Weak (Skunk Anansie song)

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"Weak"
Single by Skunk Anansie
from the album Paranoid and Sunburnt
B-side "Tour Hymn"
Released January 1996
Format CD, Cassette, Vinyl Record
Genre Alternative rock
Length 3:33
Label One Little Indian (UK)
Writer(s) Skin, C. Lewis, Ace and R. France
Producer(s) Sylvia Massy, Skunk Anansie
Skunk Anansie singles chronology
"Charity"
(1995)
"Weak"
(1996)
"All I Want"
(1996)

"Weak" is a song by Skunk Anansie, released as their fourth single. The single was the last release to be taken from their debut album Paranoid and Sunburnt. The song is regarded as one of Skunk Anansie's most well known releases, and often a favourite at festivals. Skin performs a slower, more ballad-like version at many of her solo gigs. The song has been covered by Rod Stewart on his 1998 album "When We Were the New Boys".

Music video[edit]

The music video was directed by duo Hammer & Tongs. It shows the band playing outdoors.

Tracklisting[edit]

CD single - CD1[edit]

# Title Length
1. "Weak" 3:33
2. "Selling Jesus" 3:44
3. "Tour Hymn" 3:18

CD single - CD2[edit]

# Title Length
1. "Weak (Ackee And Saltfish Mix)" 3:56
2. "Charity (Clit Pop Mix)" 4:34
3. "100 Ways To Be A Good Girl (Anti Matter Mix)" 4:32
4. "Rise Up (Bonhamoon Mix)" 5:00

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