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A disco song, it was conceived after Cher was recommended to venture into said genre, after the commercial failure of her previous albums. The lyrics center around the request of a woman to be taken home by her lover. It was released as the lead single from the Take Me Home album in January through Casablanca Records , pressed as a inch single. Music critics gave positive reviews of "Take Me Home", highlighting its sound and melody. The single fared well in the United States charts, peaking at number eight on the Billboard Hot and entering three of its component charts. In Oceania, it entered the singles chart of New Zealand at number It was also a hit in Canada, reaching the top-ten of the singles chart.
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The original version was produced by Tony Mansfield and remixed by John Ratcliff. A new version was released in and produced by Alan Tarney for the group's debut studio album Hunting High and Low The song combines synthpop with a varied instrumentation that includes acoustic guitars , keyboards, and drums. It is considered to be the band's signature song. The video features the band in a live-action pencil-sketch sequence. One of the tracks rehearsed around this time was called "Miss Eerie", which had an original title of "Panorama". It included elements of what would later become "Take On Me", including the central synth riff, which Magne Furuholmen created when he was 15 years old. Soon after, Bridges disbanded. Waaktaar and Furuholmen relocated to London to try their hand in the music industry there, but returned to Norway after six months of disappointment. In January , the band returned to London in search of a recording contract.