I Know Where It's At


I Know Where It's At

Single infobox
Name = I Know Where It's At


Artist = All Saints
from Album = All Saints
B-side = "Alone"
Background = Orange
Released = August 18, 1997 (Re-released: January 13, 1998)
Recorded =
Format = CD
Genre = Pop,Rap
Length = 4:00
Label = London Records
Producer = Karl Gordon
Cameron McVey
Magnus Fiennes
NoReviews = yes
Misc = Extra chronology
Artist = All Saints UK
Type = singles
Last single =
This single = "I Know Where It's At"
(1997)
Next single = "Never Ever"
(1997)
Extra chronology
Artist = All Saints Japan
Type = singles
Last single =
This single = "I Know Where It's At"
(1997)
Next single = "Let's Get Started"
(1997)

"I Know Where It's At" is a song by All Saints released as the debut single from their self titled album: "All Saints". On August 9, 1997 the song was debuted on the National Lottery Live and the first performance on Top of the Pops was on September 2, 1997.

The song was released in 1997 and became their first Top 10 hit topping at #4. A total of 158,769 copies have been sold. The single was released in the US after All Saints scored their first number one hit with Never Ever.

In Asia, the song peaked at the top spot for 4 weeks or one month (technically), and it was the only song from a girl-group to have reached the pole position during that time second to the Spice Girls' Wannabe, making both acts rivals.

The song samples elements from Steely Dan's "The Fez".

ong information

Music video

"I Know Where It's At" was the first video released from the All Saints. It was to show the girls in an urban setting as the more streetwise variants of girl groups. The video has been shot with very little colour with the girls almost in black and white. It was directed by Alex Hemming.

Remixes

* Colour System inc. Vox
* Cutfather and Jo Alternative Mix
* Cutfather and Jo Alternative Mix - Radio
* Extended Mix
* Groovy Mix
* Instrumental
* K-Gee's Bounce Mix
* Nu Birth Riddum Dub
* Original Mix
* Original Radio Mix

References

External links

* [http://allsaintsofficial.com/ Official site]


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