Rogue Traders is an Australian electronic, pop rock band formed in 2002 by mainstay James Ash on keyboards. In 1989, Ash met fellow original member Steve Davis, in London while both were working as DJs. Before forming Rogue Traders, the pair had worked together on many projects, including the dance music act, Union State which relocated to Melbourne in 1992. The group's name comes from the 1999 drama film, Rogue Trader. They were joined in 2004 by soap opera actress, Natalie Bassingthwaighte, on lead vocals and Cameron McGlinchey on drums.
"Give in to Me" is the first single released by the Rogue Traders for their debut album We Know What You're Up To (After Need You to Show Me was deleted from the album). The single peaked at number 67 and spent 6 weeks in the Australian Top 100 Singles Chart.
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