|Single by Muse|
|from the album Showbiz|
|Released||14 June 1999|
|Recorded||April 1999RAK Studios, London, Englandat|
|Length||3:38 (album version)
3:00 (radio edit)
|Muse singles chronology|
|German Enhanced CD cover|
|French CD cover|
|Showbiz track listing|
Background and composition
Three music videos were produced for "Uno". The first was recorded on Tower Bridge and depicts the band members standing still amongst moving masses of people, with clips from a live soundcheck intercut. This video has been condemned by the band, who have described it as "shameful" and "embarrassing".
The second video—directed by Wolf Gresens and Bernard Wedig—shows the band playing in a room while a woman navigates through a series of corridors in an attempt to find them. She reaches a door behind which Matthew Bellamy appears to stand, though upon opening it she finds a large pit, which she manages to avoid falling into. The video ends with the woman staring at a door numbered '1', which appears to be the same as the one she started at.
The third promotional video for "Uno" is made up completely of live performances.
"Uno" was issued on 7" vinyl (backed with "Agitated") and partially transparent CD (with the B-sides "Jimmy Kane" and "Forced In"). Also, an acoustic version of the song was released on standard 7" vinyl.
All songs written and composed by Matthew Bellamy.
- 7" vinyl
- "Uno" (alternative version) – 3:44
- "Agitated" – 2:19
- "Uno" – 3:38
- "Jimmy Kane" – 3:29
- "Forced In" – 5:11
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