Sugababes ‎– Freak Like Me

Island Records ‎– 12IS798, Island Records ‎– 582898-1
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


Made in the EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Label Code): LC00407
  • Other (Rights Societies): BIEM/MCPS
  • Barcode (Text): 7 31458 28981 4

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CIDT798, 582907-2 Sugababes Freak Like Me(CD, Single) Island Records, Island Records CIDT798, 582907-2 UK & Europe 2002 Sell This Version
12SUGA1 Sugababes Freak Like Me (Jameson Remixes)(12", Promo) Island Records 12SUGA1 UK & Europe 2002 Sell This Version
SUGACD1 Sugababes Freak Like Me(CD, Single, Promo) Island Records SUGACD1 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
none Sugababes Freak Like Me(CD, Single, Promo, Blu) Island Records none Spain 2002 Sell This Version
CIS798, 582898-4 Sugababes Freak Like Me(Cass, Single) Island Records, Island Records CIS798, 582898-4 UK 2002 Sell This Version


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October 23, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
I have to say I registered on discogs specifically so I could disagree with the previous comment about this corking tune. I heard it for the first time when Sanchez played it in Pacha 2 years ago and I've just managed to get hold of it. I think this is a great DJ tune: it does what the best house music should do - makes women dance, boys smile and chin-scratchers head for the door.... It drops the grating Gary Numan sample, avoids a straight 4x4 makeover with some interesting almost breakbeat at the beginning before launching into the tune. Lovely! All of the above ONLY applies to the different gear mix!! So there.


May 3, 2003
Well if you take away the famous “Are 'Friends' Electric?” sample that helps out this tune in the main, what you get in the end is three cute girls just about 18, which is neither Gary Numan effect nor the Sugababes - just a poor image of confectionist pop the way we know it; expensively irritating in the face of today's youth swallowing almost everything the music industry serves them as a hit. Despite the fact that Sugababes intrigued us alright with their excellent hits 'Overload' and 'Round and Round', they sadly failed to overcome the one-hit-wonder impression and simply became another one of today's mainstream expendable merchandise - r'n'b cliches coupled with make up the way most of such faceless Christinas, Anastacias, Whitneys, Alicias, Ashanties, etc. pose for a Grammy or Top of the Pops.