Lost in Space (Lighthouse Family song)

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"Lost in Space"
Lighthouse Family Lost In Space.jpg
Single by Lighthouse Family
from the album Postcards from Heaven
Released 19 May 1998
Format CD, 12" [1]
Recorded Miraval and Sarm West
Genre Pop
Length 5:23 (album version)
4:10 (radio edit)
Label Wildcard / Polydor
Writer(s) Paul Tucker
Producer(s) Paul Tucker, Tim Laws
Lighthouse Family singles chronology
"High"
(1998)
"Lost in Space"
(1998)
"Question of Faith"
(1998)
Greatest Hits track listing
"Raincloud"
(4)
"Lost in Space"
(5)
"Loving Every Minute"
(6)

"Lost in Space" is a song by the Lighthouse Family, released as their third pop single for their second album Postcards from Heaven (1997). The song was produced by Mike Peden. It was released in May 1998 and reached the top 10 in the United Kingdom and the top 40 in Europe.

Track listing and formats[edit]

# Title Length
UK CD single #1[2] [3]
1. "Lost in Space" (Main mix) 5:23
2. "Lost in Space" (Itaal Shur's Full mix) 5:07
3. "Lost in Space" (Tuff Jam's Classic Garage Main mix) 6:41
4. "Lost in Space" (Lost Man Vocal mix)
(remix by A Man Called Adam)
7:41
# Title Length
UK CD single #2[4] [5]
1. "Lost in Space" (Main mix) 5:23
2. "High" (acoustic)
(Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
4:09
3. "Raincloud" (Cuca's Radio Edit) 3:49
4. "High" (Boris Dlugosch Big Club mix) 6:10

Music video[edit]

The "Lost in Space" music video was directed by Andrew Douglas and edited by Tim Thornton-Allan at Marshall Street Editors.[6] It opens with the band in Rio de Janeiro, with prominent images of the Christ the Redeemer statue; at the end, they return to England, where a long panning shot of the then-recently completed Angel of the North sculpture (which is also seen on the single cover) closes the video.

Charts[edit]

Chart (1998) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart 6
Eurochart Hot 100 39

Chart performance[edit]

After the release of "Lost in Space" in the UK, it reached to #6 in the UK Single Chart in June 1998 and stayed in the charts for 8 weeks.

In Europe, "Lost in Space" wasn't as successful as "High" and only reached to #39 in the Eurochart Hot 100 in July 1998. At that same week, "High" was ten places higher than "Lost in Space" at #29.

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