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|Single by Bush|
|from the album Sixteen Stone|
|Released||9 April 1996|
|Bush singles chronology|
The music video was directed by Shawn Mortensen on 21 November 1995 in London and Portmouth. If you watch closely you can see sections of Shepherd's Bush, where the band members used to live. Gavin Rossdale's dog Winston is also in the video.
The song reached the Top 5 of the Modern Rock Tracks as well as the Mainstream Rock Tracks, lifting the band to stardom in the 1990s. The song reached #43 on the Billboard Hot 100 on 4 May 1996 and #24 on the Hot 100 Airplay on 18 May 1996. The song was nominated for Best Video from a Film at the 1996 MTV Music Video Awards but lost; however, it did win the MTV Movie Award for Best Song from a Movie at the 1996 MTV Movie Awards.
- US CD Single IND95505
- "Machinehead" - 4:20
- "Comedown [Acoustic]" - 4:24
- "X-Girlfriend" - 0:44
- UK CD Limited Edition Single (Numbered Metal Insert - 7500 Made) INDX95505
- "Solomon's Bones"
- UK 10" Vinyl (Numbered) INV95505
- "Comedown [Acoustic]"
- "Solomon's Bones"
Appearances in the media
- The song was played when the Columbus Blue Jackets exited the tunnel onto the ice at the start of periods during the 2007-2008 NHL season.
- Wrestler Jim Steele used this song as an entrance theme in All Japan Pro Wrestling.
- The song is featured in the video games Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock, Madden NFL 11, and Saints Row: The Third.
- The song was featured on Cold Case in the episode "The Plan".
- The song was used as the theme song to Paul Finebaum's radio show.
- The song was made available to download on 7 February 2012 for play in Rock Band 3 Basic and PRO mode utilizing real guitar / bass guitar, and MIDI compatible electronic drum kits / keyboards plus vocal harmonies.
- An instrumental version of the song was featured on WWE's Elimination Chamber DVDs.
|Canadian RPM Singles Chart||40|
|Canadian RPM Alternative 30||1|
|UK Singles Chart||48|
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100||43|
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100 Airplay||24|
|U.S. Billboard Modern Rock Tracks||4|
|U.S. Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks||4|
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