Deadwood (song)

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"Deadwood"
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Single by Dirty Pretty Things
from the album Waterloo to Anywhere
Released 10 July 2006
Format Vinyl record (7"), CD, DVD
Recorded 2005
Genre Garage Rock
Length 2:31
Label Mercury Records
Songwriter(s) Carl Barât, Didz Hammond, Gary Powell, Anthony Rossomando
Producer(s) Dave Sardy
Dirty Pretty Things singles chronology
"Bang Bang You're Dead"
(2006)
"Deadwood"
(2006)
"Wondering"
(2006)
"Bang Bang You're Dead"
(2006)
"Deadwood"
(2006)
"Wondering"
(2006)

"Deadwood" is a song by the band Dirty Pretty Things. It was released as a single on 10 July 2006 and was the second to be released from the band's debut album Waterloo to Anywhere. The band recruited fans via their web site to appear for the filming of the video, which occurred on a farm in the Essex countryside on Tuesday 16 May. In 2006 the song was used as the theme tune to Russell Brand's Got Issues, and later The Russell Brand Show.

Single track listings[edit]

7"[edit]

  1. "Deadwood"
  2. "Panic Attack" (Acoustic Paddingtons Cover)

CD[edit]

  1. "Deadwood"
  2. "Puffin On A Coffin Nail" (Demo)
  3. "One To My Left"

DVD[edit]

  1. "Deadwood" (music video directed by Barney Clay)
  2. "Deadwood Diaries" (documentary directed by Goatie Lewis)
  3. "You Fucking Love It" (live video directed by Goatie Lewis and filmed at The Basement Club, Buffalo Bar, Highbury, London, 23.3.06)

Video[edit]

The full, uncensored video directed by Barney Clay is available on the band's website. The video was censored for television due to nudity and other mature thematic elements.[1]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2007) Peak
position[1]
UK Singles Chart 20

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dirty Pretty Things - Deadwood - Music Charts". acharts.us. Retrieved 2007-11-30. 

External links[edit]