I listened to this one off the Now 82 compilation, so here are some credits from
Writing, Production, Programming, Mixing: Calvin Harris
Engineering: John Gudwin
Listening back to it, one thing that strikes me is
that the lower-register harmony vocals in the choruses are actually rather unusual. (If
you can't hear them that clearly, try soloing the stereo Sides signal.) They're a lot more
densely voiced and dissonant than I'd expect of typically pop BVs, and I think they do
rather a good job of thickening up the vocal texture as a result, because they'd don't
blend into the backing as much. An interesting texture to investigate if you have a
special interest in vocal arrangements.
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