The Door (Silverchair song)

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"The Door"
Single by Silverchair
from the album Freak Show
Released October 1997
Format CD
Recorded 1996
Genre Grunge, post-grunge
Length 3:40
Label Murmur
Writer(s) Daniel Johns
Producer(s) Nick Launay
Silverchair singles chronology
"Cemetery"
(1997)
"The Door"
(1997)
"Anthem for the Year 2000"
(1999)

"The Door" is the fourth and last single from the band Silverchair's second album, Freak Show. It is also one of only a few songs from Frogstomp and Freak Show that the band still plays live.

Track listing[edit]

Australian CD single (MATTCD062); Cassette (MATTC062)

  1. "The Door"
  2. "Surfin' Bird" (cover)
  3. "Roses" (live)
  4. "Minor Threat" (live cover)
  5. "Madman" (live)"

Limited Australian 7" (MATTV062)

  1. "The Door"
  2. "Surfin' Bird" (cover)
  3. "Roses" (live cover)
  4. "Minor Threat" (live cover)
  • Out of print, and hard to find, as it is now deleted from Murmur's catalogue.

The three live songs were recorded in Chicago's Aragon Ballroom on 20 April 1997. Jeremy Chatelain from the band Handsome sings on "Minor Threat".

Charts[edit]

Chart (1997) Peak
position
Australian Singles Chart[1] 25

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Silverchair singles". australian-charts.com. Retrieved 2001-06-14.