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Stick It Out

This article is about the Right Said Fred song. For the Rush song, see Stick It Out (Rush song). For the Frank Zappa song, see Joe's Garage.
"Stick It Out"
Right Said Fred
Released February 1993
Format CD single, 7"
Recorded 1993
Genre Dance-pop
Label Charisma
Writer(s) Richard Fairbrass, Fred Fairbrass, Rob Manzoli
Producer Right Said Fred
Right Said Fred singles chronology

"Those Simple Things" / "Daydream"
(1992)
"Stick It Out"
(1993)
"Bumped"
(1993)

"Stick It Out" is a single released by the English pop group Right Said Fred. The single was released as part of the 1993 Comic Relief benefit.

Officially credited to "Right Said Fred and Friends", the song reached #4 on the UK Singles Chart in March 1993.[1] It was the group's fourth UK Top 10 hit.

The "Friends" include: Hugh Laurie, Peter Cook, Alan Freeman, Jools Holland, Steve Coogan, Clive Anderson, Pauline Quirke, Linda Robson, Basil Brush and Bernard Cribbins.

Chart positions

Chart (1993) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart 4

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