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Rogue Traders chronology. We Know What You're Up To (2003). Here Come the Drums (2005). Singles from We Know What You're Up To. "Give in to Me" Released: 14 October 2002. One of My Kind" Released: 23 February 2003. 2. Rogue Traders – Rogue Traders is an Australian electronic rock band formed in 2002 by mainstay James Ash on keyboards. In 1989, Ash met fellow original member Steve Davis, in London while both were working as DJs, before forming Rogue Traders, the pair had worked together on many projects, including the dance music act, Union State which relocated to Melbourne in 1992. The groups name comes from the 1999 drama film, Rogue Trader and they were joined in 2004 by soap opera actress, Natalie Bassingthwaighte, on lead vocals and Cameron McGlinchey on drums.
The latest single from Melbourne's Rogue Traders is the "uptempo love song" (as they like to call it) Stay? from their album, We Know What You're up To. It's a far cry from their last track, "One Of My Kind", outlining the Traders diversity in all things dance. Original Mix The original tune is a guitar fueled affair and features the vocals of James Ash, one half of the Traders. Thumping bass drums and a funky slap bassline, this one is more for the club than the original. 16th Elements Klub Breakfast Mix 16th Elements mix, moves the track to another level - paying a little homage to some classic 80's house/disco - thanks in part to the digital drum rolls and the synthesised bass. Also features as a dub mix for anyone who wants to leave the most of the vocals out and appreciate the rhythm for what it's worth.
On 11 April 2002, Rogue Traders released their debut single, "Need You to Show Me", under the Vicious Grooves label, which failed to reach the top 100 on the ARIA Singles Chart. However, it did reach No. 16 on the Top 50 Club Chart. It was originally intended to be the lead single for their debut album, We Know What You're Up To, however it was cut from the album's track listing before its release. Early in 2006, the Rogue Traders toured Australia in support of their second album and its singles. Bassingthwaighte left Neighbours to focus on her music career and filmed her final scenes on 2 June
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Album · 2006 · 12 Songs. Would You Raise Your Hands? - EP. 2010. We Know What You're Up To. 2003. Voodoo Child - Single.
We're Coming Home" is the fourth and final single released by Rogue Traders from their second studio album Here Come the Drums. Unlike previous singles from the album, "We're Coming Home" was released exclusively in Australia and did not see an international release. We're Coming Home, Voodoo Child Promo. We're Coming Home (James Ash Remix). Voodoo Child (Tom Neville Remix). Australian CD single. We're Coming Home" - 3:22. We're Coming Home" (James Ash Remix) - 6:14.