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"Dim All the Lights" Single by Donna Summer from the album Bad Girls B-side "There Will Always Be a You" Released 1979 Format 7" single, 12" single Recorded 1979 Genre Disco Length 4:40 Label Casablanca Writer(s) Donna Summer Producer Giorgio Moroder, Pete Bellotte Certification Gold (US) Donna Summer singles chronology "Bad Girls" (1979) "Dim All the Lights" (1979) "No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)" (1979) "Dim All the Lights" Single by Laura Branigan from the album The Best of Branigan Released 1995 Format CD single, Cassette single, 12" single Genre Pop, Dance Length 4:44 Label Atlantic Writer(s) Donna Summer Producer Brinsley Evans Laura Branigan singles chronology "How Can I Help You to Say Goodbye" (1994) "Dim All the Lights" (1995) "Self Control 2004" (2004) "Dim All the Lights" is a song by Donna Summer released as a single in the latter half of 1979. Taken from her Bad Girls album and produced by longtime collaborator Giorgio Moroder with Pete Bellotte, the track combines Summer's trademark disco beats with a more soulful/R&B-esque sound. This was the third Top 10 Single from this Album in a row. Contents 1 Donna Summer original 1.1 Official versions 1.2 Chart positions 2 Laura Branigan version 2.1 Track listings 2.2 Official versions 2.3 Charts 3 Other cover versions 4 References Donna Summer original Hot on the heels of previous back-to-back successes "Hot Stuff" and "Bad Girls" as well as her "No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)" duet with Barbara Streisand climbing to #1 at the same time, "Dim All the Lights" was another massive hit for the diva, reaching number two on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 singles chart and number 29 on the UK Singles Chart. "Dim All the Lights" was Summer's only hit single that she wrote alone, with no co-writers. She originally intended to give the song to Rod Stewart, but changed her mind at the last minute.[1] This song also contains the longest sustained note sung by a female artist in a top 40 song in both the U.S. and the UK, at about sixteen seconds. Played at 45 rpm, the recording starts at a nearly perfect 60 beats per second, then shifts to a nearly perfect 120 beats per second after the doubling in tempo at about 38 seconds (short intro version) or 46 seconds (long intro version). Official versions Album Version – 4:40 7" Version – 3:59 12" Version – 7:09 Chart positions Chart (1979) Peak position Dutch GfK chart[2] 28 US Billboard Hot 100 2 US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play 54 Laura Branigan version Laura Branigan had a Top 40 Dance hit in 1995 with her own faithful cover of the disco classic. The single version appears on her U.S. greatest hits collection, The Best of Branigan. While Branigan's version was released in several mixes by Atlantic Records, a popular version in some Hi-NRG clubs at the time came from DJ-only label Hot Traxx, which gave clubgoers two divas in one song, editing Donna Summer's original in with Branigan's remake. A video for the single, featuring Branigan surrounded by a bevy of drag queens (Miss Understood, Hedda Lettuce, and Vivacious), would be her last, and the release marked the end of her association with the label, as she pulled back from the music scene to care for her husband, who had been diagnosed with cancer. Track listings U.S. CD single "Dim All the Lights" – 4:44 "Dim All the Lights" (Ehab's Rehab edit) – 4:14 U.S. 12" single "Dim All the Lights" (Stonebridge Main Mix) – 6:39 "Dim All the Lights" (Monday Bar Dub) – 6:43 "Dim All the Lights" (Stonebridge Straight Mix) – 5:52 "Dim All the Lights" (Stonebridge edit) – 3:26 "Dim All the Lights" (Ehab's Rehab edit) – 4:14 U.S. 12" Promo single "Dim All the Lights" (Ehab's Rehab Club version) – 5:52 "Dim All the Lights" (Ehab's Rehab edit) – 4:14 "Dim All the Lights" – 4:44 "Dim All the Lights" (Instrumental) – 4:44 Official versions Album version – 4:44 Instrumental – 4:44 Ehab's Rehab Club version – 5:52 Ehab's Rehab edit – 4:14 Stonebridge Main Mix – 6:39 Stonebridge Straight Mix – 5:52 Stonebridge edit – 3:26 Monday Bar Dub – 6:43 Charts Chart (1995) Peak position U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play 36 Other cover versions In 2007 the song was sampled by the French electronic duo Justice, for the song B.E.A.T, which is a re-edit of their song D.A.N.C.E. References ^ VH1 Presents Live & More Encore, 1999. ^ "dutchcharts.nl - Discografie Donna Summer". © 2006-2011 Hung Medien. http://dutchcharts.nl/showinterpret.asp?interpret=Donna+Summer. Retrieved 2011-03-14.  v · d · eDonna Summer Studio albums Lady of the Night (1974) · Love to Love You Baby (1975) · A Love Trilogy (1976) · Four Seasons of Love (1976) · I Remember Yesterday (1977) · Once Upon A Time (1977) · Bad Girls (1979) · The Wanderer (1980) · I'm a Rainbow (1981/1996) · Donna Summer (1982) · She Works Hard for the Money (1983) · Cats Without Claws (1984) · All Systems Go (1987) · Another Place and Time (1989) · Mistaken Identity (1991) · Christmas Spirit (1994) · Crayons (2008) Live albums Live and More (1978) · Live & More Encore (1999) Compilations On the Radio: Greatest Hits Volumes I & II (1979) · The Summer Collection: Greatest Hits (1985) · The Dance Collection: A Compilation of Twelve Inch Singles (1987) · The Donna Summer Anthology (1993) · Endless Summer (1994) · The Ultimate Collection (2003) · The Journey: The Very Best of Donna Summer (2003) · Gold (2005) U.S. Top 10 Hit singles "Love to Love You Baby"  · "I Feel Love"  · "Last Dance"  · "MacArthur Park"  · "Heaven Knows"  · "Hot Stuff"  · "Bad Girls"  · "Dim All the Lights"  · "No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)"  · "On the Radio"  · "The Wanderer"  · "Love Is in Control (Finger on the Trigger)"  · "She Works Hard for the Money"  · "This Time I Know It's for Real" Related topics Discography · Brooklyn Dreams · Pete Bellotte · Joe "Bean" Esposito · Giorgio Moroder · Bruce Sudano Book:Donna Summer v · d · eLaura Branigan Studio albums Branigan · Branigan 2 · Self Control · Hold Me · Touch · Laura Branigan · Over My Heart Compilations The Best of Laura Branigan · The Very Best of Laura Branigan · The Best of Branigan · The Essentials · The Platinum Collection · Shine On: The Ultimate Collection Singles "Looking Out for Number One" · "All Night With Me" · "Gloria" · "Solitaire" · "How Am I Supposed to Live Without You" · "Self Control" · "The Lucky One" · "Ti Amo" · "Satisfaction" · "Spanish Eddie" · "Hold Me" · "Maybe Tonight" · "I Found Someone" · "Shattered Glass" · "Power of Love" · "Spirit of Love" · "Cry Wolf" · "Come into My Life" · "Moonlight on Water" · "Never in a Million Years" · "Tokio" · "Love Your Girl" · "It's Been Hard Enough Getting Over You" · "How Can I Help You to Say Goodbye" · "Dim All the Lights" · "Self Control 2004" · "Gloria 2004" Videography Laura Branigan · Laura Branigan in Concert · Shine On: The Ultimate Collection Related articles Discography · Album and single certifications This 1970s pop song-related article is a stub. 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