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Get Set

"Get Set"
Single by Taxiride
from the album Imaginate
Released 1999 (Australia)
Format
CD single (worldwide)
Recorded Ocean Way Studios, New York, United States
Genre Rock
Length 3:18
Label Warner Bros.
Writer(s) Tim Wild
Producer(s) Jack Joseph Puig
Taxiride singles chronology
"Get Set"
(1999)
"Everywhere You Go"
(1999)

"Get Set" is the first single by Melbourne band Taxiride. It is the second track on their 1999 debut, Imaginate. The song was recorded in Ocean Way Studios, Los Angeles, and produced by Jack Joseph Puig. This song became a Top Twenty hit in Australia and Japan, but it was not as popular in the United States of America.

The song was used in the soundtrack of the 1999 film Election. In the film, the character Tammy is in her room listening to the song. A music video was also released, based on the film; it featured several scenes from the film, along with Taxiride playing in a studio.

In 2002, this song was used for TV advertisement for Village Cinemas in Australia.

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