Summer Is Crazy

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"Summer Is Crazy"
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Single by Alexia
from the album Fan Club
Released May 6, 1996
Format CD, 12" Vinyl
Genre Eurodance
Length 4:20
Label DWA Records, Dance Pool
Writer(s) Roberto Zanetti & Alessia Aquilani
Producer(s) Roberto Zanetti
Alexia singles chronology
"Me and You"
(1995)
"Summer Is Crazy"
(1996)
"Number One"
(1996)

"Summer Is Crazy" is a song recorded by Italian singer Alexia.[1] Like Alexia's previous single, it reached number one on the Italian charts. This was the first of two singles to feature radio jingles of the track on the CD. "Summer Is Crazy" would be featured as a B-side on the UK edition's of "Gimme Love" although due to a misprint, writing credits went only to Alexia.

Music video[edit]

A music video was produced to promote the single. The video version was edited up to the end of the middle. It has never been released.

Release[edit]

The song was initially released in Italy on CD and 12" (coded DWA 96.01), with releases in other European countries following. As with "Me and You", the German edition would be released by ZYX, the Spanish release by Blanco Y Negro and the French release by Panic (a subsidiary of Polygram. A remix release later came out, although this time on both CD and 12". This would be the first of Alexia's singles to be released in certain territories by Sony Music through their subsidiary Dancepool. Two European CD were released- the standard CD and remix CD (Sony code 663521) in addition to an Australia CD release (Sony code 663486). Alexia's relationship with Sony would continue until 2005.

Official versions[edit]

CD-maxi - Europe (1996)
  1. "Summer Is Crazy" (Radio Mix) - 4:20
  2. "Summer Is Crazy" (Night Fly Mix) - 7:22
  3. "Summer Is Crazy" (Blue Mix) - 7:56
  4. "Summer Is Crazy" (Classic Euro Mix) - 6:50
  5. "Summer Is Crazy" (Radio Jingle 1) - 0:14
  6. "Summer Is Crazy" (Radio Jingle 2) - 0:14
  7. "Summer Is Crazy" (Radio Jingle 3) - 0:10

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1996) Peak
position
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[2] 36
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[3] 22
Finland (Suomen virallinen lista)[4] 3
France (SNEP)[5] 31
Italy (FIMI)[6] 1
Spain (AFYVE)[7] 2
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[8] 25

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