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Cradle (Atomic Kitten song)

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Released  14 February 2005
Recorded  Motor Museum Studios
Length  3:58
Format  CD single
Genre  Pop
Label  Virgin

"Cradle 2005" is a song recorded by English girl group Atomic Kitten. It was released on 14 February 2005, in aid of World Vision. It is a remixed version of a song that was previously included on their debut album, Right Now (2000). "Cradle" was released a year after the group's announcement of their split in 2004; it was the last official single release by the group, although they released two charity singles in 2006 and 2008.

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"Cradle 2005" is Atomic Kitten's lowest-selling single, with sales of 35,000 copies worldwide. It reached number 10 on the UK Singles Chart and number 46 in Ireland.

Music video

The video is a montage of the Atomic Kitten's career and includes footage of Jenny Frost and Liz McClarnon visiting Africa for the charity fundraiser. Natasha Hamilton was unable to visit due to being heavily pregnant with her second child. The 2005 version also shows clips of the US version of the "Whole Again" video.

The 2000 version features Natasha Hamilton, Liz McClarnon and Kerry Katona behind a plain white and black background.

Track listing

UK CD single
  1. "Cradle 2005"
  2. "Eternal Flame" (2005 Radio Mix)
  3. "Someone Like Me" (Minus Blue Mix)
  4. "Cradle 2005" (Video)

References

Cradle (Atomic Kitten song) Wikipedia


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