Me Me Me (band)

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Me Me Me
Origin London, England
Genres Britpop
Years active 1996
Labels Indolent
Associated acts Blur, Elastica, Duran Duran, The Lilac Time
Past members Stephen Duffy
Alex James
Justin Welch
Charlie Bloor

Me Me Me were a short-lived English Britpop supergroup formed in 1996, consisting of Alex James of Blur (vocals, bass), Stephen Duffy (vocals, guitar) previously of Duran Duran/The Lilac Time and Justin Welch of Elastica (drums), and James' friend Charlie Bloor (credited as "musician"). The band's first, and only single, "Hanging Around" was released on 5 August 1996 and reached Number 19 on the UK Singles Chart.[1]

"Hanging Around" was released on 7-inch single (DUFF005) and cassette (DUFF005C), also featuring "Hollywood Wives", and on CD-single with a third track, "Tabitha's Island" (DUFF005CD). There were also promotional versions released in July 1996 on 12-inch single (DOLE041) and CD-single (DOLE044).[2] The tracks were originally recorded as a soundtrack for Damien Hirst's film Hanging Around, first shown at the Spellbound Exhibition, which took place at London's Hayward Gallery in March 1996.[3]

The lead track was produced by the band. The other tracks were produced by Stephen Street.[3]



Date Single Type Track listing
5 August 1996 "Hanging Around" CD 1. Hanging Around.
2. Hollywood Wives.
3. Tabitha's Island.
CD Promo
Cassette 1. Hanging Around.
2. Hollywood Wives.
12" Promo 1. Hanging Around.
2. Tabitha's Island.


  1. ^ Strong, Martin C. (1999). The Great Alternative & Indie Discography. Canongate. ISBN 0-86241-913-1. 
  2. ^ Hanging Around release details
  3. ^ a b Me Me Me at duffypedia