Strange Relationship

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"Strange Relationship"
StrangeRelationship.jpg
Single by Darren Hayes
from the album Spin
B-side "So Bad"
Released 27 June 2002
Format CD single, Cassette
Recorded 2001
Genre Pop
Length 5:02 (album version)
3:58 (radio edit)
Label Rough Cut Music
Songwriter(s) Darren Hayes, Greg Bieck
Producer(s) Darren Hayes, Walter Afanasieff
Darren Hayes singles chronology
"Insatiable"
(2002)
"Strange Relationship"
(2002)
"I Miss You"
(2002)
"Insatiable"
(2002)
"Strange Relationship"
(2002)
"I Miss You"
(2002)

"Strange Relationship" is the second solo single released by Australian singer Darren Hayes from his debut studio album Spin. The single was released in June 2002. The track was expected to be another hit single, and received enormous radio support in Australia, but it only just made it into the top 20 in Australia. The music video was directed by Tommy O'Haver. It features Hayes moving around a film set with a number of other people and changing scenery.

Track listing[edit]

  • Australia CD1
  1. "Strange Relationship" (album version) – 5:02
  2. "So Bad" (original demo recording) – 4:08
  3. "Insatiable" (Metro Boys Remix) – 4:02
  • Australia CD2 – The Remixes
  1. "Strange Relationship" (album version) – 5:02
  2. "Strange Relationship" ('dp versus 'Darren Hayes' Mix) – 4:06
  3. "Strange Relationship" (Specificus 'Mad Scientist' Mix) – 5:48
  4. "Strange Relationship" (Specificus 'Jungle Lounge' Mix) – 4:49
  • UK CD1
  1. "Strange Relationship" (radio edit) – 3:58
  2. "Sexual Healing" (Capital Radio Session) – 4:00
  3. "So Bad" (original demo recording) – 4:09
  4. "Strange Relationship" (CD-ROM video)
  • UK CD2
  1. "Strange Relationship" (album version) – 5:01
  2. "Insatiable" (Capial Radio Session) – 5:15
  3. "Strange Relationship" ('dp versus 'Darren Hayes' Mix) – 4:06
  • UK Cassette
  1. "Strange Relationship" (radio edit) – 3:48
  2. "Sexual Healing" (Capital Radio Session) – 4:00

Personnel[edit]

  • Programmed by Walter Afanasieff[1]
  • Engineered by Nick Thomas and Robert Conley
  • Electric guitar by Vernon Black
  • Orchestra arranged and conducted by David Campbell, contracted by Suzi Katayama, engineered by Dave Reitzas and recorded at Ocean Way Recording

Chart performance[edit]