Good Song

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"Good Song"
7", CD cover
Single by Blur
from the album Think Tank
B-side "Me, White Noise" (alternate version), "Morricone"
Released 6 October 2003
Format 7", CD, DVD
Recorded Marrakech, 2002
Length 3:09
Label Parlophone, Food, EMI
Writer(s) Damon Albarn, Alex James and Dave Rowntree
Producer(s) Blur, Ben Hillier
Blur singles chronology
"Crazy Beat"
"Good Song"
"Fool's Day"
Think Tank track listing
"Crazy Beat"
"Good Song"
"On the Way to the Club"
Alternative cover
DVD cover
Music video
"Good Song" on YouTube

"Good Song" is a song by English band Blur and is the fourth track on their 2003 studio album Think Tank. In October 2003, the song was released as the third and final single from that album, peaking at #22 in the UK Singles Chart (see 2003 in British music). The single was Blur's lowest placing single since 1993's "Sunday Sunday", ending the bands consecutive run of Top 20 singles. The promo video is an awarded animation directed by David Shrigley and the group Shynola. "Good Song" was originally called "De La Soul" after the hip-hop group.[1] Damon Albarn would later collaborate with members of De La Soul for the Gorillaz singles "Feel Good Inc." and "Superfast Jellyfish". Graham Coxon, who had previously left the group, plays on the single's B-side "Morricone".

Track listings[edit]

  • 7"
  1. "Good Song"
  2. "Morricone"
  • CD
  1. "Good Song"
  2. "Me, White Noise" (alternate version)
  • DVD
  1. "Good Song" (video)
  2. "Me, White Noise" (alternate version)
  3. "Morricone"
  4. "Good Song" (animatic)

Production credits[edit]

  • "Good Song", "Me, White Noise" (alternate version) and "Morricone" produced by Blur and Ben Hillier
  • Damon Albarn: Lead Vocals, Guitar, Synthesizers
  • Alex James: Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals
  • Dave Rowntree: Drum Machine, Backing Vocals
  • Ben Hillier: Turntables


  1. ^ 2003 Think Tank Interview CD

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