Vice (song)

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Single by Razorlight
from the album Up All Night
Released 13 September 2004
Format CD
Recorded ??
Genre Indie rock
Length 3:25
Label Mercury
Producer(s) ??
Razorlight singles chronology
"Golden Touch"
"Rip It Up" (re-release)

"Vice" is the fifth single released by English rock band Razorlight, taken from their debut album Up All Night. It followed "Golden Touch" into the UK Top 20. The lyrics feature the word "love" spelled out in letters, the outro repeating this several times. Near the end of the song, Johnny Borrell gave out his then mobile phone number, allowing fans to call or text him.

The B-side to one format of the single is a cover of Outkast's "Hey Ya!," recorded with the London Community Gospel Choir (who also appeared on Blur's hit "Tender").

Track listings[edit]

  • 7"
  1. Vice
  2. Golden Touch
  • CD1
  1. Vice (Full Length Radio Mix)
  2. Hey Ya! (Jo Whiley Session)
  • CD2
  1. Vice (Full Length Radio Mix)
  2. Believe In Me
  3. Anabelle Says