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Let Me Hear You Say Yeah

"Let Me Hear You Say Yeah"
B-side "Serengeti"
Released 2002
Format CD
Genre Trance
Length 3:03
Label FLEX
Writer(s) Philip Kelsey
Producer Infernal, Kristian Paulsen
Infernal singles chronology

"You Receive Me"
(2001)
"Let Me Hear You Say Yeah"
(2002)
"The Cult of Noise"
(2003)

Muzaik track listing
"Sunrise"
(4)
"Let Me Hear You Say Yeah"
(5)
"Adeel"
(6)

Let Me Hear You Say Yeah is a song by the Danish dance-pop duo]Infernal.[1] It was released as the second and final single from the album Muzaik, a revised edition of their second studio album, Waiting for Daylight, in 2002. The song samples PKA's "Let Me Hear You (Say Yeah)", written by Philip Kelsey.[2]

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Let Me Hear You Say Yeah" (Radio) 3:03
2. "Let Me Hear You Say Yeah" (Cannibal Radio) 3:26
3. "Let Me Hear You Say Yeah" (Extended) 5:28
4. "Let Me Hear You Say Yeah" (Cannibal Extended) 5:21
5. "Let Me Hear You Say Yeah" (Spank!@TheMainRoom) 8:30
6. "Serengeti" (Acid Mix) 9:42

Credits and personnel

  • Written by Philip Kelsey
  • Produced by Infernal and Kristian Paulsen
  • Additional vocals by Nico
  • "Let Me Hear You Say Yeah" (Cannibal Radio) and (Cannibal Extended): remix by Hannibal Lector
  • "Let Me Hear You Say Yeah" (Spank!@TheMainRoom): remix by Spank!
  • "Serengeti": written by Paw Lagermann, Lina Rafn, De La Ray, Moses Malone. Produced by Infernal. Additional vocals by Moses Malone. Acid Mix by Infernal

Charts

Chart (2002) Peak
position
Danish Singles Chart 11

References

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