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In It for the Money (song)

"In It for the Money"
Single by Client
from the album City
B-side "Down to the Underground", "Burning Up"
Released 14 June 2004 (2004-06-14)
Format CD single, 7" single, 12" single
Genre Electroclash
Length 3:25
Label Toast Hawaii
Writer(s) Client
Producer(s) Client, Joe Wilson
Client singles chronology
"Here and Now"
(2003)
"In It for the Money"
(2004)
"Radio"
(2004)

"In It for the Money" is a song by the English electronic group Client, released as the lead single from their second studio album, City (2004). The single peaked at number fifty-one on the UK Singles Chart. The B-side "Down to the Underground" features Pete Doherty on vocals.

Track listings

UK CD single (CDTH005)

  1. "In It for the Money" – 3:24
  2. "Down to the Underground" – 3:05
  3. "Burning Up" – 3:56

UK 7" single (TH005)

A. "In It for the Money" – 3:24
B. "Down to the Underground" – 3:05

UK and U.S. 12" single (UK: 12TH005 / U.S.: MUTE 9252-0)

A1. "In It for the Money" (The Grid Static In The Attic Mix) – 7:17
A2. "In It for the Money" (Client vs The Zip Remix) – 4:55
B1. "In It for the Money" (Extended Mix) – 4:52
B2. "In It for the Money" (Grand National Remix) – 4:19

U.S. CD single (MUTE 9252-2)

  1. "In It for the Money" – 3:24
  2. "Down to the Underground" – 3:05
  3. "Burning Up" – 3:56
  4. "In It for the Money" (The Grid Static In The Attic Mix) – 7:17
  5. "In It for the Money" (Client vs The Zip Remix) – 4:55
  6. "In It for the Money" (Extended Mix) – 4:52
  7. "In It for the Money" (Grand National Remix) – 4:19

Charts

Chart (2004) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart[1] 51

References

  1. ^ "Chart Stats – Client – In It For The Money".  
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