Oops, Oh No!
|"Oops, Oh No!"|
|Single by La Toya Jackson and Cerrone|
|Released||September 22, 1986|
|Format||12" single, 7" single|
|Label||Palass Records, Music of Life|
|Songwriter(s)||Cerrone, Donnell Spencer, Nick Mundy|
|Producer(s)||Simon Harris (Remix)|
|La Toya Jackson singles chronology|
|Cerrone singles chronology|
|Cover for Jackson's 1991 solo version release|
"Oops, Oh No!" is a single by American singer La Toya Jackson and French disco singer Cerrone. It was released in 1986 as a 7" and 12" single. The song was remixed by British producer Simon Harris in 1986 and was the second release on his Music of Life label.
Cerrone initially contacted Jackson's management with a song called "Talk to Me", which Jackson declined as it sounded too much like something sister Janet would record. "Talk To Me" was later released by Chico DeBarge. Cerrone offered Jackson “Oops” which she preferred as it was a "funky and danceable" track with a clever title.
In 1991, the song was remixed without Cerrone's vocals in the Netherlands and was released under Jackson's name only. It peaked at #41 on the Dutch pop charts and #30 on Dutch dance charts. This re-release project probably came to life due to Jackson's huge popularity in the Netherlands in 1991. No official release was scheduled at that time, so the remix was quickly produced by a small Dutch record label.
|U.S. Billboard Black Singles Chart||89|
|Dutch Top 40||41|
|Dutch Mega Dance Top 30||30|
- Oops Oh No! (Single version) 4:10
- Oops Oh No! (Full 12" version) 5:35
- Oops Oh No! (Instrumental version) 4:12
- Oops Oh No! (Dub version) 3:45
- Oops Oh No! (A cappella version) 0:40
- Oops Oh No! (LP version) 4:10
- Short version (La Toya version only)
- The Ultimate Mix (La Toya version only)
- The Piano (La Toya version only)
- The Rhythm (La Toya version only)