Move Your Car
|"Move Your Car"|
|Single by Millencolin|
|from the album Life on a Plate|
|B-side||"Entrance at Rudebrook"
"An Elf and His Zippo"
|Released||October 26, 1996|
|Recorded||January 1996 at Unisound in Örebro, Sweden|
|Songwriter(s)||Mathias Färm, Fredrik Larzon, Erik Ohlsson, Nikola Sarcevic|
|Millencolin singles chronology|
"Move Your Car" is a song by the Swedish punk rock band Millencolin from the album Life on a Plate. It was released as a single on October 26, 1996 by Burning Heart Records, including two b-sides from the album's recording sessions, "Entrance at Rudebrook" and "An Elf and His Zippo". These two tracks were re-released, the former in 1997 on the band's next recording For Monkeys, the latter in 1999 on the compilation album The Melancholy Collection. An accompanying music video for "Move Your Car" was filmed and included in Millencolin and the Hi-8 Adventures. A Creature from the Black Lagoon pinball game inspired the song's title and the cover art.
- "Move Your Car"
- "Entrance at Rudebrook"
- "An Elf and His Zippo"
- Nikola Sarcevic - lead vocals, bass guitar
- Erik Ohlsson - guitar
- Mathias Färm - guitar
- Fredrik Larzon - drums
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