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(Don't) Give Hate A Chance - Radio Edit

Added on Wednesday 28 September 2005, 23:52 (BST)

Jamiroquai.com has added streaming audio of the radio edit of (Don't) Give Hate A Chance - which will get its UK single release on 7 November.

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i was sure how the edits on the song will be :-D

Well, the cut is good, but it would have been better to have the original cut for once at least.

sounding good,not to sure why the beggining bit is cut,as i quite liked it


:)

I neither like the edit but thats probably cos i'm used to the alb versh like others. If i didn't have the alb versh maybe then i'd prefer it (like when i 1st heard FJLIS,the extra bits in the alb edit sound weird if your used to the single edit). Its like Too Young To Die-the single edit of that is not that good cos the main thing about the song like GHAC is its lyrics, which means it suits to have the alb edit. And by the way i think all singles played on radio need to be edited to round abouts 4 mins, think thats so they are eligible to be counted in the charts. Can anyone confirm that?

Well, This edit version is simply bad. No break (or shorter), intro and outro not respected... But It's not very important cause all Jamiroquai fans have ever all Dynamite. I only hope that the clip will be better! Cheers

I just don't like the idea of this track as a single at all. I mean, great track, but not single-material in my opinion...Would've much rather prefered Dynamite, Electric Mistress, Talullah, or Hot Tequila Brown as singles...Or even Starchild. But that's just my 2 cents.

I don't know what happened with this cut. They killed that beautiful intro! Maybe with a shocking video it will go perfectly, but by now I don't like it. And the bridge! :(:(:(:(:(:( I was imagining the video with a sun fading or something, and now it's gone!

This is a perfect example of how a radio-edit killed a perfectly good song.

weird!

No really, this is total and utter crap compared to the original. Yeah it's a fine piece, but nothing compared to the real thing. This is like an empty shell of the piece.

Not a good choice for a single - Dynamite or Starchild for me. Not a bad track just not the best. Paul.

i dont think the radio edit are really need.the original songs are better than the radio edit always.

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