Bullet (Superheist song)

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Single by Superheist
from the album The Prize Recruit
Released 5 March 2001 (2001-03-05)
Format CD Single
Recorded 2000
Genre Nu metal
Length 3:38
Label Pivotal/Shock
Writer(s) Richard William Norton, Roderick McLeod, Fetah Sabawi
Producer(s) Kalju Tonuma
Superheist singles chronology
"Crank the System"
"Step Back/Slide"

"Bullet" is the second single from the debut album The Prize Recruit, by Australian nu metal group Superheist. It is a reworked version of "Bullet for You", a B-side from the previous single "Crank the System". It exceeds the original in quality and bombast. "Bullet" which was co-written by band members, Richard William "DW" Norton, Roderick "Burger" McLeod, and Fetah Sabawi. climbed to No. 45 on the ARIA Singles Chart. The album and single were produced by Kalju Tonuma


In mid-1999 Superheist toured nationally backing Sepultura,[1][2] but shortly their bass guitarist, Simon "Si" Durrant left and returned to his home town of Adelaide where he joined a short-lived project, Screwface:13. He was replaced on bass guitar by Andrew Corey Dedman.[1] "Crank the System", which appeared in November 2000, was their first single with Dedman and also their first for the new Shock Records subsidiary label, Pivotal Records.[3] The release included "Bullet for You" as a B-side which was co-written by Richard William "DW" Norton on lead guitar, backing vocals; Roderick "Burger" McLeod on lead vocals; and Fetah Sabawi on synthesisers and samplers.[1][4][5] This version was reworked and issued as the album's second single, "Bullet". It peaked at No. 45 on the ARIA Singles Chart.[6] The album and single were produced by Kalju Tonuma.[4]

Track listing[edit]

  • AUS CD Single SHAGCD7053
    1. "Bullet [Edit] - 3:38
    2. "Powderburns" - 3:54
    3. "Stigma" - 4:07
    4. "Christine" - 4:17
    5. "Bullet [Album Version]" - 3:52


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  2. ^ "Artists :: Superheist". Australian Music Online. Archived from the original on 22 November 2005. Retrieved 7 September 2014. 
  3. ^ Australian Music Online, Pivotal associated singles:
  4. ^ a b Holmgren, Magnus. "Superheist". passagen.se. Australian Rock Database (Magnus Holmgren). Archived from the original on 22 April 2012. Retrieved 7 September 2014. 
  5. ^ "'Bullet' at APRA search engine". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 7 September 2014.  Note: User may have to click 'Search again' and provide details at 'Enter a title:' e.g Bullet; &/or at 'Performer:' Superheist
  6. ^ Hung, Steffen. "Discography Superheist". Australian Charts Portal. Hung Medien (Steffen Hung). Retrieved 7 September 2014.