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About "Behave"

"(Someone's Always Telling You How To) Behave" is a song by British rock group Chumbawamba. The song, which incorporates elements of rock and dance, criticizes homophobia in pop and rock music. The group recorded it in late summer 1992 but struggled to reach an agreement with their distributor, Southern Records, over the song's quality, release formats, and promotional budget. The band ultimately opted to form their own label, Agit Prop Records, to oversee the single's release.

"Behave" was released in November 1992 as a stand-alone single, following the release of their fifth studio album, Shhh, earlier in the year. Because the group was touring in America at the time of the single's release, they were unable to promote it, and its commercial impact was minimal. Critical response to the song was favorable, with particular praise going to the song's chorus and its transition between the group's punk and mainstream pop eras.

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