Open Up (song)

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"Open Up"
Single by Leftfield featuring John Lydon
from the album Leftism
Released 1 November 1993
Format 12"/CD/MC
Genre Electronica, house, synthpunk
Length 03:48
Label Hard Hands / Warner-Chappell
Writer(s) Leftfield
Producer(s) Leftfield
Leftfield featuring John Lydon singles chronology
"Song of Life"
(1993)
"Open Up"
(1993)
"Original"
(1995)
Alternative Cover
Alternative Cover for South African Release.

"Open Up" is a song recorded by Leftfield featuring John Lydon of Sex Pistols and Public Image Ltd.. It was released as a single on 1 November 1993. The single reached #13 in the UK Singles Chart. The NME reported in their 18 September 1993 issue that "This is the record that people have always wanted Lydon to do."[1] The song also made an appearance on the Hackers soundtrack, and on the album The Best ...in the World ...Ever! Volume 3 in 1996. The song can also be found on the British Now That's What I Call Music! 26. It is also the title track to the Acclaim baseball video game All-Star Baseball 2000.

Track listing[edit]

CD/Cassette[edit]

  1. Open Up (Radio Edit) – 3:48
  2. Open Up (Full Vocal Mix) – 8:48
  3. Open Up (Dervish Overdrive) – 13:39

12"[edit]

  1. Open Up (Full Vocal Mix) – 8:48
  2. Open Up (Dervish Overdrive) – 13:39

Remix 12"[edit]

  1. Open Up (I Hate Pink Floyd Mix) – 3:51
  2. Open Up (Open Dub) – 5:35
  3. Open Up (The Dust Brothers Remix) – 8:04

Remix CD[edit]

  1. Open Up (Radio Edit) – 3:48
  2. Open Up (I Hate Pink Floyd Mix) – 3:51
  3. Open Up (The Dust Brothers Remix) – 8:04
  4. Open Up (Open Dub) – 5:35

German CD[edit]

  1. Open Up (Radio Edit) – 3:48
  2. Open Up (Full Vocal Mix) – 8:48
  3. Open Up (Dervish Overdrive – Edit) – 6:47

US CD[edit]

  1. Open Up (Radio Version) – 3:48
  2. Open Up (Full Vocal Mix) – 8:48
  3. Open Up (Dervish Overdrive Mix) – 13:39
  4. Afro-Left (Afro Ride Version) – 9:10

2001 12"[edit]

  1. Open Up – 6:52
  2. Cut For Life – 7:02

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Open Up". Leftfield Online. Retrieved 2006-11-05.