Freakin' Out

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"Freakin' Out"
Single by Graham Coxon
from the album Happiness in Magazines
B-side "Feel Right"
Released 8 March 2004
Format 7", CD (promo-only)
Genre Indie rock
Length 3:42
Label Parlophone
Writer(s) Graham Coxon
Producer(s) Stephen Street
Graham Coxon singles chronology
"Escape Song" / "Mountain Of Regret"
"Freakin' Out"
"Bittersweet Bundle of Misery"

"Freakin' Out" is a song by Graham Coxon and was released as the lead single from his fifth solo album Happiness in Magazines in 2004 (see 2004 in British music). It was released as a very limited 7" (only 5000 copies) and charted at number 37 in the UK Singles Chart. "Freakin' Out" was later re-released as a double A-side with "All Over Me" (see Freakin' Out / All Over Me). For many years, it has been used as the theme song in the opening titles of "G-Spot", an entertainment/ents programme broadcast by Glasgow University Student Television.

The limited 7" (which made the song a #37) was the first single since the 2002 release of In the City by The Jam to chart in the UK Top 40 solely on a limited 7" release. It is also the second single after In the City, that peaked at #36, to chart on a limited 7" in the UK Top 40 since the late 1970s.

Track listing[edit]

  • CD CDRDJ6632
  1. "Freakin' Out"
  • 7" R6632
  1. "Freakin' Out"
  2. "Feel Right"

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