Pick a Part That's New

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"Pick a Part That's New"
Single by Stereophonics
from the album Performance and Cocktails
B-side "Nice To Be Out" (Demo)
Released May 23, 1999
Format CD single, 7" single, MC
Recorded 1998
Genre Rock
Length 3:33
Label V2
Writer(s) Kelly Jones
Producer(s) Steve Bush & Marshall Bird AKA: Bird & Bush
Stereophonics singles chronology
"Just Looking"
"Pick a Part That's New"
"I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio"
Music video
"Pick a Part That's New" on YouTube

"Pick a Part That's New" is a song by Welsh rock band Stereophonics. It was released on 25 May 1999 as the third single from their second studio album Performance and Cocktails (1999). It reached number four in the UK Singles Chart.[1][2]

An acoustic version is found on CD2 of the "Pick a Part That's New" singles.[citation needed] A live version from Morfa Stadium is available on CD2 of the I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio singles.[citation needed] The song also features as a soundtrack for the film Antitrust, when Milo Hoffman is recruited and brought to meet Garry Winston.[citation needed]

Music video[edit]

The music video features the band parodying the 1969 film The Italian Job and performing in a bus which is on a cliff edge.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

CD: V2 / VVR5006773 (UK)[edit]

  1. "Pick a Part That's New" - 3:36
  2. "Nice to Be Out (demo)" - 2:44
  3. "Positively 4th Street" (Bob Dylan) - 3:50
  4. "Pick a Part That's New (video)"

CD: V2 / VVR5006778 (UK)[edit]

  1. "Pick a Part That's New (acoustic)" - 3:56
  2. "In My Day" - 2:16
  3. "Something in the Way" (Kurt Cobain) - 3:44
  • includes 3 art prints


Chart (1999) Peak
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[3] 4


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