War of Nerves

War of Nerves

Single infobox
Name = War of Nerves



Artist = All Saints
from Album = All Saints
B-side = "Inside"
Background = Orange
Released = November 23, 1998
Recorded = 1997
Format = CD, Cassette
Genre = R&B,Ballad
Length = 4:52
Label = London Records
Producer = Cameron McVey
Magnus Fiennes
NoReviews = yes
Last single = "Bootie Call"
(1998)
Next single = "Pure Shores"
(2000)

: "This article is about the All Saints single War Of Nerves, not to be confused with the Mr Ronz album A War Of Nerves."

"War of Nerves" is a song by All Saints, which was released as the fifth and final single from their debut album, "All Saints". In the UK it peaked at #7 in the charts. Its overall sales stand at 176,714.

ong information


Music video

"War of Nerves", is set in London's famous Met Bar [ [http://www.worldsbestbars.com/city/london/the-met-bar-london.htm Worlds Best Bars] Met Bar] . It also features a London bus with an advertisement for All Saints which was visible in London for quite a while. Member Melanie Blatt's pregnancy was also written in the concept for the video as she would be shown singing in the shower, exposing her belly in a silouette. [ [http://www.melanieblatt.co.uk/biog.html MelanieBlatt.co.uk] Official Biography]

Remixes

War of Nerves
* 98 remix
* Ganja Kru Dub
* Ganja Kru Remix

References

External links

* [http://allsaintsofficial.com/ Official site]


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