Released: 17 October 2005
- Sweet Dreams My L.A. Ex (Music Video)
- Funkydory (Music Video)
- Some Girls (Music Video)
- More More More (Music Video)
- Negotiate With Love (Music Video)
- So Good (Music Video)
- I Said Never Again (But Here We Are) (Music Video)
B-Sides & Bonus Tracks:
- Queen (Appears on ‘Negotiate With Love’)
- Never Go Back (Appears on ‘So Good’)
- Waiting Game (Appears on ‘I Said Never Again (But Here We Are)’
‘Come And Get It’ is the second studio album from British Singer Rachel Stevens, released on 17 October 2005. The album featured the singles ‘Some Girls’, ‘Negotiate With Love’, ‘So Good’ and ‘I Said Never Again (But Here We Are)’. The album was credited as one of the “1000 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die” by The Guardian and has become a cult classic amongst fans.
Facts & Trivia
- A survey was submitted to fans prior to the release of the album that provided options for us to vote on the album title. Options included “Some Girls / Crazy Boys”, “Come and Get It”, and “So Good”.
- There are two images featured in the aforementioned surgery that were not utilized in the imagery for the album.
- Prior to the release of the third single “Crazy Boys” was available for pre-order through HMV with a release date of 05 September 2005, however, was transferred to “I Said Never Again (But Here We Are)” and pushed to 26 September 2005.
- Following the release of “I Said Never Again (But Here We Are)” the song “Nothing Good About This Goodbye” was made available for pre-order through HMV with a release date of 06 February 2006, however, was cancelled following the underperformance of the album.
- It has been reported that the Kylie Minogue song “Made Of Glass” was recorded by Rachel for inclusion on the album, however, Kylie ended up releasing the song as a b-side to her single “Giving You Up”.
- Following completion of the album Rachel wrote two songs with Richard X and Hannah Robinson including “Nothing In Common” and “(Girl) Manmade”, with the latter of which not being recorded.