|"No Matter Who"|
|Single by Phil Collins|
|from the album Dance into the Light|
|Released||3 February 1997|
|Label||Atlantic, Virgin, WEA|
|Producer(s)||Phil Collins, Hugh Padgham|
|Phil Collins singles chronology|
"No Matter Who" is a song by Phil Collins released as the fourth single from his album Dance into the Light . The single received only a limited release across the world. The song only charted in Germany, where it reached #69.
A music video was made for the song, showing a half-sized Collins, his supporting band and the audience playing the song live on television.
The other two tracks on the CD single are "In the Air Tonight" and "Both Sides of the Story", both recorded for MTV Europe Unplugged.
|German Singles Chart||69|
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