Missing (Everything but the Girl song)

Missing (Everything But The Girl Song)

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"Missing" is a song written and recorded by British pop music duo Everything but the Girl. The song was released as a single from the band's 1994 album Amplified Heart. "Missing" is Everything But The Girl's best-known success and it is credited with revitalising the duo's musical career and changing the team's music to a successful electronic music style.

Original release and remix

Prior to "Missing", Everything but the Girl was most known as a folk and jazz team. They had released eight albums prior to Amplified Heart and had a number-three UK singles chart success in 1988 ("I Don't Want to Talk About It"), but were relatively unknown in the United States. "Missing" was recorded as a relaxed-sounding guitar-based popular music song that had earned modest broadcasting airplay on U.S. Adult Contemporary radio. The duo gave the track to house music producer Todd Terry to remix for nightclubs. The resulting dance version of "Missing" became a worldwide success, matching Everything But the Girl's UK best chart score of number three in November 1995 and scoring number one on the German singles chart. The song became the duo's first U.S. Billboard Hot 100 entry, and after a long climb it peaked at number two during 1996 (in its twenty-eighth chart week), eventually scoring fifty-five weeks on the chart (a record at the time which has since been broken — the single is today the ninth-longest charting song on the...
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