Dumb (The 411 song)

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"Dumb"
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Single by the 411
from the album Between the Sheets
Released 23 August 2004
Format
Genre R&B
Length 2:48
Label Sony Music
Songwriter(s)
  • Joshua Thompson
  • the 411
  • Gandalf Roudette-Mushcamp
Producer(s) Dave McCracken
the 411 singles chronology
"On My Knees"
(2004)
"Dumb"
(2004)
"Teardrops"
(2004)
"On My Knees"
(2004)
"Dumb"
(2004)
"Teardrops"
(2004)

"Dumb" is a single by British R&B group the 411. Released on 23 August 2004, it was included on the group's debut album Between the Sheets (2004). To date, "Dumb" is their highest-charting single, entering and peaking at number three in the UK Singles Chart, losing the number one position to Natasha Bedingfield's "These Words" but beating competition from Sugababes "Caught in a Moment" and Maroon 5's "She Will Be Loved".

In other countries, it fared well but failed to reach any top ten position. "Dumb" peaked at number 12 in the Republic of Ireland, as well as the Top 40 in Germany, Australia, Switzerland and Austria.

In Germany the song was the theme song for Sex and the City during ProSieben's commercial breaks.

The French edition of this tracks, recorded specifically for the French market: "Face À Toi Baby" featuring Mag (featuring the verses from "Dumb" with a special French chorus) is also included in the French version of the album.

Track listing[edit]

UK CD 1[1]

  1. "Dumb"
  2. "Dumb" (Main Ron G. Remix)

German Maxi-CD / UK CD 2[2]

  1. "Dumb" (Radio Version) 2:48
  2. "Dumb" (Kardinal Beats Remix) 4:31
  3. "Dumb" (Cool Kid Remix)** 3:29
  4. "Dumb" (Enhanced Musicvideo)

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2004) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart 3
Irish Singles Chart 12
German Singles Chart 22
Italian Singles Chart 25
Austrian Singles Chart 33
Australia Singles Chart 29
Swiss Single Chart 36
Turkish Singles Chart 61

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