Sleep (Marion song)

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"Sleep" was the second single released by Marion in February 1995. It was re-recorded for their first album, This World and Body, and this version was also released as an EP in March 1996.

"Sleep"
Single by Marion
from the album This World and Body
ReleasedFebruary 1995
March 1996
GenreBritpop, alternative rock, power pop
LabelLondon
Songwriter(s)Jaime Harding, Anthony Grantham, Phil Cunningham,
Producer(s)Stephen Street (1995)
Al Clay (1996)
Marion singles chronology
"Violent Men"
(1994)
"Sleep"
(1995)
"Toys for Boys"
(1995)

"Time"
(1996)

"Sleep"
(1996)

"Miyako Hideaway"
(1998)

The initial single release charted at number 53 in the UK Singles Chart in 1995. The re-recording peaked at number 17 on the chart a year later.

Track listingEdit

All tracks by Harding/Grantham/Cunningham, words by Harding.

1995 issueEdit

7" vinyl
  1. "Sleep"
  2. "Father's Day"
12" vinyl and CD
  1. "Sleep"
  2. "Father's Day"
  3. "Moving Fast"

1996 issueEdit

7" vinyl
  1. "Sleep"
  2. "Waiting for No-One"
CD1 "The Sleep EP"
  1. "Sleep"
  2. "Waiting for No-One"
  3. "The Collector"
  4. "Violent Men"
CD2 "Sleep Acoustic EP"
  1. "Sleep (acoustic)"
  2. "Time (acoustic)"
  3. "Wait (acoustic)"

PersonnelEdit

1995 issueEdit

1996 issueEdit

External linksEdit