Say (The Creatures song)

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"Say (The Creatures song)"
The Creatures Say.jpg
Single by The Creatures
from the album Anima Animus
B-side "Broken", "All She Could Ask For"
Released 15 March 99
Format 7" single, CD single 1, CD single 2
Recorded 1998
Genre Alternative rock
Label Sioux Records
Songwriter(s) The Creatures
Producer(s) The Creatures, Steve Levine
The Creatures singles chronology
"2nd Floor"
(1998)
"Say (The Creatures song)"
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"Prettiest Thing"
(1999)
"2nd Floor"
(1998)
"Say "
(1998)
"Prettiest Thing"
(1999)

"Say" is a song recorded by English band The Creatures (aka singer Siouxsie Sioux and drummer Budgie). It was co-produced by Steve Levine. The song is about the suicide of Billy Mackenzie of Associates.

It was the second single taken from their third album, Anima Animus. It was released in both vinyl and CD formats. The 7" vinyl edition featured "Say" backed by "All She Could Ask For". The 12" vinyl included "Say (Witchman's 4X4 Mix)" and "Thankyou (Dub Pistol's Bring You Joy Mix)". Of the two CD editions, CD1 included both tracks from the 7" plus "Broken", while CD2 featured "Say (Witchman's Radio Friendly Mix)", "All She Could Ask For (Justice & Endemic Void's Dope Remix)" and "Say (Witchman's Very Long Remix)".

The single entered the UK Singles Chart at No. 72 in March 1999.[1]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Say by The Creatures". "officialcharts.com. Retrieved 2-5-12

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