What Can You Do for Me

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"What Can You Do For Me"
Single by Utah Saints
from the album Utah Saints
Released 12 August 1991
Format CD single, Cassette, 12" vinyl, 7" vinyl
Genre House
Length 3:21
Utah Saints singles chronology
"What Can You Do For Me"
(1991)
"Something Good"
(1992)

"What Can You Do For Me" is the debut single by British dance group Utah Saints. The song was released on 12 August 1991[1] and reached a peak position of number 10 in the UK Singles Chart.

The song uses samples from "There Must Be an Angel (Playing with My Heart)" by Eurythmics and "Ain't Nothin' Goin' on But the Rent" by Gwen Guthrie.

Chart performance[edit]

The single was released in August 1991 and entered the UK Singles Chart on 18 August at number 28. The song steadily rose up the chart and peaked at number 10 on 15 September. The song spent a total of 11 weeks inside the top 75 chart.

Chart (1991) Peak
position[2]
UK Singles Chart 10

2012 re-release[edit]

"What Can You Do For Me"
Single by Utah Saints vs. Drumsound & Bassline Smith
Released 26 February 2012
Format Digital download
Genre Drum and bass, dubstep
Length 2:48
Label Ministry of Sound
Utah Saints singles chronology
"Football Season Is Over Remix"
(2009)
"What Can You Do For Me"
(2012)
Drumsound & Bassline Smith singles chronology
"Freak"
(2011)
"What Can You Do For Me"
(2012)
"Through the Night"
(2012)

A new version of the song remixed by Drumsound & Bassline Smith was released on 26 February 2012.[3]

Track listing[edit]

iTunes EP[3]
No. Title Length
1. "What Can You Do For Me" (Utah Saints vs. Drumsound & Bassline Smith) (Radio Edit) 2:48
2. "What Can You Do For Me" (7th Heaven Remix) 6:00
3. "What Can You Do For Me" (Ill Blu Remix) 4:59
4. "What Can You Do For Me" (Tantrum Desire Remix) 4:36
5. "What Can You Do For Me" (Hervé's Speaker Junkie Remix) 4:36
6. "What Can You Do For Me" (Felix Leiter & Mark Maitland Remix) 6:54

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2012) Peak
position
Scotland (Official Charts Company)[4] 28
UK Dance (Official Charts Company)[5] 7
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[6] 28

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