Slowly, Slowly

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"Slowly, Slowly"
An extreme closeup of the right eye and forehead of a woman is tinted dark green with the words "magnapop" and "slowly, slowly" written in orange at the extreme top and middle of the cover respectively.
The cover to the commercial release of the single is green and the promotional release is red with a close-up on the eyes
Single by Magnapop
from the album Hot Boxing
A-side"Slowly, Slowly"
B-side"Song #1"
"Here It Comes" (Niceley Version)
Released1994 (1994)
FormatCompact Disc, 12"
RecordedAugust 1993, Pedernales Recording Studio, Austin, Texas, United States and Bosstown Studios, Atlanta, Georgia, United States (mixing)
GenrePop punk
LabelPlay It Again Sam
Songwriter(s)Linda Hopper, Ruthie Morris
Producer(s)Bob Mould, Ted Niceley
Magnapop singles chronology
"Slowly, Slowly"
"Lay It Down"
Audio sample
The chorus of "Slowly, Slowly" is emblematic of Magnapop's combination of aggressive guitar mixed with pop-influenced harmony vocals.

"Slowly, Slowly" is a 1994 single by Magnapop from the album Hot Boxing, released by Play It Again Sam Records on CD (catalogue number 450.0257.22 - BIAS 257 CD) and 12" gramophone record (450.0257.30 - BIAS 257), as well as a limited-edition white vinyl version (450.0257.38 - BIAS 257 X.) A promo CD edition was released by Priority Records as DPRO 50804. A recording of the song is also featured on the live album Magnapop Live at Maxwell's 03/09/2005. A music video was created for the song in 1994 and it was featured on the 1995 soundtrack to the film Mad Love.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Linda Hopper and Ruthie Morris, except where noted

  1. "Slowly, Slowly" – 3:35
  2. "Song #1" (Ian MacKaye) – 2:21
  3. "Here It Comes" (Niceley Version) – 2:40
  4. "Puff" – 3:16


Technical staff

Sales chart performance[edit]

The single spent seven weeks on the charts, peaking on September 10, 1994, at 25.[1]

Chart (1994) Peak position
US Modern Rock Tracks 25[2]


  1. ^ Whitburn, Joel (January 1, 1996). Rock Tracks (paperback). Record Research Inc. p. 204. ISBN 0-89820-114-4.
  2. ^ "Magnapop > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles". Allmusic. Retrieved 2009-06-16.

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