Living in a Box (song)
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|"Living in a Box"|
|Single by Living in a Box|
|from the album Living in a Box|
|Genre||New Wave, synthpop, sophisti-pop, pop rock|
|Writer(s)||Marcus Vere, Steve Piggot|
|Producer(s)||Richard James Burgess, Tom Lord-Alge|
|Living in a Box singles chronology|
The song has many features of a 1980s song, including a synthesizer-led beat, with Richard Darbyshire's soulful vocal delivery over it.
It was the group's biggest hit single on either side of the Atlantic, reaching #5 on the UK Singles Chart and becoming the group's only Top 40 hit in the United States, peaking at #17 on the Billboard Hot 100.
From August, 2013, the song was used in a Vodafone TV commercial.
The song was covered by Bobby Womack, who had worked with Living in a Box on their debut album; his version reached No. 70 in the UK and was a minor US hit.
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