Traffic (Stereophonics song)
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|Single by Stereophonics|
|from the album Word Gets Around|
|B-side||"Tie Me Up Tie Me Down"|
|Released||October 27, 1997|
|Recorded||early 1993 and 1997|
|Length||4:54 (album version)
4:25 (radio edit)
|Producer(s)||Steve Bush & Marshall Bird AKA: Bird & Bush|
|Stereophonics singles chronology|
This article is about the Stereophonics song. For the song by Tiësto, see Traffic (Tiësto song).
- "Traffic" (radio edit) – 4:25
- "Tie Me Up Tie Me Down" – 2:15
- "Chris Chambers" – 3:41
- "Traffic" (album version) – 4:53
CD 2 Live Festival EP
- "More Life in a Tramp's Vest"
- "A Thousand Trees"
- "Local Boy in the Photograph"
- All tracks recorded live at Belfort France
- "Tie Me Up Tie Me Down"
- Same track listing for cassette single.
Other versions of the song
- A live version was on the band's first live album, Live from Dakota.
- Another live version was included on the "The Bartender and the Thief" single.
- The song is also performed on the Live at Cardiff Castle and Live at Morfa Stadium. The video can be found on the Call Us What You Want But Don't Call Us in the Morning DVD.
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