Rip It Up (Razorlight song)

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"Rip It Up"
Single by Razorlight
from the album Up All Night
Released 2003-11-10
2004-11-29 (re-release)
Format 7", CD
Genre Post-punk revival
Length 2:25
Label Vertigo
Writer(s) Johnny Borrell
Producer(s) John Cornfield
Razorlight singles chronology
"Rock ‘N’ Roll Lies"
(August 2003)
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"Vice
(September 2004)
"Rip It Up"
(November 2003)

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"Rip It Up (re-release)
(November 2004)
"Stumble and Fall"
(January 2004)
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"Somewhere Else"
(April 2005)
Up All Night track listing
"Which Way Is Out"
(5)
"Rip It Up"
(6)
"Don't Go Back to Dalston"
(7)

"Rip It Up" is a song by English indie rock band Razorlight and is the sixth track on their 2004 debut album Up All Night. It was also released as their second single in November 2003 and peaked at #42 in the UK Singles Chart (see 2003 in British music). A year later, "Rip It Up" was re-released as the final single from the initial release of Up All Night, and peaked at #20 in the UK Singles Chart (see 2004 in British music).

Track listing[edit]

Initial release[edit]

  • 7"
  1. "Rip It Up"
  2. "Here It Comes"
  • CD1
  1. "Rip It Up"
  2. "Spirit"
  3. "Yes, You Should Know"
  • CD2
  1. "Rip It Up"
  2. "When He Was Twenty"
  3. "Heartbreak Soup"

Re-release[edit]

  • 7"
  1. "Rip It Up"
  2. "Don't Go Back to Dalston" (Live from Brixton Academy)
  • CD1
  1. "Rip It Up"
  2. "Just Can't Explain" (Live in Los Angeles)
  • CD2
  1. "Rip It Up"
  2. "Fairytale of New York" (The Lamacq Session)
  3. "Stumble and Fall" (Live at One Big Weekend, Birmingham)

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2003) Peak
position[1]
UK Singles Chart 42
Chart (2004) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart 1 20

1 Re-release

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Razorlight - Rip It Up - Music Charts". acharts.us. Retrieved 2007-11-22. 

External links[edit]