Get It on

Get It on
Get It On
Single por Lisa Scott-Lee featuring Intenso Project
Lanzado 2004
Formato CD Single
CD Maxi Single
Grabado 2004
Género Pop/Dance
Duración 2:40
Compañía Ministry Of Sound UK
Escritor Lisa Scott-Lee
L. Guest
R. Williams
B. Ofoedu
A. Whitmore
Productor A. Whitmore
R. Williams
B. Ofoedu
Lisa Scott-Lee Cronología
Too Far Gone
'Get It On'

Get It On es el tercer single publicado por la cantante inglesa Lisa Scott-Lee, junto con el grupo de música Dance Intenso Project.

El Single

"Get It On" fue publicado el 22 de noviembre del 2004 vía Ministry Of Sound UK en el Reino Unido e Irlanda, y un día después, en todo el mundo. El single fue un fracaso en el Reino Unido, debutando sólo en el #23; y en Irlanda en el #57. En el resto del mundo, el single tampoco obtuvo muchas ventas, aunque sí mejorando las posiciones para la cantante británica, como el #63 en Francia, el #39 en China o el #10 de Luxemburgo.

De todos modos, rápidamente el single fue descendiendo de puestos, y fue considerado como otro fracaso para la cantante, que debido a esto, fue inmediatamente despedida de Ministry Of Sound, lo mismo que al grupo Intenso Project, en el que además, se disolvieron como grupo musical.

El Tracklisting

CD 1

  1. Get It On [Radio Edit]
  2. Get It On [Original Club Mix]
  3. Get It On [DJ Bomba & Paulo Remix]

12" Vynil

  1. Get It On [Original Club Mix]
  2. Get It On [DJ Bomba & Paulo Remix]

Posiciones en las Listas

Chart (2004) Peak
UK Top 75 Singles 23
UK Dance Charts 19
Ireland Singles Charts 57
Australian ARIA Singles Charts 56
Germany Singles Charts 60
Austria Top 40 Singles 75
France Top 100 Singles 63
Israel Singles Chart 40
China Singles Charts 39
Japan ORICON Singles Charts 29
South Africa Top 40 Singles 40
Belgium Singles Charts 20
The Netherlands Top 50 Singles 18
Luxemburg Top 20 Hits 10

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