Deeply Dippy

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"Deeply Dippy"
Right Said Fred - deeply dippy.jpg
Single by Right Said Fred
from the album Up
Released 9 March 1992
Format CD, 12", 7", cassette
Recorded 1991
Genre Pop rock
Length 3:21
Label Tug (UK)
Charisma (U.S.)
Songwriter(s) Richard Fairbrass, Fred Fairbrass, Rob Manzoli
Producer(s) Tommy D
Right Said Fred singles chronology
"Don't Talk Just Kiss"
"Deeply Dippy"
"Those Simple Things" / "Daydream"
"Don't Talk Just Kiss"
"Deeply Dippy"
"Those Simple Things" / "Daydream"

"Deeply Dippy" is a song by British trio Right Said Fred, from their album Up.

Written by Right Said Fred and produced by Tommy D, "Deeply Dippy" was Right Said Fred's third single, and did one better than their debut "I'm Too Sexy" by peaking at the top of the UK Singles Chart for three weeks in April 1992, knocking off Shakespears Sister's two month chart topping single, "Stay" (despite selling fewer copies than "I'm Too Sexy" or their followup, "Don't Talk Just Kiss").

The song failed to chart in the United States (where "I'm Too Sexy" had reached #1) other than on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart, where it peaked at number nine. The song was later covered by The Rockingbirds on the Terence Higgins Trust, supporting charity EP, The Fred EP.

The song was featured in an advert for Sun Bingo in 2014. It was also featured in a "Deal of the Decade" advert for the Fiat Punto and Fiat Stilo range in July 2002.

Track listings[edit]

  1. "Deeply Dippy" (single mix) – 3:16
  2. "Deeply Dippy (Deeply Brassy)" – 5:34
  3. "Deeply Dippy (Deeply Nervous)" – 5:04
  4. "I'm Too Sexy" (extended club mix) – 6:26
UK 12" (12 SNOG 3)
  1. "Deeply Dippy (Deeply Brassy)"
  2. "Deeply Dippy (Deeply Nervous)"
  3. "I'm Too Sexy (Catwalk Mix)"
  4. "I'm Too Sexy" (extended club mix)
UK 7" (SNOG 3) / cassette (CA SNOG 3)
  1. "Deeply Dippy" (single mix)
  2. "Deeply Dubby" (single mix)

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (1992) Peak
Australia (ARIA)[1] 38
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[2] 6
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[3] 14
Canada Top Singles (RPM) 82
Germany (Official German Charts)[4] 15
Ireland (IRMA) 1
Italy (FIMI)[5] 25
Netherlands (Dutch Top 40)[6] 10
New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ)[7] 11
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[8] 26
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[9] 23
UK Singles (The Official Charts Company)[10] 1
U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play[11] 9

End of year charts[edit]

End of year chart (1992) Position
UK Singles Chart 12
Preceded by
"Stay" by Shakespears Sister
Irish number one single
30 April 1992 – 28 May 1992 (4 weeks)
Succeeded by
"Why Me?" by Linda Martin
Preceded by
"Stay" by Shakespears Sister
UK number one single
12 April 1992 – 2 May 1992
Succeeded by
"Please Don't Go" by KWS


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