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Two Can Play That Game (song)

"Two Can Play That Game"
Bobby
Released 25 June 1994 / 1 April 1995
Format Cassette single
7" single
12" single
CD single
Recorded 1992
NJS Future Records
(Virginia Beach, Virginia)[1]
Genre House
Label MCA
Bobby Brown singles chronology

"Something in Common"
(1993)
"Two Can Play That Game"
(1995)
"Feelin' Inside"
(1997)

"Two Can Play That Game" is a single released by R&B singer Bobby Brown on the MCA label.

The song originally reached #38 in the UK charts upon its first release in 1994. It was remixed by K-Klass and re-released in 1995. It peaked in the UK at #3 for 3 weeks.

Track listing

  1. "Two Can Play That Game" (K Klassic Radio Mix) – 3:31
  2. "Two Can Play That Game" (K Klassic Mix) – 7:17
  3. "Two Can Play That Game" (The Games Over Mix) – 5:18
  4. "Two Can Play That Game" (Pharmaceutical Dub) – 6:22
  5. "Two Can Play That Game" (DJ Gem Cunnington ReMix) – 3:29
  6. "Two Can Play That Game" (2B3 Can Play That Game Mix) – 4:45

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