You Still Want Me

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"You Still Want Me"
Single by The Kinks
B-side "You Do Something to Me"
Released 17 April 1964
Format 7" single
Recorded 24 January 1964 at Pye Studios (No. 1), London
Genre Pop music
Label Pye 7N15636
Writer(s) Ray Davies
Producer(s) Shel Talmy
The Kinks singles chronology
"Long Tall Sally"
(1964)
"You Still Want Me"
(1964)
"You Really Got Me"
(1964)

"You Still Want Me" is a single by The Kinks released in 1964. It was their second record, and (like its predecessor) failed to chart upon release. This prompted Pye Records to consider dropping the fledgling group. However, the massive success of the band's next single, "You Really Got Me", ensured their tenure with Pye would continue until 1970, when their contract expired.

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