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This Groove

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A-side  "Let Your Head Go"
Format  CD single
Genre  Pop R&B
Released  29 December 2003
Recorded  Summer 2003
Length  3:36

"This Groove" is a song by British singer-songwriter Victoria Beckham. It was released as a double A-side with "Let Your Head Go". It was intended for Victoria's next album, but her record company Telstar Records went bankrupt before it surfaced. In 2004, it has been included on the video album The 'Réal' Beckhams. The song contains a sample of The System's "Don't Disturb This Groove".


Track listing and formats

These are the formats and track listings of major single releases of "This Groove".

  • UK CD
    1. "This Groove" (radio mix) – 3:36
    2. "Let Your Head Go" (radio mix) – 3:41
  • UK CD2
    1. "Let Your Head Go" (Jakatta Remix) – 7:20
    2. "This Groove" (Para-Beats Remix) – 4:36
    3. "Let Your Head Go" (radio mix) – 3:41
    4. "This Groove" (radio mix) – 3:36

    Chart performance

    Released on 29 December 2003, the single entered the UK Singles Chart at and peaked at number 3, charting for 8 weeks. This was the highest new entry for the week, and also tied with Emma Bunton's "Downtown" as the highest chart position for a solo Spice Girl since Geri Halliwell's "It's Raining Men" topped the chart in 2001. It became the UK's eighty-eighth best-selling single of 2004 with sales of 68,656 copies. Like "Out of Your Mind", once again this track was released in the same week as a Sophie Ellis-Bextor track, the track this time being "I Won't Change You" from the aforementioned singer, which reached number 9.


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