Cold Shoulder (song)

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"Cold Shoulder"
Single by Adele
from the album 19
B-side "Now and Then"
Released 21 April 2008[1]
Format
Recorded Compass Point Studios
(Nassau, Bahamas)
Length 3:42 (Album Version)
3:15 (Single Version)
Label XL Recordings
Writer(s)
  • Adele
  • Sacha Skarbek
Producer(s) Mark Ronson
Adele singles chronology
"Chasing Pavements"
(2008)
"Cold Shoulder"
(2008)
"Make You Feel My Love"
(2008)

"Cold Shoulder" is the third single from soul singer Adele released from her debut album 19. It was released digitally in Ireland on 30 March 2008 and in the UK on 31 March 2008. This is the only song on the album to be produced by Mark Ronson. Ex-Jamiroquai bassist Stuart Zender plays on the song who is also part of Mark Ronson's touring band. Adele performed the song on Friday Night with Jools Holland on 8 February 2008 and on Saturday Night Live during the 18 October 2008 show. A remix by Basement Jaxx has also been receiving airplay and is digitally available.

Music video[edit]

The video was shot in February 2008 in London. It has begun gaining airplay on UK music channels, and features Adele singing in a darkened room amongst melting ice statues who all have looks of despair. The video ends with many of the statues melted and final shots of Adele interfade into those of the statues.

Tracklistings[edit]

UK – CD & 7-inch Vinyl

  1. "Cold Shoulder" 3:15
  2. "Now And Then" 3:24

iTunes EP
Cold Shoulder – EP

  1. "Cold Shoulder"
  2. "Cold Shoulder" (Basement Jaxx Classic Edit)
  3. "Cold Shoulder" (Basement Jaxx Classic Remix)
  4. "Cold Shoulder" (Basement Jaxx DuBB)
  5. "Cold Shoulder" (Rusko Remix)
  6. "Cold Shoulder" (Out of Office Remix)

Release history[edit]

Country Date
United Kingdom 28 April 2008
Europe 16 June 2008

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