Goodbye (Sneaky Sound System song)

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"Goodbye"
Sneaky Sound System - Goodbye.jpg
Single by Sneaky Sound System
from the album Sneaky Sound System
Released 6 October 2007 (2007-10-06)
Format CD, Digital download, 12" vinyl
Recorded @ The House of Whack, Bondi
Genre Electropop, house
Length 4:54
Label Whack
Writer(s) A. McDonald/C. Mitchell/D. Downey/P. Dolso
Producer(s) Black Angus & Peter Dolso
Sneaky Sound System singles chronology
"UFO"
(2007)
"Goodbye"
(2007)
"Kansas City"
(2008)

"Goodbye" is the sixth single by Australian dance group Sneaky Sound System, taken from their self-titled debut album Sneaky Sound System. "Goodbye" has a point of difference from the previous singles – it features lead vocals from MC Double D. It peaked at No. 33 on the ARIA Singles Chart.[1] A new radio mix was produced for the single, removing the third verse. The extended mix retains the third verse.

Track listing[edit]

CD single / iTunes EP
No. Title Length
1. "Goodbye" (Radio Edit) 3:31
2. "Goodbye" (The Heat Remix) 5:44
3. "Goodbye" (Goodwill Darley St Remix) 7:12
4. "Goodbye" (Extended Club Mix) 5:03
Total length: 21:30
12" vinyl
No. Title Length
1. "Goodbye" (The Heat Remix)  
2. "Goodbye" (Goodwill Darley St Remix)  
3. "Goodbye" (Original)  

Personnel[edit]

  • (A. McDonald/C. Mitchell/D. Downey/P. Dolso)
  • Vocals by Miss Connie and MC Double D
  • Engineered and mixed by Peter Dolso @ The House of Whack, Bondi
  • Produced by Black Angus & Peter Dolso
  • Mastered at The Exchange, London.
  • Goodbye - The Heat Remix
  • remix and additional production by jonny powell & john-paul talbot
  • Goodbye - Goodwill Darley St Remix
  • remix and additional production by goodwill @ the bondi gin palace

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format Catalogue
Australia 6 October 2007 Whack CD, Digital download WHACK07
30 August 2007 12" vinyl WHACKV05

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Discography Sneaky Sound System". Australian-charts.com. Hung Medien. Archived from the original on 9 July 2014. Retrieved 23 June 2016. 

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