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Love Today

"Love Today" is the third single released by London-based singer Mika, taken from his album Life in Cartoon Motion.

It was released in the United Kingdom on 16 April 2007 as a digital download, with the official CD release on 23 April 2007 and it has since peaked at number 6.

The single was released in Australia on 23 July 2007, and was used Austereo radio station network advertising.

On December 6, 2007, it was announced that the song won Mika a nomination for Best Dance Recording for the 50th Grammy Awards to be held in Los Angeles in 2008.

This song was #98 on MTV Asia's list of Top 100 Hits of 2007.

This song was used in a teaser trailer for the upcoming movie, New York, I Love You

Part of this song was also played in the opening of an episode of the show Best Week Ever.

It was also used as the Station ID for Star World, replacing Tata Young's "Come Rain Come Shine".

On the January 9th, 2008 broacast of ABC's Cashmere Mafia, the single served as background music in the opening of the episode.

On July 14, 2008 the song was used for introducing all 80 contestants of "The Miss Universe 2008 Pageant".

Released as the sixth single off of Life in Cartoon Motion, Love Today was released on August 21, 2008, in The Netherlands. It has so far peaked at #31 in the Dutch Top 40.

Track listings

CD single

  1. "Love Today" – 3:57
  2. "The Only Lonely One" (demo)
  3. "Billy Brown" (acoustic)
  4. "Love Today" (Switch remix) – 5:41

7" Single

  1. "Love Today"
  2. "Stuck in the Middle" (Acoustic Version)

12" Single

  1. "Love Today" (Switch Remix)
  2. "Love Today" (Rob Mello's No Ears Vocal Remix)
  3. "Love Today" (Rob Mello's No Ears Dub Remix)

DVD single

  1. "Love Today" (music video) – 3:57
  2. "Grace Kelly" (music video) – 3:08
  3. "Love Today" – 3:57
  4. "Grace Kelly" – 3:08
  5. "Grace Kelly" (Tom Neville dub remix) – 7:08

Official versions

  • "UK Radio Edit" – 3:25
  • "Album Version" – 3:57
  • "Erick Kupper Extended Vocal Mix" - 8:41
  • "Erick Kupper Dub" - 6:45
  • "Erick Kupper Radio Edit" - 3:44
  • "Switch Remix" – 5:41
  • "Moto Blanco Radio Edit" – 3:29
  • "Moto Blanco Remix" – 7:17
  • "Rob Mello's No Ears Vocal Remix" - 6:36
  • "Rob Mello's No Ears Dub Remix"" - 7:12
  • "Patrick Wolf Remix" – 4:09

Charts

Chart (2007) Peak
position
Argentina Singles Chart 3
Australian ARIA Singles Chart 3
Belgium Singles Chart 4
Brazilian Hot 30 Dance Club Play 2
Canada Singles Chart 3
Croatia Singles Chart 8
Cyprus Singles Chart 8
Czech IFPI Chart 50
Dutch Top 40 25
Euro 200 12
Finland Singles Chart 6
French Singles Chart 5
Italian Singles Chart 5
French Download Chart 1
Ireland Singles Chart 13
Latvian Airplay Top 1
Lebanon Airplay Chart 2
Lithuania Airplay Chart 1
Luxembourg Singles Chart 18
México Top 100 Singles Chart 25
New Zealand RIANZ Singles Chart 28
Poland Singles Chart 56
Russian Airplay Chart 7
Slovenia Singles Chart 7
South Africa Top 40 26
Swedish Singles Chart 17
Switzerland Singles Chart 46
UK Singles Chart 6
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 92
U.S. Billboard Pop 100 78
U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play 2

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