The Globe (song)
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|Single by Big Audio Dynamite II|
|from the album The Globe|
|Released||December 12, 1991|
|Length||3:50 (single edit)|
6:04 (album version)
|Songwriter(s)||Mick Jones, Gary Stonadge|
|Big Audio Dynamite II singles chronology|
"The Globe" is a 1991 song by Alternative dance group Big Audio Dynamite II. It was released as a single in the United States and is taken from their album The Globe. It samples the 1981 song, "Should I Stay or Should I Go", which was written by Big Audio Dynamite II singer Mick Jones during his tenure with The Clash, and Lionel Richie's 1983 single, "All Night Long (All Night)".
- "The Globe" (Single Edit) - 3:50
- "The Globe" (Single Remix Edit) - 4:05 *
- "The Globe" (12" Mix) - 7:42 *
- "The Globe" (Dub Version) - 5:43 *
- "The Globe" (By The Orb) - 9:22 **
- "The Globe" (Instrumental) - 4:54 ***
- * Remix by Danny Rampling, Engineer: Marcus Draws, Programmer: Andy Whitmore, Percussion: Joe Beckett.
- ** Remix and additional production by The Orb.
- *** Mixed by Mick Jones and Andre Shapps.
|US Billboard Hot 100||72|
|US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play||28|
|US Billboard Modern Rock Tracks||3|
- Mick Jones - Vocals
- Nick Hawkins - Guitars
- Gary Stonadge - Bass
- Chris Kavanagh - Drums
- Gobblebox - vocals
- Sipho the Human Beatbox - beatbox
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