Painkiller (Freestylers song)

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"Painkiller"
FreestylersPainkiller.jpeg
Single by Freestylers featuring Pendulum and SirReal
from the album Adventures in Freestyle
B-side Jump 'N' Twist
Released August 28, 2006 (2006-08-28) (UK)
Format 12", CD
Genre Drum & bass, electronic rock
Length 5:32 (original version)
3:46 (radio edit)
Label Against the Grain
Songwriter(s) Matt Cantor, Aston Harvey, Rob Swire, Marcel Atteen
Producer(s) Freestylers, Pendulum
Alternative Cover
"Painkiller" remixes 12" cover
"Painkiller" remixes 12" cover
Freestylers singles chronology
"Boom Blast"
(2005)
"Painkiller"
(2006)
"In Love With You"
(2006)
Pendulum singles chronology
"Hold Your Colour" / "Streamline"
(2006)
"Painkiller"
(2006)
"Blood Sugar" / "Axle Grinder"
(2007)

"Painkiller" is a 2006 single by Freestylers featuring Pendulum and SirReal. It was released to promote the release of Freestylers' album Adventures in Freestyle. Pendulum had previously collaborated with Freestylers for the track "Fasten Your Seatbelt", which was released as a single and appeared on the former's 2005 album, Hold Your Colour. The single was released on 12" vinyl and on CD, with a second remix single being released on 12" vinyl.

Track listing[edit]

  • 12" single[1] (ATG019)
    • A. "Painkiller" – 5:32
    • B. "Jump N Twist" – 5:55
  • 12" remix single[2] (ATG019R)
    • A. "Painkiller" (Noisia remix) – 6:04
    • B. "Painkiller" (Ed Solo & Skool of Thought remix) – 5:58
  • CD single[3][4] (ish-Media and Against the Grain versions)
    1. "Painkiller" (radio edit) – 3:46
    2. "Painkiller" – 5:32
    3. "Painkiller" (Ed Solo & Skool of Thought remix) – 5:58
    4. "Painkiller" (Noisia remix) – 6:04
    5. "Jump N Twist" – 5:55

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Painkiller" (12"). Discogs. Retrieved 16 July 2008.
  2. ^ "Painkiller (Remixes)" (12", Single). Discogs. Retrieved 16 July 2008.
  3. ^ "Painkiller" (CDr, Maxi, Promo). Discogs. Retrieved 16 July 2008.
  4. ^ "Painkiller" (CDr, Maxi, Promo). Discogs. Retrieved 16 July 2008.

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