Boom, Like That

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"Boom, Like That"
Single by Mark Knopfler
from the album Shangri-La
B-side Summer of Love
Who's Your Baby Now (live)
Released September 20, 2004
Format 7", 2 CDs
Genre Roots rock
Label Mercury
Writer(s) Mark Knopfler
Producer(s) Mark Knopfler, Chuck Ainlay
Mark Knopfler singles chronology
"Why Aye Man"
"Boom, Like That"
"The Trawlerman's Song EP"

"Boom, Like That" is a 2004 single by Mark Knopfler, from his album Shangri-La. It is – with "Darling Pretty" – one of only two Mark Knopfler solo singles to reach the UK Top 40, hitting no. 34.


The subject of the song is Ray Kroc, the McDonald's entrepreneur. Knopfler indicated that he was inspired by Kroc's autobiography.

Track listings[edit]

CD single[edit]

  1. "Boom, Like That"
  2. "Summer Of Love"

Maxi CD single[edit]

  1. "Boom, Like That"
  2. "Summer Of Love"
  3. "Who's Your Baby Now" (live)


  1. "Boom, Like That"
  2. "Who's Your Baby Now" (live)

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