The Itch (Vitamin C song)

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"The Itch"
Itch Single.jpg
Single by Vitamin C
from the album More
Released November 21, 2000
Format CD single
Recorded 2000
Genre Pop
Length 3:29
Label Elektra/Warner Music Group
Writer(s) Colleen Fitzpatrick, Jimmy Harry and Billy Steinberg
Producer(s) Jimmy Harry
Vitamin C singles chronology
"Graduation (Friends Forever)"
(2000)
"The Itch"
(2000)
"As Long As You're Loving Me"
(2001)

"The Itch" is pop singer Vitamin C's first single from her second album, More. Vitamin C also performed the song on the sketch comedies MADtv and All That.

Reception[edit]

The song failed to crack the top 40 on the Hot 100 in 2001, peaking at #45.[1] It had moderate success by peaking on the Hot 100 Singles Sales at #5, and the Top 40 Mainstream at #26. In Australia, "The Itch" reached number 6 on the ARIA Charts and was certified Platinum,[2] with 70,000 copies distributed.[3] It peaked at #34 in New Zealand on the RIANZ Charts.

Music video[edit]

Kirsten Dunst and Mila Kunis both appear in the video with Vitamin C. The video includes film clips from the movie Get Over It, which stars all three women. The song is not part of the film. The music video for the single was directed by Brothers Strause.

Track listing[edit]

US Promo CD

  1. The Itch (Album Version) 3:16
  2. Audio Bio 1:03

US Single

  1. "The Itch" - 3:29
  2. "Graduation (Friends Forever)" - 5:40

Europe CD

  1. The Itch (Radio Edit) 3:14
  2. The Itch (Album Version) 3:29

Europe Maxi-CD

  1. The Itch (Radio Edit) 3:14
  2. The Itch (Album Version) 3:29
  3. The Itch (DJ Skribble's Radio Edit) 3:13

Charts[edit]

Year Chart Peak position
2000 Australian ARIA Singles Chart 6[2]
2000 New Zealand RIANZ Singles Chart 34[4]
2000 Billboard Hot 100 45[5]
2000 Billboard Top 40 Mainstream 26[6]
2000 Canadian Singles Chart 16[7]

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