Juanita (Underworld song)

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"Juanita"
Juanita Underworld.jpg
Single by Underworld
from the album Second Toughest in the Infants
Released 1997
Format 12" vinyl, CD
Genre Progressive house
Length 16:35
Label Junior Boy's Own
Writer(s) Rick Smith, Karl Hyde, Darren Emerson
Producer(s) Rick Smith, Karl Hyde, Darren Emerson
Underworld singles chronology
"Born Slippy .NUXX"
(1996)
"Juanita"
(1997)
"Moaner"
(1997)

"Juanita" is the title of a promotional 1996 single release and a song by Underworld, from their album Second Toughest in the Infants. It was the regular set-opener of their Second Toughest in the Infants and Beaucoup Fish tours.

On the album it is titled "Juanita: Kiteless: To Dream of Love" as "Juanita" forms only the first part of three in the track, with "Kiteless" and "To Dream of Love" pushing it to its length of almost seventeen minutes. The "Promo Short Cut" version cuts down the "Juanita" part of the track, which is approximately the first 6:03 of the album version, and edits it to 3:49.

The 2000 live album Everything, Everything, which documents the Beaucoup Fish tour, features a version which includes both "Juanita" and "Kiteless" only, and runs to 12:35.

Track listing[edit]

Promo single
  1. "Juanita (Promo Short Cut)" – 3:49
  2. "Juanita (Album Version)" – 16:35

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