow room with cushions and a teddy bear. Liz says "Move it right up to me", Natasha says "Like you know you should" and Kerry says "And make me know you're doing". The 3 girls are in 3 rooms (red, yellow and blue), with futuristic jackets on with a kitten shape on it. In the first chorus, Liz, Natasha and Kerry are dancing on a circle on a planet wearing peachy-green tops on, then they move their arms and turn back. In the second stanza, Liz is near a blue wall, Natasha is on a red bed and Kerry is in a yellow room near a teddy bear. Then the 3 girls are on a planet, wearing futuristic jackets on, and lights flash and 3 men dancers appear. Then they dance together and lie on the floor and go in between Natasha, Liz and Kerry. Then the trio are on a planet with peachy-green tops on, and lights flash like the last scene and everyone-like dancers appear. Then they move their arms with a sound effect. In the third stanza, the 3 girls and the everyone-like dancers dance on the planet and they say "You said you're gonna call me". In the final chorus, the 3 girls and the dancers are dancing on a planet on a circle. Then the everyone-like dancers lie on the floor. The video ends with the planet booming up.

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