Swallowed (song)

Swallowed (song)

Infobox Single |
Name = Swallowed


Artist = Bush
from Album = Razorblade Suitcase
Released = November 1996
Format = CD, 7"
Recorded = 1996
Genre = Post-grunge
Length = 4:50
Label = Trauma/Interscope
Producer = Steve Albini
Last single = "Machinehead"
(1996)
This single = "Swallowed"
(1996)
Next single = "Greedy Fly"
(1997)Extra album cover
Upper caption = Alternate Covers


Lower caption = UK CD2 Cover

'Swallowed' is a song by British post-grunge band Bush. It was included on the 1996 album "Razorblade Suitcase", which topped the Billboard 200 chart. It was later included on the remix album "Deconstructed", the live album "Zen X Four", and the Bush greatest hits compilation. It was nominated for Best Hard Rock Performance at the 1996 Grammy Awards, but lost to the Smashing Pumpkins' "The End Is The Beginning Is The End".

Release

"Swallowed" was released as the first single from the follow up to their massively successful debut album, "Sixteen Stone" which was released two years earlier. Upon release, the song topped the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks for a consecutive 7 weeks. This is the longest Bush ever stayed at number 1. It was also Bush's biggest hit in their native Britain, where it peaked at number 7 in the UK Singles Chart.

Music video

The music video, directed by Jamie Morgan and released in November 1996, is set in a retro apartment with a myriad of alternative youths. [http://www.mvdbase.com/video.php?id=4763] A neon crucifix (which would later become the album cover for "Deconstructed") is frequently interspersed amongst the antics of houseguests.

The video was nominated for several MTV Video Music Awards.

Track listing

*UK CD 1 Single IND95528
*#"Swallowed [Radio Edit] " - 4:08
*# "Broken TV" - 4:28
*# "Glycerine" - 4:26
*# "In a Lonely Place" - 5:58 (Written by Ian Curtis/Peter Hook/Stephen Morris/Bernard Sumner) Produced by Tricky

*UK CD 2 Single INDX95528
*# "Swallowed [LP Version] - 4:53
*# "Swallowed [Toasted Both Sides Please Goldie Remix] " - 5:50
*# "Insect Kin [Live on Saturday Night Live] " - 4:09
*# "Cold Contagious [16"oz Demo Version] " - 5:57

*AUS CD Single IND95519 (Cardsleeve)
*#"Swallowed [Radio Edit] " - 4:22
*# "Broken TV" - 4:28
*# "Communicator" - 4:24
*# "Glycerine [Live At Pinkpop, Holland] " - 4:42

Chart positions


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