Blue (The Verve song)

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"Blue"
Verve Blue Cover-01.jpg
Single by The Verve
from the album A Storm in Heaven
Released 10 May 1993
Format CD, 12", 10"
Recorded December 1992 - January 1993 (Sawmills Studios)
Length 3:24
Label Hut
Songwriter(s) Nick McCabe, Richard Ashcroft, Simon Jones, Peter Salisbury
Producer(s) John Leckie
The Verve singles chronology
"Gravity Grave"
(1992)
"Blue"
(1993)
"Slide Away"
(1993)

"Gravity Grave"
(1992)
"Blue"
(1993)
"Slide Away"
(1993)

"Blue" was the first single by British band The Verve to be released from their first album, A Storm in Heaven, which was released through Hut Records. The song peaked at #69 on the UK charts.

The video shows the band down a dark alleyway in Islington, London. There was a separate video for the USA, which was filmed in Dublin.

"6 O'Clock" was recorded at Parr Street Studios in Liverpool.

Track listing[edit]

  • CD HUTCD 29
  1. Blue
  2. Twilight
  3. Where The Geese Go
  4. No Come Down (not on the 12'')

US version[edit]

In 1994 Blue was re-mixed and re-released for the American market - with a different track listing and an alternate video. The single was distributed by American label Vernon Yard Recordings.

  • CD Promo DPRO-14193
  1. Blue (USA Mix)
  2. 6 O'Clock
  3. Make it Till Monday (Acoustic)
  4. Virtual World (Acoustic)
  • CD Promo DPRO-14184
  1. Blue (USA Mix)
  2. Where The Geese Go

Except of song #4 the songs also appear on B-side compilation No Come Down.

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