|Single by Chumbawamba|
|from the album Anarchy|
|Format||CD, 12" vinyl|
|Recorded||Woodland Studios, UK|
|Label||One Little Indian (UK, 1994)|
|Producer(s)||Chumbawamba & Credit to the Nation|
|Chumbawamba singles chronology|
"Homophobia" is a song from Chumbawamba's album Anarchy, concerning the topic of modern homophobia. It remained a regular part of Chumbawamba's live set, usually in an a cappella version, from its initial release in 1994 up to the band's retirement in 2012. This arrangement was performed on their 1994 live album Showbusiness!. The version released as a single is very different from the album and live versions, having an upbeat synthesised backing, altered lyrics, and backing vocals by the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.
The B-side "Song for Derek Jarman" is a heavily reworked version of "Rage" from Anarchy. It quotes from Dylan Thomas's "Do not go gentle into that good night" and ends with a clip of Derek Jarman himself praising the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.
- "Homophobia (Sisters Mix)" (4:35) (vocals by the Sisters Of Perpetual Indulgence)
- "Morality Play In Three Acts" (4:08)
- "Homophobia Acapella (Live)" (3:12)
- "Song For Derek Jarman" (5:46)
- "Homophobia (Sisters Mix)" (4:34) (vocals by the Sisters Of Perpetual Indulgence)
- "Enough Is Enough" (4:37) (with Credit to the Nation)
- "Morality Play In Three Acts" (4:07)
- "The Day The Nazi Died" (2:38) (a song about the death and funeral of Rudolph Hess)
- "Chumbawamba chart history". Official Charts. Official Charts Company. Retrieved 25 February 2017.
- "Chumbawamba – Homophobia". Discogs. Retrieved 25 February 2017.
- "Chumbawamba With The Sisters Of Perpetual Indulgence – Homophobia track list". Discogs. Retrieved 25 February 2017.