Sorry You're Not a Winner/OK Time for Plan B
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|"Sorry, You're Not a Winner/OK Time for Plan B"|
|Single by Enter Shikari|
|from the album Take to the Skies|
|B-side||"The Feast" (Demo)|
|Released||29 October 2006|
|Format||CD, 7", download|
|Genre||Metalcore, post-hardcore, electronicore|
|Songwriter(s)||(both songs) Chris Batten, Rou Reynolds, Rob Rolfe, Rory Clewlow|
|Enter Shikari singles chronology|
"Sorry You're Not a Winner" / "OK Time for Plan B" is the first physical single by Enter Shikari and second overall. It was released in 2006. It is available from their online store and from iTunes. The physical release was available on CD and 7" vinyl.
Both "Sorry You're Not a Winner" and "OK Time for Plan B" were included on Enter Shikari's debut album, Take to the Skies and given commas in their titles ("Sorry, You're Not a Winner", "OK, Time for Plan B"). "Sorry You're Not a Winner" was nominated for the Kerrang! Award for Best Single.
|1.||"Sorry You're Not a Winner"||4:00|
|2.||"OK Time for Plan B"||5:05|
|3.||"The Feast" (demo)||2:51|
- Roughton "Rou" Reynolds (vocals, electronics)
- Liam "Rory" Clewlow (guitar)
- Chris Batten (bass, vocals)
- Rob Rolfe (drums)
The song is played in Drop C# tuning (D# A# F# C# G# C#), and is also tabbed out by Liam Clewlow on ultimate-guitar.com
The video for Sorry You're Not A Winner shows the band performing in Chris' parents' front room with the band, several of their fans dancing and miming the lyrics. In particular, a man in a green shirt is seen "moshing" with the crowd. He is seen throughout the video miming the lyrics of the song as well as dancing along with the rest of the crowd. An unofficial video for OK Time for Plan B can be seen on vocalist/electronicist Rou Reynolds YouTube page, and features the band performing in an empty room with several fans dancing and moshing while the band perform the song on early learning toy instruments.
|UK Singles Chart||114|
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