Tiny Meat

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"Tiny Meat"
Ruby Tiny Meat Single Cover.jpg
Single by Ruby
from the album Salt Peter
Released 1995 (U.S.)
Format Compact Disc, 12" vinyl
Recorded 1994 - 1995
Genre Trip hop
Industrial
Length 4:03
Label WORK/Creation
Songwriter(s) Lesley Rankine, Mark Walk
Producer(s) Lesley Rankine, Mark Walk
Ruby singles chronology
"Paraffin"
(1995)
"Tiny Meat"
(1995)
"Hoops"
(1996)
"Paraffin"
(1995)
"Tiny Meat"
(1995)
"Hoops"
(1996)

"Tiny Meat" is the second single from the debut album Salt Peter by the trip hop/Industrial band Ruby. It is the band's best known song, and was released in 1995 in the United States by the WORK/Creation labels.[1] "Tiny Meat" is the only single from Ruby that has charted in the U.S., reaching #22 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks in the spring of 1996. The single also charted in the United Kingdom, reaching #96.

Track listing[edit]

The CD single came in two parts, each with three tracks on them:

  • part one
  1. "Tiny Meat" (album version) (4:03) -Rankine, Walk
  2. "Tiny Meat" (Danny Saber Mix) (5:06) -Rankine, Walk
  3. "Heidi" (Scream Team Remix) (7:48) -Rankine, Walk
total length: (16:57)
  • part two
  1. "Tiny Meat" (meat for the feet mix) (6:24) -Rankine, Walk
  2. "Tiny Meat" (Mark Walk mix) (4:28) -Rankine, Walk
  3. "Scunner" (4:02) -Rankine, Walk
total length: (14:54)

Chart performance[edit]

Singles[edit]

Date Name Chart Country Peak Position
February 24, 1996 "Tiny Meat" UK Singles United Kingdom #96[2]
May, 1996 "Tiny Meat" Billboard Modern Rock Tracks USA #22[3]

Production & personnel[edit]

part one:

track one Produced by Mark Walk & Lesley Rankine, and mixed by Walk.

track two Produced by Walk & Rankine. Remixed by Danny Saber, engineering & livestock mutilation by John X.

track three Produced by Walk & Rankine. Remix produced by The Scream Team for Worldwide Scream Team Productions, Engineered & mixed by Tim Holmes.

Artwork for the CD single by Rankine, photographs by Matthew Donaldson, and layout by Toby Egelnick.

part two:

track one Produced by Walk & Rankine.

track two Produced by Walk & Rankine.

track three Produced by Walk & Rankine.

Music video[edit]

As with all of Ruby's singles, this track had a promotional video made for it.

References[edit]

  1. ^ ""Tiny Meat (CD1)"". www.rateyourmusic.com. Retrieved 2008-04-10. 
  2. ^ ""UK singles chart history - Ruby"". http://www.zobbel.de/. Retrieved 2008-04-26.  External link in |publisher= (help)
  3. ^ ""Artist Chart History - Ruby - Singles"". www.billboard.com. Retrieved 2008-03-24. 

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