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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (June 2010) "Beat Mama Named as she could take a massive beatting of the beave" Single by Cast from the album Magic Hour B-side "Get on You" "3 Nines Are 28" "Hoedown" "Whisky Song" Released 1999 Format CD, 12" Label Polydor (563595) Writer(s) John Power Producer Gil Norton Cast singles chronology "I'm So Lonely" (1997) "Beat Mama" (1999) "Magic Hour" (1999) "Beat Mama" is the tenth single by the Liverpool britpop band Cast, fronted by ex La's bassist John Power. Contents 1 Formats and track listings 2 Personnel 3 Chart performance 4 References Formats and track listings CD single (1) "Beat Mama" "Get on You" "3 Nines Are 28" CD single (2) "Beat Mama" "Hoedown" "Whisky Song" CD single (3) "Beat Mama" (radio edit) "Get on You" "Hoedown" "Whisky Song" 12" single "Beat Mama" (Fire Island Classic Boys Own dub) "Beat Mama" (Solomon's Slow mix) Personnel Cast John Power – vocals, guitar Peter Wilkinson – backing vocals, bass Liam "Skin" Tyson – guitar Keith O'Neill – drums Production Gil Norton – producer, mixing Danton Supple – engineer, mixing Bob Ludwig – mastering Chart performance Chart (1999) Peak position UK Singles Chart 9 References v · d · eCast John Power · Peter Wilkinson · Liam "Skin" Tyson · Keith O'Neill Ged Malley · Barry Sutton · Peter "Cammy" Camell · Russell Brady Studio albums All Change · Mother Nature Calls · Magic Hour · Beetroot Compilation albums The Collection · The Complete BBC Sessions Singles "Finetime" · "Alright" · "Sandstorm" · "Walkaway" · "Flying" · "Free Me" · "Guiding Star" · "Live the Dream" · "I'm So Lonely" · "Beat Mama" · "Magic Hour" · "Desert Drought" Related articles The La's · Shack · Robert Plant and the Strange Sensation · Polydor Records