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Keep It Turned On (song)

"Keep It Turned On"
Single by Rick Astley
from the album Keep It Turned On
Released February 27, 2002 Germany-only
Format CD Single
Recorded 2000-01
Genre Dance-pop
Length 3:47
Label Polydor Records/Cruz Music
Writer(s) Rick Astley/Chris Braide
Producer Rick Astley/Chris Braide
Rick Astley singles chronology

"Sleeping"
(2001)
"Keep It Turned On"
(2001)
"Lights Out"
(2010)

"Keep It Turned On" is a single by the English dance singer Rick Astley released in February 2002. The song was only released in Germany and the United States as a promo single.

Track listing

5" CD Single[1]
  1. Keep It Turned On (Single Version) - 3:47
  2. Keep It Turned On (Remix) - 3:46
5" CD Single Promo
  1. Keep It Turned On (Album Version) - 3:57
  2. Keep It Turned On (Single Version) - 3:48
Unreleased 5" CD Single
  1. Keep It Turned On (Booya Mix) - 4:43
  2. One Night Stand - 4:10

Credits

  • Written by Rick Astley and Chris Braide
  • Published by Cruz Music and Warner Chappell
  • Produced by Rick Astley and Chris Braide
  • Lead Vocal, Backing Vocals, Programming and Guitars by Rick Astley
  • Backing vocals, Keyboards, Piano and guitars: Chris Braide
  • Recorded by Dan Frampton and Rick Astley
  • Mixed by Dan Frampton

References

External links

  • Keep It Turned On (album) in Rickastley.co.uk


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