Stuck (Stacie Orrico song)

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"Stuck"
Stacie Orrico - Stuck album cover.jpg
Single by Stacie Orrico
from the album Stacie Orrico
B-side"Bounce Back", "Until I Find You", "Stuck" (remix)
ReleasedMarch 6, 2003
Format
RecordedSeptember 2002
Studio
  • O'Henry Studios, Burbank, California
  • Hit Factory Studios, New York
Length3:49
Label
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
Stacie Orrico singles chronology
"Everything"
(2001)
"Stuck"
(2003)
"(There's Gotta Be) More to Life"
(2003)

"Stuck" is a song by Stacie Orrico, released in 2003. It can be found on her self-titled second album. It was used in the Disney Channel Original Movie Stuck in the Suburbs. It was the official theme song of the 2004 Copa América tournament.

"Stuck" was the first taste of chart success in the mainstream that Orrico received and worldwide. The single peaked at No. 52 in the US while in the likes of Australia and New Zealand, the single peaked in the top 3 and in the UK the single bucked chart trends at the time by climbing inside the top 10 in its second week, peaking at No. 9. In Japan it peaked at No. 1 on some radio stations' airplay charts.[citation needed]

The music video was directed by Diane Martel. The video shows her on and off relationship with her boyfriend during high school. The boyfriend was played by her cousin, actor Trevor Wright.

Music video[edit]

The music video was filmed in early 2003 and was directed by Diane Martel. The video stars Orrico's cousin, actor Trevor Wright.[citation needed]

The video begins with Orrico's alarm clock waking her up and after she turns it off, she looks at a framed picture of her and her boyfriend (Trevor Wright), frowns at it and turns it over, letting it drop behind the nightstand as she puts her head back on her pillow. She gets out of her bed and walks to her mirror which is covered with pictures of her boyfriend, she then writes the word "stuck" in red lipstick on the mirror. She then gets on a school bus and sits in her seat, clearly in a bad mood. She then notices that her boyfriend is on the bus driving by and he waves to her and is blowing kisses to her. Orrico slides down her seat, using a notebook to block her view of him. Later, she stands in front of a chain-link fence and watches him play basketball with his friends. Another scene shows Orrico getting ready for a school dance, but when she arrives, she sees her boyfriend dancing with another girl and then leaves, just as her boyfriend notices her. When she gets off the bus, she quickly walks over to her boyfriend. Just as they approach each other, she walks away from him.

Track listings[edit]

US CD single

  1. "Stuck" (album version) – 3:42
  2. "Stuck" (rhythmic mix) – 3:46
  3. "Stuck" (Thunderpuss radio version) – 3:04
  4. "More To Life" (snippet) – 0:57
  5. "I Promise" (snippet) – 0:58

UK CD single

  1. "Stuck" (album version) – 3:42
  2. "Stuck" (Barry Harris & Chris Cox club remix) – 8:25
  3. "Until I Find You" – 3:01
  4. "Stuck" (video)

European CD single

  1. "Stuck" (album version) – 3:42
  2. "Bounce Back" – 3:01

US CD Maxi

  1. "Stuck" (album version) – 3:42
  2. "Stuck" (rhythmic mix) – 3:46
  3. "Stuck" (Thunderpuss radio version) – 3:04
  4. "More To Life" (snippet) – 0:57
  5. "I Promise" (snippet) – 0:58
  6. "Stuck" (video) – 3:55

12-inch maxi

  1. "Stuck" (Barry Harris & Chris Cox club remix) – 8:25
  2. "Stuck" (Barry Harris & Chris Cox radio remix) – 3:05
  3. "Stuck" (Barry Harris & Chris Cox dub) – 10:05
  4. "Stuck" (rhythmic mix) – 3:45

Official versions[edit]

  • Main Version
  • Thunderpuss Club Mix
  • Thunderpuss Radio Mix
  • Thunderdub
  • Rhythmic Mix

Charts[edit]

Release history[edit]

Country Release date Format Label
Australia March 24, 2003 CD single Virgin Records

References[edit]

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