Jigsaw (Lady Sovereign album)

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Released6 April 2009 (2009-04-06)
Genre Hip hop, grime, electronica
Label EMI
Producer Dr. Luke, Benny Blanco, Medasyn
Lady Sovereign chronology
Public Warning
Alternative cover
1."Let's Be Mates" Louise Harman, Gabriel OlegavichMedasyn3:20
2."So Human" Louise Harman, Lukasz Gottwald, Benjamin Levin, Robert Smith, Gabriel OlegavichMedasyn3:57
3."Jigsaw" Louise Harman, Gabriel OlegavichMedasyn3:32
4."Bang Bang" Louise Harman, Gabriel OlegavichMedasyn3:22
5."I Got You Dancing!" Louise Harman, Gabriel OlegavichMedasyn3:34
6."Pennies" Louise Harman, Lukasz Gottwald, Benjamin LevinMedasyn3:05
7."Guitar" Louise Harman, Gabriel OlegavichMedasyn3:33
8."Student Union" Louise Harman, Gabriel OlegavichMedasyn3:06
9."Food Play" Louise Harman, Gabriel OlegavichMedasyn5:13
10."I Got the Goods" Louise Harman, Gabriel OlegavichMedasyn3:02
Japan bonus tracks
11."So Human (Sinden Remix)"4:35
12."I Got You Dancing (Jack Beats Remix)"5:36
13."Jigsaw (Taku Takahashi Remix)"5:36
Limited Edition bonus CD
11."I Got You Dancing (Jack Beats Remix)"5:35
12."I Got You Dancing (Semothy Jones Remix)"4:08
13."I Got You Dancing (Medasyn Remix)"5:22
14."So Human (Soggy Face Remix)"4:27
15."So Human (Sinden Remix)"4:35
16."I Got You Dancing (Medasyn Remix)"5:22
17."I Got You Dancing (video)" 
18."So Human (video)" 
iTunes bonus track
11."I Got You Dancing (Semothy Jones Remix)"4:06


Chart (2009)Peak
ARIA Urban Albums Chart [24] 11

Release history

United Kingdom6 April 2009
United States7 April 2009
Australia17 April 2009

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