Curfew (song)

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This article is about the song by Drive. For the song by Eddy Grant, see Message Man.
"Curfew"
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Single by Drive
Released 1993
Format CD single
Genre Trip hop, Electronic
Length 3:33
Label Ninja Tune
Producer(s) Jay Strongman & Woodie Taylor
Drive singles chronology
"Curfew"
(1993)
"Silver Shadow"
"All Saints 1.9.7.5."
(1995)

"Curfew" is a song by Drive, released as their first and only single in 1993. The lead vocals were by Julienne Davis and it featured Melanie Blatt, who later became known as a member of All Saints, under the name Melanie Guillaume.[1] The single was released both in the United Kingdom and Germany.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Length
1. "Curfew" (Rebel Radio Mix) 3:33
2. "Curfew" (Beatmasters 12" Mix) 6:15
3. "Curfew" (Rebel Funk Mix) 3:46
4. "Curfew" (Beatmasters Instrumental) 6:15

Song information[edit]

Instrument Performed by
Producer Jay Strongman and Woodie Taylor
Lead vocals Melanie Guillaume

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