All Out of Love (H & Claire song)

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"All Out of Love"
Single by H & Claire
from the album Another You Another Me
A-side "Beauty and the Beast"
B-side "Hold Me In Your Arms"
Released United Kingdom 11 November 2002
Format 2xCD, cassette
Recorded 2002
Genre Pop
Length 4:13
Label WEA
Songwriter(s) Topham/Twigg/Frampton
Producer(s) Topham/Twigg
H & Claire singles chronology
"'"Half A Heart"'"
"All Out of Love"
"Half A Heart"
"All Out of Love"'

"All Out of Love" / "Beauty and the Beast" is the third and final single to be released by pop duo H & Claire, released in 2002. The song peaked at #10 on the UK Singles Charts. The recording of "Beauty and the Beast" coincided with,and was recorded to promote, the 10th anniversary of the Disney film of the same name and a re-release of the film on video and DVD, with the video for the song appearing on both formats.

Music video[edit]

The music video for "All Out of Love" was filmed by Phil Griffin in Brockworth. Set at a luxurious retreat where a ghostly figure stares out of the window, H and Claire take their friends to the retreat. The video has two interwoven stories. The first shows "Lady Claire" in the olden days, plotting to kill her husband with "Butler H". The other story shows the current H and Claire entertaining their friends by telling them the story of Lady Claire and Butler H.

The video for "Beauty And The Beast" was filmed in a music studio, showing H and Claire recording the song. Filmed in black and white, it was intersepted with clips from the film of the same name.

Track listings[edit]


  1. All Out Of Love (Almighty Mix)
  2. All Out Of Love (Kool de Sac DT Club Mix)
  3. All Out Of Love (Shanghai Surprise Mix)


  1. All Out of Love
  2. Beauty and the Beast
  3. Hold Me In Your Arms


  1. All Out of Love
  2. Beauty and the Beast

Chart Success[edit]

"All Out Of Love" debuted and peaked at #10 in the UK charts, and spent a total of 8 weeks in the UK top 75 Despite the fact that "Half A Heart" charted higher, this single outsold it, selling 56,000 copies.



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