I Love You
by Revolver/Moder

Writers - Harris/Crichton/Sumner/Marr/Tennant (?)
First released - 2008 (?)
Original album - (none)
Subsequent albums - (none)
Other releases - (none)

Prepare to be confused. Very confused.

A track masterminded by Paul Harris (of Dirty Vegas/"Days Go By" fame) and well-known producer Stuart Crichton (of Narcotic Thrust/"When the Dawn Breaks" fame), "I Love You" is one of those admittedly catchy but arguably quite annoying creations where somebody samples the "hook" of another song—in this case the "I love you more than you love me" line sung by Bernard Sumner and Neil Tennant in the chorus of Electronic's "Getting Away with It"—and repeats it over and over again, ad nauseum, to a relentless dance beat. Unfortunately, details are extremely hard to come by. So far I've had to guess at the songwriting credits, although it would seem inevitable that the Summner/Marr/Tennant troika be included.

Even the "performer," as it were, is a matter of some ambiguity. It was apparently originally released under the artist name Revolver. But remixed versions of the same track were later released with the artist's name listed as Moder. I'm similarly uncertain of the year of its original release, although I believe it's 2008.

Of course, if this track weren't so obscure, such details wouldn't be so scarce. I'll certainly provide additional information as it comes to my attention.

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