Laura (Scissor Sisters song)

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"Laura"
Single by Scissor Sisters
from the album Scissor Sisters
Released October 27, 2003
June 7, 2004 (re-issue)
Format 12", CD, Maxi-CD
Recorded 2003
Genre Glam rock, piano rock
Length 3:36
Label EMI, Polydor
Producer(s) Scissor Sisters
Scissor Sisters singles chronology
"Electrobix"
(2002)
--
"Take Your Mama"
(2004)
"Laura"
(2003)
--
"Laura"
(re-issue)
(2004)
"Comfortably Numb"
(2004)
--
"Mary"
(2004)

"Laura" is a song by American glam rock band Scissor Sisters and is the lead track on their self-titled debut album (see 2004 in music). It was released as the band's first single in October 2003 in the UK, placing at #54 in the UK Singles Chart (see 2003 in British music). It was later re-issued on June 7, 2004, charting at #12 in the same chart (see 2004 in British music).

In Australia, the song was ranked #58 on Triple J's Hottest 100 of 2004.[1]

Track listings[edit]

Initial UK release[edit]

  1. "Laura" – 3:36
  2. "Laura" (City Hi-Fi vocal mix) – 4:24
  3. "Available (For You)" – 3:40
  4. "Laura" (music video - CD only)

UK re-issue[edit]

  • 12" vinyl (9866831)
  1. "Laura" – 3:36
  2. "Laura" (a cappella) – 3:36
  3. "Laura" (Paper Faces remix) – 7:49
  • CD single (9866832)
  1. "Laura" – 3:36
  2. "Laura" (Craig C.'s Vocal Dub Workout)
  • Maxi-CD (9866833)
  1. "Laura" – 3:36
  2. "Borrowed Time"
  3. "Laura" (Riton Re-Rub)
  4. "Laura" (music video)
  5. "Take Your Mama" (music video)

Official remixes[edit]

  1. "Laura" (a cappella)
  2. "Laura" (City Hi-Fi vocal mix)
  3. "Laura" (City Hi-Fi instrumental mix)
  4. "Laura" (Craig C's Vocal Dub Workout)
  5. "Laura" (Paper Faces remix)
  6. "Laura" (Ralph Myerz remix)
  7. "Laura" (Riton Re-Rub)

Max and Diana directed the video, which includes some similarities to one of their previous works, Westlife's "Bop Bop Baby".

Charts[edit]

Chart (2003) Peak
position
United Kingdom (The Official Charts Company) 54
Chart (2004) Peak
position
United Kingdom (The Official Charts Company) 12

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Triple J Hottest 100 of 2004". rocklists.com. Retrieved 11 August 2014. 

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