Where Do We Go from Here? (Filter song)

Where Do We Go from Here? (Filter song)

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Name = Where Do We Go from Here?

Artist = Filter
from Album = The Amalgamut
Released = 2002
Format = CD5", CD-Maxi, 12"
Genre = Alternative rock
Length = 5:34
Label = Warner Bros.
Writer =
Last single = "The Best Things" (2000)
This single = "Where Do We Go from Here?" (2002)
Next single = "American Cliché"

"Where Do We Go from Here?" is a song written and recorded by American industrial rock band Filter for their third studio album, "The Amalgamut". The song was released as the album's first single in 2002, baring a resemblance to the crossover pop hit "Take a Picture". Despite the similarities, "Where Do We Go from Here?" failed to match the success of "Take a Picture" on the "Billboard" Hot 100.Cite web|url=http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/retrieve_chart_history.do?model.vnuArtistId=120600&model.vnuAlbumId=541750|title=Artist Chart History|accessdate=2008-05-07|publisher=Billboard] However, it managed to come close to the top ten of the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks and Hot Modern Rock Tracks charts at number 12 and number 11, respectively. A popular remix of this song was made by The X-Ecutioners which gained extensive club play.

A music video was also produced for the song. It received moderate airplay upon release.

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