The Scumfrog ‎– We Love You

Groovilicious ‎– GMUK1207
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

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A We Love You
Vocals – Rick PurdyWritten-By – Mick Jagger & Keith Richards*
B We Do
Written-By – The Scumfrog


  • Executive Producer – Roger Sanchez
  • ProducerThe Scumfrog


A-Side: Published by ABKCO Music (BMI)/Westminster Music Ltd. Vocals by Rick Purdy of Pilgrim Soul courtesy of Newlite Muzik Mgmt. B-Side: Published by Dapa Doosa's Publishing (BUMA)/Indeep Music (ASCAP).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0809274035905

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GMUKDJ 1207 The Scumfrog We Love You(12", W/Lbl, Sta) Groovilicious GMUKDJ 1207 UK 2001 Sell This Version
GMUK CD07, 0927 40360 2, 0927403602 The Scumfrog We Love You(CD, Single) Groovilicious, Groovilicious, Groovilicious GMUK CD07, 0927 40360 2, 0927403602 UK 2001 Sell This Version
GMUKDJCD07 The Scumfrog We Love You(CD, Single, Promo) Groovilicious GMUKDJCD07 UK 2001 Sell This Version
GMUK1207 The Scumfrog We Love You(12") Groovilicious GMUK1207 UK 2001 Sell This Version
MD 012 The Scumfrog We Love You(12") M.O.D.A. - Music Fashion MD 012 Italy 2001 Sell This Version


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May 9, 2013
Actually, if the vocals sound familiar it's because they belong to Rick Purdy of Pilgrim Soul, who enhanced the original Jagger/Richards vocal by singing it in five part harmony. Rick also had club hits with Roger Sanchez and Steve Lawler for the track "Rise In," "Nameless" on Yoshitoshi and BuddahBar Records as well as the song Stay Another Day, which was featured in the Sony Motion Picture Classics film The Broken Hearts Club. For more information about Rick Purdy or Pilgrim Soul visit, Facebook, or on Youtube Channel "PilgrimMan1"


February 19, 2011
Having initially caused ripples when Roger Sanchez championed it a while back, this is now set to make a huge splash when it gets a full release on the Strictly imprint having won over just about every dancefloor from here to the white island. Made in Holland, this is every bit as good as the act’s previous release ‘Learning To Fly’, with the added attraction of a Superchumbo-esque twisted back-drop that the hypnotic vocals sit atop – and if they sound a tad familiar it’s probably because they are – a quick label check reveals they were written by a certain Jagger & Richard way back in 1967! Love indeed.