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Follow Me Home (Remixes)

Release date: 05/06/2006 Label: Island

Following on from the huge chart success of 'Red Dress', the first single to feature new Sugababe, Amelle Berrabah, is the excellent 'Follow Me Home'. This is the fourth single to be lifted from the #1 album, 'Taller in More Ways', and further highlights that there is no stopping these ladies at the moment!!

'Follow Me Home' is the Babes 16th single, which is an amazing achievement in todays market, especially as 15 of those singles have all gone top 20, with 4 of them ('Freak Like Me', 'Round Round', 'Hole In The Head', & 'Push The Button') hitting #1!!

Back to 'Follow Me Home' though, on the remix tip we have one of your favourite remix teams at the moment, Soul Seekerz, who turn in an excellent funky house floorfiller, while not to be outdone, Kardinal Beats turn in a mix that will find home in the sets of more underground jocks.

Track listing:

1. Soul Seekerz Remix
2. Red Dress (Kardinal Beats Remix)
3. Soul Seekerz Vocal Mix
4. Remix Acappella

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