Up All Night (Slaughter song)

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"Up All Night"
Single by Slaughter
from the album Stick It to Ya
ReleasedApril 17, 1990
Recorded1989
GenreGlam metal[1][2][3]
Length3:46 (single version) 4:16 (album version)
LabelChrysalis
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
Slaughter singles chronology
"Up All Night"
(1990)
"Fly to the Angels"
(1990)

"Up All Night" is a song by American glam metal band Slaughter. Written by band members Mark Slaughter and Dana Strum, it was the third title on the band's debut album, Stick It to Ya, and the band's first single. It was released in 1990.

Music video[edit]

The music video was directed by Michael Bay,[4] and was placed on New York Times list of the 15 Essential Hair-Metal Videos.[5]


Track listing[edit]

7" single
Side A
No.TitleLength
1."Up All Night" (radio edit)3:46
Side B
No.TitleLength
1."Eye to Eye"3:57
CD single
No.TitleLength
1."Up All Night" (radio edit)3:48
2."Up All Night" (album version)4:16
Maxi single
No.TitleLength
1."Up All Night" 
2."Eye to Eye" 
3."Stick It to Ya Medley" (medley of "Mad About You," "Burnin' Bridges," and "Fly to the Angels") 

Personnel[edit]

Charts[edit]

Chart (1990) Peak
position
UK Singles (OCC)[6] 62
US Billboard Hot 100[7] 27
US Album Rock Tracks (Billboard)[8] 21

References[edit]

  1. ^ Matt, Metal (2014-02-21). "Achy-Breaky Too: Five Hair Metal Jams Destined For Rap Redux". MetalSucks. Retrieved 2021-03-14.
  2. ^ VH1 Classic Presents: Metal Mania - Stripped, Vol. 3 - Various Artists | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic, retrieved 2021-04-02
  3. ^ Let It Rock 1990 - Various Artists | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic, retrieved 2021-04-06
  4. ^ "Site Maintenance". IMVDb.
  5. ^ Edwards, Gavin (2020-05-05). "15 Essential Hair-Metal Videos". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2021-03-15.
  6. ^ "Official Singles Chart Top 100". Official Charts Company. Retrieved October 8, 2020.
  7. ^ "The Hot 100 : June 23, 1990 | Billboard Chart Archive". Billboard.com. 1990-06-23. Retrieved 2020-10-08.
  8. ^ "Billboard Album Rock Tracks - April 28, 1990" (PDF). Billboard. Billboard. April 28, 1990. p. 16. Retrieved October 8, 2020.

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