To the Top (song)

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"To the Top"
Single by Peter Andre
from the album Peter Andre
ReleasedApril 1994
Genre Dance-pop, R&B
Label Melodian
Songwriter(s) Peter Andre, Ashley Cadell
Producer(s) Ashley Cadell
Peter Andre singles chronology
"Let's Get It On / Do You Wanna Dance?"
"To the Top"
"Turn It Up"

"To the Top" is the fifth and final single released by Australian singer Peter Andre from his self-titled debut album. The single was released in April 1994, through Melodian Records. The single peaked at #46 on the Australian Singles Chart. [1] The song was also re-written to contain sport-related lyrics, and this version was used as the official theme for the 1994 FIFA World Cup. This version appears on the second physical single. [2]


Track listing

CD1 / Cassette 1

  1. "To the Top" (Slammin' Jam Radio Edit) – 4:02
  2. "To the Top" (Album Version) – 4:21
  3. "To the Top" (Instrumental) – 4:21
  4. "To the Top" (Slammin' Jam Extended Mix) – 6:15

CD2 / Cassette 2

  1. "To the Top" (World Cup '94 Version) – 4:11
  2. "Gonna Get to You" (Metropolis Mix) – 3:58
  3. "To the Top" (SBS Mix) – 4:27
  4. "To the Top" (Take It Higher Mix) – 6:18


Chart (1994)Peak
Australia (ARIA) [1] 46

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