So Here We Are/Positive Tension

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"So Here We Are/Positive Tension"
Single by Bloc Party
from the album Silent Alarm
Released31 January 2005
FormatCD single, 7"
GenreIndie rock
Bloc Party singles chronology
"So Here We Are/Positive Tension"
Silent Alarm track listing
  1. "Like Eating Glass"
  2. "Helicopter"
  3. "Positive Tension"
  4. "Banquet"
  5. "Blue Light"
  6. "She's Hearing Voices"
  7. "This Modern Love"
  8. "Pioneers"
  9. "Price of Gas"
  10. "So Here We Are"
  11. "Luno"
  12. "Plans"
  13. "Compliments"

"So Here We Are"/"Positive Tension" is a double A-side single by Bloc Party from their debut album Silent Alarm. It was released in the United Kingdom by Wichita Recordings and peaked at number five on the UK Singles Chart, their second highest-charting single to date, behind 2007's "The Prayer". It also reached number 31 in Ireland.

Track listing[edit]

CD, titled "So Here We Are"/"Positive Tension": WEBB076SCD (UK)

  1. "So Here We Are"
  2. "Positive Tension"
  3. "Helicopter" (Sheriff Whitey Mix)

7" vinyl, titled "So Here We Are"/"The Marshals Are Dead": WEBB076S (UK)

  1. "So Here We Are"
  2. "The Marshals Are Dead"

DVD, titled "So Here We Are": WEBB076DVD (UK)

  1. "So Here We Are" (audio)
  2. "The Marshals Are Dead" (audio)
  3. "So Here We Are" (video)
  4. "Tulips" (video)

12" remix vinyl, titled "Positive Tension"/"Price Of Gasoline": Published on Dim Mak (US)

The US vinyl editions of "Silent Alarm" included a bonus 12" vinyl disc titled "Positive Tension"/"Price Of Gasoline". It contained remixes of "Positive Tension" and "Price Of Gasoline". The Blackbox remix of "Positive Tension" and the Automato remix of "Price Of Gasoline" would later be included on the remix album "Silent Alarm Remixed".

  1. "Positive Tension" (Blackbox Remix)
  2. "Positive Tension" (Johnny Whitney Remix)
  3. "Price Of Gasoline" (Automato Remix)
  4. "Price Of Gasoline" (Jus Ske Remix)


Chart (2005) Peak
Ireland (IRMA)[1] 31
Scotland (Official Charts Company)[2] 5
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[3] 5
UK Indie (Official Charts Company)[4] 1


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