Please (You Got That ...)

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"Please (You Got That ...)"
Single by INXS
from the album Full Moon, Dirty Hearts
Released 11 December 1993
Format CD single, Cassette, 7" Vinyl & 12" Vinyl
Recorded 1993
Genre Alternative rock
Length 3:05
Label Atlantic
Writer(s) Andrew Farriss and Michael Hutchence
INXS singles chronology
"The Gift"
(1993)
"Please (You Got That ...)"
(1993)
"Time"
(1994)

"Please (You Got That ...)" is the second single from the 1993 album Full Moon, Dirty Hearts, by Australian rock band INXS. The song was written by Andrew Farriss and Michael Hutchence and featured guest vocals from legendary American R&B Artist Ray Charles.

When Ray Charles arrived to sing his part, Hutchence was there in the studio to teach him how to produce the Hutchencesque vocal style. "Mr. Charles," Michael respectfully addressed him, "... it (the melody) goes like this ... (Michael sings the line and Ray Charles attempts to imitate it). After many attempts Charles says, "Sir (Michael), I know I will eventually get it right" ... and of course he did.[1]

B-sides[edit]

The B-sides on the first of two UK CD Single releases include a remixes of Please (You Got That ...), an extended mix of Freedom Deep from the "Full Moon, Dirty Hearts" album and a live performance of "Communication" from "Welcome to Wherever You Are", which was recorded in Santa Monica, California on the "Get Out of The House" tour.

Track listings[edit]

CD Single 1 INXCD26
  1. Please (You Got That ...)
  2. Please (You Got That ...) (Main Edit)
  3. Freedom Deep (Extended 12" Mix)
  4. Communication (Live)
CD Single 2 INXXX 26 & 12" Vinyl
  1. Please (You Got That ...) (Club Need Mix)
  2. Please (You Got That ...) (Needful Dub Mix)
  3. Please (You Got That ...) (Downtown Dub Mix)
  4. Please (You Got That ...) (Downtown Instrumental Mix)
Cassette single INXS25
  1. Please (You Got That ...)
  2. Freedom Deep (Extended 12" Mix)

Charts[edit]

Chart (1993) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play 9
UK Singles Chart 50
Australian ARIA Singles Chart 37

References[edit]