Shipwrecked (Genesis song)

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Single by Genesis
from the album Calling All Stations
B-side "Phret"
"No Son of Mine"
"Lover's Leap"
"Turn It On Again"
Released 1 December 1997
Format CD, 7" vinyl, 12-inch vinyl
Recorded The Farm, Surrey
Genre Alternative rock
Length 4:23
Label Atlantic (US & Canada)
Virgin Records (rest of the world)
Writer(s) Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford
Producer(s) Genesis, Nick Davis
Genesis singles chronology
"Not About Us"
Calling All Stations track listing
"Alien Afternoon"

"Shipwrecked" is a song by British band Genesis, appearing on their 1997 album Calling All Stations. It was a minor hit, reaching No.54 in the UK[1] and No.82 in Germany.[2]

The song is classified as a break-up song. The song sings about someone who has recently broken up with his significant other, and now feels "shipwrecked", hopeless, and alone.

Some single versions featured acoustic versions of "No Son of Mine", "Lover's Leap", and "Turn It On Again" as B-sides.

Track listings[edit]

CD single, part 1[edit]

Virgin / gendx14

No. Title Length
1. "Shipwrecked" 4:26
2. "No Son of Mine" (Acoustic Version) 3:21
3. "Lover's Leap (From Supper's Ready)" (Acoustic Version) 2:20
4. "Turn It On Again" (Acoustic Version) 2:33

CD single, part 2[edit]

Virgin / gensd14

No. Title Length
1. "Shipwrecked" 4:26
2. "Phret" (Non-Album Track – Instrumental) 4:05
3. "7/8" (Non-Album Track – Instrumental) 5:08



  1. ^ Genesis UK chart history, The Official Charts. Retrieved 9 November 2011.
  2. ^ "Chartverfolgung / Genesis / Single". Music Line (in German). Germany: Media Control Charts. Retrieved 9 November 2011. 

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