I'm Deranged

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"I'm Deranged"
Song by David Bowie
from the album Outside
Released September 25, 1995
Genre Industrial rock
Length 4:29
Label RCA Records
Songwriter(s) David Bowie, Brian Eno
Outside track listing
"Segue – Nathan Adler"
"I'm Deranged"
"Thru' These Architects Eyes"

"I'm Deranged" is a song written by David Bowie and Brian Eno in 1995 for the album Outside. Musically and lyrically, it shares many themes with "Look Back in Anger" from Lodger (1979), including the appearance of an angel figure before an artist. The two songs were frequently played together during the 1995 Outside Tour.

Other releases[edit]

  • Two different edits were featured in the film Lost Highway in 1997. The song was played during both the intro and the end credits and appears on the soundtrack.
  • A "Jungle remix" was released on the single "Dead Man Walking" in March 1997.
  • This jungle mix was played live often during the dance set of the Earthling Tour. One of these performances appeared on the live album LiveAndWell.com.
  • The musical intro is used as the title theme on Swedish serial Beck.

Cover versions[edit]


The song "I'm Deranged" was featured as the opening title and end credits music for David Lynch's 1997 film Lost Highway. For the end credits Bowie's vocals start a cappella for the first couple of lines, before the backing track fades up.


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