Save Me (Embrace song)

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"Save Me"
Single by Embrace
from the album Drawn from Memory
Released 22 May 2000
Format 7", CD
Recorded ?
Genre Alternative
Label Hut Records
Writer(s) Danny McNamara, Richard McNamara
Producer(s) ?
Embrace singles chronology
"You're Not Alone"
(2000)
"Save Me"
(2000)
"I Wouldn't Wanna Happen to You"
(2000)

"Save Me" (released 22 May 2000) is a song by English rock band Embrace, released as the third single from their second studio album Drawn From Memory. It only reached twenty-nine in the chart, but remains one of their most popular songs. The song is known for its complex bass line performed by Steve Firth. One of the B-sides to CD1, "Still So Young", was written by the band's drummer, Mike Heaton.

The second version of the single features dance remixes of the same song as b-sides. One of these remixes is attributed to "Reverend Bass"; this is an alias for band's own Richard McNamara.

Track listing[edit]

CD 1
  1. "Save Me" (Single edit)
  2. "Get on Board"
  3. "Still So Young"
CD 2
  1. "Save Me" (Evening Session version)
  2. "Save Me" (Perfecto mix)
  3. "Save Me" (Reverend Bass mix)
12 Inch Red Promo
  1. "Save Me" (Perfecto mix)
  2. "Save Me" (Reverend Bass mix)
12 Inch Yellow Promo
  1. "Save Me" (Morgan mix)
  2. "Save Me" (Original/album mix)

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