Getting Better (Shed Seven song)

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"Getting Better"
Shed Seven - Getting Better.jpg
Single by Shed Seven
from the album A Maximum High
B-side "Only Dreaming"
Released 15 January 1996
Format 7" vinyl, Cassette, CD
Recorded 1995
Genre Britpop
Rock
Length 4:13
Label Polydor Records
Songwriter(s) Shed Seven
Producer(s) Chris Sheldon
Shed Seven singles chronology
"String Module Error: Match not found"
(1995)
"Getting Better"
(1996)
"String Module Error: Match not found"
(1996)
Where Have You Been Tonight?
(1995)
Getting Better
(1996)
Going For Gold
(1996)

"Getting Better" is the second single from the Shed Seven album A Maximum High. The song spent a total of 3 weeks in the UK Singles Chart,[1] peaking at number 14 on 27 January 1996.[1]

The song also appears on the band's compilation albums Going For Gold and The Singles Collection, along with the live albums Where Have You Been Tonight? and Live At The BBC.

The song was used as the theme tune for the ITV2 reality show CelebAir which was featured celebrities undertaking the roles of Check-In Attendants and Airline Cabin-Crew. The show was broadcast between 2 September 2008 and 23 October 2008 and was won by Lisa Maffia.

The BBC used the song towards the end of the group games in the FIFA World Cup 2010, to add hope to England World Cup campaign.

Track listing[edit]

7" vinyl, Cassette
  1. Getting Better
  2. Only Dreaming
CD
  1. Getting Better
  2. Only Dreaming
  3. Song Seven

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Getting Better at chartstats.com". Retrieved 18 April 2009. 

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