Pick a Part That's New

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"Pick a Part That's New"
Single by Stereophonics
from the album Performance and Cocktails
Released 25 May 1999
Format CD single, 7", MC
Recorded 1998
Genre Rock
Length 3:33
Label V2 Records
Writer(s) Kelly Jones
Producer(s) Steve Bush & Marshall Bird AKA: Bird & Bush
Stereophonics singles chronology
"Just Looking"
(1999)
"Pick a Part That's New"
(1999)
"I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio"
(1999)
Music video
"Pick a Part That's New" on YouTube

"Pick a Part That's New" is the third single from rock band the Stereophonics taken from their second album Performance and Cocktails.[citation needed]It was released in May 1999 and reached #4 in the UK charts.[1] [2]

The song is track 4 on Performance and Cocktails. An acoustic version is found on CD2 of the "Pick a Part That's New" singles.[citation needed]

A live version from Morfa Stadium is available on CD2 of the I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio singles.[citation needed]

The music video features the band parodying the 1969 film The Italian Job and performing in a bus which is on a cliff edge.[citation needed]The song also features as a soundtrack for the movie Antitrust when Milo Hoffman is recruited and brought to meet Garry Winston.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

CD: V2 / VVR5006773 (UK)[edit]

  1. "Pick a Part That's New" - 3:36
  2. "Nice to Be Out (demo)" - 2:44
  3. "Positively 4th Street" (Bob Dylan) - 3:50
  4. "Pick a Part That's New (video)"

CD: V2 / VVR5006778 (UK)[edit]

  1. "Pick a Part That's New (acoustic)" - 3:56
  2. "In My Day" - 2:16
  3. "Something in the Way" (Kurt Cobain) - 3:44
  • includes 3 art prints

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pick a Part That's New at musicvf.com
  2. ^ Pick a Part That's New discoogle.com

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