Meredith Brooks - Bitch
|1||Bitch (Tee's In-House Mix)||6:13|
|2||Bitch (Transistor Mix)||4:07|
|3||Bitch (Album Version)||4:13|
|4||Down By The River||4:15|
|C2 7243 8 58644 2 1||Meredith Brooks||Bitch (CD, Single)||Capitol Records||C2 7243 8 58644 2 1||US||1997|
|41399, D110161||Meredith Brooks||Bitch (VHS)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||41399, D110161||US||1997|
|none||Meredith Brooks||Bitch (CD, Single, Promo)||Capitol Records||none||Thailand||1997|
|SPRO 7087 6 12054 1 1/12055 1 0||Meredith Brooks||Bitch (12", Promo)||Capitol Records||SPRO 7087 6 12054 1 1/12055 1 0||US||1997|
|12CLDJ 790||Meredith Brooks||Bitch (12", Promo)||Capitol Records||12CLDJ 790||UK||1997|
- Engineer – Jim Ebert (tracks: 5)
- Mixed By – Jim Ebert (tracks: 1, 3, 5)
- Producer – David Ricketts (tracks: 5)
- Producer [Additional Production], Mixed By – Todd Terry (tracks: 2, 4)
- Producer, Engineer – Geza X (tracks: 1-4)
- Written-By – M. Brooks (tracks: 1-5), S. Peiken (tracks: 1-4), T. DeLuca (tracks: 5)
(Track 1-4) Published by Kissing Booth Music/Warner-Tamerlane Music Corp./Hidden Pun Music/Sushi Too Music (BMI)
(Track 5) Published by Kissing Booth Music (BMI)/Street Rock Music (ASCAP)
℗©1997 Capitol Records, Inc. Manufactured by Capitol Records, Inc.
Printed in U.S.A.
- Barcode (Text): 7 2438-58634-2 4
- Matrix / Runout: 724385863424 1-1-1 MASTERED BY EMI MFG.
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L043
- Mould SID Code (In Matrix): ifpi 1679
- Rights Society: BMI
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Glass Mastered At – EMI MFG.
- Published By – Kissing Booth Music
- Published By – Warner-Tamerlane Music Corp.
- Published By – Hidden Pun Music
- Published By – Sushi Too Music
- Published By – Street Rock Music
It was released in May 1997, as the lead single from her album Blurring the Edges. The song was produced by punk notable Geza X. The song steadily rose on the Billboard charts, eventually peaking at number two for four weeks. The song reached number two in Canada as well. It debuted and peaked on. Brooks started her music career in 1976 as a member of an all-female band called Sapphire, based in Eugene, Oregon, touring and recording with CMS Records in the Pacific Northwest. Her bandmates were Janis Gaines, Cynthia Larsen, Patricia French and Pam Johnson. Seeking greater success, Brooks pushed the band to move to. Bitch Album Version Lyrics. I hate the world today You're so good to me I know but I can't change Tried to tell you But you look at me like maybe I'm an angel underneath Innocent and sweet. Yesterday I cried You must have been relieved To see the softer side I can understand how you'd be so confused I don't envy you I'm a little bit of everything All rolled into one. I'm a bitch I'm a lover I'm a child I'm a mother I'm a sinner I'm a saint I do not feel ashamed I'm your hell I'm your dream I'm nothing in between You k. She was writing and turning in songs to them and they kept dismissing her songs. I think she had one more song left and if they passed on it she would have to leave. She called me and she said, 'They're gonna release this as a single. And I thought, 'No way. I had been writing songs that were recorded as album cuts for 10 years without ever having a song on the radio in my country. When I first heard it, I was riding down a hill in Laurel Canyon in my tiny little Miata. I had a huge pregnant belly up against the wheel and I was listening to K-ROQ and I heard, 'I hate the world today' and I nearly peed in my pants. The song was cowritten by Brooks and Peiken. However, with time, its name became more commonplace to announce on the air. Later on, different remixes of the song became popular in dance clubs. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Total votes: 1. Pop-Rock Soft Rock. Blurring The Edges. Bitch on YouTube