Electric (Lisa Scott-Lee song)
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UK CD2 cover
|Single by Lisa Scott-Lee|
|from the album Never Or Now|
"Make It Last Forever"
"Don't U Want My No.?"
|Released||October 10, 2005|
|Writer(s)||Guy Chambers & Ben Adams|
|Lisa Scott-Lee singles chronology|
"Electric" is the third single to be released by former Steps member Lisa Scott-Lee. The song was released on October 10, 2005, via Concept Records. It was written by famous songwriter Guy Chambers with former a1 member Ben Adams, and produced by Richard Flack.
The video for "Electric" was very low budget. It simply features Lisa Scott-Lee performing the song with a band, with electric special effects. It was filmed in a studio in London, England.
The single was promoted on MTV reality show Totally Scott-Lee, where Scott-Lee was challenged to get the single into the UK Top 10 or else quit music altogether. Despite the media attention surrounding the single and Scott-Lee herself, it peaked at #13, therefore failing to reach the Top 10. This incident achieved notoriety, becoming the focus of an internet forum campaign to download it in 2016.
(CDCON68; Released: 10 October 2005)
- "Electric" (Radio Edit) - 3:15
- "Lately" - 3:55
(CDCON68X; Released: 10 October 2005)
- "Electric" (Radio Edit) - 2:49
- "Make It Last Forever" - 4:27
- "Don't U Want My No.?" - 4:46
- "Electric" (Video)
(Released: 24 April 2006)
- "Electric" (Album Version) - 3:15
- "Electric" (Firesigns 'Dirty On The Dancefloor' Remix) - 6:16
- "Electric" (James Arnold 121 Re-Rub) - 6:10
- "Electric" (Club Mix) - 6:43
- "Lately" (Radio Edit) - 3:35
|United Kingdom||October 10, 2005|
|Australia||April 24, 2006|
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