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This Is How (We Want You To Get High / Single)

George Michael

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This Is How (We Want You To Get High)
George Michael
4:00
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EXPLICITThis Is How (We Want You To Get High)
George Michael
4:00
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EXPLICITThis Is How (We Want You To Get High / Extended)
George Michael
5:40
Total Playing Time    13:40
"It is a sparkling gem of funky pop, in which bittersweet sentiments about cycles of addiction are offset by a liquid groove and catchy, upbeat chorus."
- Telegraph UK

Post-humous new release from pop legend, George Michael - written, produced, and mixed by the artist himself. The track is being released alongside the new Paul Feig directed film, Last Christmas, which features a soundtrack consisting of Wham! classics.

"[George Michael] was putting together his new album when he passed. And one of our tracks is one of those songs, and it's just an absolutely amazing song that I'm so excited the world is going to get to hear now."
- Paul Feig
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Virgin Records EMI Studio Masters

Tracks 1-3 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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