|"Took My Love"|
|Single by Bizarre Inc featuring Angie Brown|
|from the album Energique|
|Studio||Comforts Place Studio|
|Length||4:32 (Album Version)|
5:15 (Original Flavour Mix)
|Bizarre Inc singles chronology|
|Angie Brown singles chronology|
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