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Meddle (song)

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Format  CD single 7" single
Length  3:16
Genre  Electropop
Label  50 Bones
Released  4 August 2008 (2008-08-04)
Writer(s)  Victoria Hesketh Greg Kurstin Joe Goddard

"Meddle" is a song by English singer and songwriter Little Boots from her debut extended play (EP), Arecibo (2008), and later appearing on her debut studio album, Hands (2009). Written by Little Boots and Joe Goddard, the song was released as a limited-edition promotional single in the United Kingdom on 4 August 2008.

Critical reception

"Meddle" received generally positive reviews from music critics. In a review for musicOMH, John Murphy called the song "squealy electro goodness" that had "a terrific bit near the end where the backing vocals seem to turn into Gregorian chants before kicking back into the disco beat." Neil Queen of The Times described it as a "barnstormer" that comes "across like a brain-stabbing disco/drum and bass hybrid."

(4Bones; released 4 August 2008 (2008-08-04))

  1. "Meddle" – 3:16

(4Bones; released 4 August 2008 (2008-08-04))

A. "Meddle" – 3:16 B. "Meddle" (Toddla T & Ross Orton Remix) – 3:23

(Atlantic Records; released 2009)

  1. "Meddle" – 3:15
  2. "Meddle" (Treasure Fingers Remix) – 5:41
  3. "Meddle" (Toddla T and Ross Orton Remix) – 3:28
  4. "Meddle" (Tenorion Piano Version) – 3:12
Other versions
  • "Meddle" (Baron von Luxxury Technicolor Remix)
  • "Meddle" (Ebola Remix)
  • "Meddle" (Joker Remix)
  • References

    Meddle (song) Wikipedia


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