"Blame It on the Rain" is a song recorded by Milli Vanilli and written by hitmaker Diane Warren. Released during the summer of 1989, it became their third and final Billboard Hot 100 number one hit (November 25 - December 2, 1989) before their scandal broke out. The club mix version of the song was included on the "All or Nothing (U.S. Remix Album)" and included scratches and samples from other "rain" themed songs such as "Walking in the Rain" and "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head". The extended version of the club mix featured the rap from "It's Your Thing", which was an album track. The single version of "Blame It On The Rain" did not appear on any Milli Vanilli albums until the 2006 "Greatest Hits" release.
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