Come On (The Jesus and Mary Chain song)

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"Come On"
Single by The Jesus and Mary Chain
from the album Stoned & Dethroned
B-side "I'm In With The Out Crowd"
Released October 1994
Format 7", 12", 2xCDS
Genre Alternative rock
Length 2:32
Label Blanco y Negro
Producer(s) Jim Reid, William Reid
The Jesus and Mary Chain singles chronology
"Sometimes Always"
(1994)
"Come On"
(1994)
"I Hate Rock 'n' Roll"
(1995)
Alternative Cover
Cover of CD1
Alternative Cover
Cover of CD2

"Come On" is a song by the Scottish alternative rock group The Jesus and Mary Chain and the second single from the group's album Stoned & Dethroned. It was released by Blanco y Negro Records in October 1994 and reached #52 in the UK single charts.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Jim Reid, except where noted.

7" (NEG73)
  1. "Come On" – 2:32
  2. "I'm In With The Out Crowd" - 2:37
12" (NEG73T) and CDS (NEG73CD)
  1. "Come On" – 2:32
  2. "New York City" (William Reid) - 1:59
  3. "Taking It Away" (Ben Lurie) - 2:12
  4. "I'm In With The Out Crowd" - 2:37
CDS (NEG73CD2)
  1. "Come On" – 2:32
  2. "Ghost Of A Smile" (Shane McGowan) - 2:55
  3. "Alphabet St." (Prince) - 2:17
  4. "A New Kind Of Kick (Live)" (Lux Interior, Ivy Rorschach)

Notes[edit]

  • Live track recorded at UC San Diego, California, USA, on 11 November 1992.

Personnel[edit]

The Jesus and Mary Chain[edit]

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Dick Meaney - engineer
  • Nick Addison - engineer ("I'm In With The Out Crowd")

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Come On". Chart Stats. Retrieved on 5 October 2009.