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Sleeping (Rick Astley song)

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Sleeping (Rick Astley song)

B-side "Sleeping" remixes
Released October 1, 2001
Format 12-inch single
CD single
Recorded 2000-2001
Genre Dance-pop
Length 55:28
Label Polydor/Cruz Music
Writer(s) Rick Astley/Chris Braide
Producer Chris Braide/Rick Astley
Rick Astley singles chronology

"Lights Out"

"Sleeping" is a dance song performed by English singer Rick Astley. It was written and produced by Chris Braide and Astley in 2001. The song was Astley's first single in almost 8 years, released in Germany only. Its first UK appearance was on the 2002 Greatest Hits compilation.

Track listing

CD single jewel case
  1. "Sleeping" (radio edit) – 3:43
  2. "Sleeping" (Tee's Radio Mix) – 3:58
  3. "Sleeping" (TNT Radio Mix) – 3:55
  4. "Sleeping" (UK Radio Mix) – 3:52
  5. "Sleeping" (Tiefschwars Wake Up Mix) – 6:42
  6. "Sleeping" (Tee's Freeze Radio Mix) – 3:55
  7. "Sleeping" (Tee's Extended Mix) – 5:58
  8. "Sleeping" (Hifi Crash Remix 2) – 6:27
CD single card cover
  1. "Sleeping" (radio edit) – 3:43
  2. "Sleeping" (Tee's Radio Mix) – 3:58
12" vinyl (The Club Mixes) Special Limited Edition
  1. "Sleeping" (Inhouse Mix) – 7:09
  2. "Sleeping" (a cappella) – 3:28
  3. "Sleeping" (Tee's Dub) – 7:39
  4. "Sleeping" (Hifi Crash Remix 1) – 6:42
12" vinyl (The Club Mixes) [DJ only]
  1. "Sleeping" (Tee's Freeze Mix) – 7:36
  2. "Sleeping" (Tee's UK Mix) – 7:31
  3. "Sleeping" (Tiefschwarz Wake Up Mix) – 6:42
  4. "Sleeping" (Tiefschwarz Dub) – 6:42
  5. "Sleeping" (Tee's Extended Mix) – 5:58
  6. "Sleeping" (Hifi Crash Remix 2) – 6:27

Chart performance

Chart (2001) Peak
German Singles Chart 60
Swiss Music Charts 69

Cover versions


  • Sleeping single at
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