Label: Philips - PHS-600-323 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock
The song peaked at number three in the UK Singles chart in the first week ofand also reached Number 11 in Ireland. While the song has assimilationist undertones, it is generally considered a plea for racial harmony.
The song featured on episode 3 of I'm Alan Partridge series 1, entitled 'Watership Alan' in which Alan sings the song whilst exercising in his hotel room alongside Michael, the caretaker, who is clearing out an air vent.
Alan asks Michael whether the song is racist, but Michael says no on the basis that Chinese is both a race of people and a food. Their version peaked at number one in the New Zealand charts, and charted for 15 weeks. The group released a low-budget, self-produced music video, directed by photographer Kerry Brown. The video features the group performing with a band in a white room, footage of people of different ethnic groups around Aucklandand cats. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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