Weak (Skunk Anansie song)

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Single by Skunk Anansie
from the album Paranoid & Sunburnt
B-side "Tour Hymn"
Released January 1996
Format CD, Cassette, Vinyl Record
Genre Alternative rock
Length 3:33
Label One Little Indian (UK)
Writer(s) Skin, C. Lewis, Ace and R. France
Producer(s) Sylvia Massy, Skunk Anansie
Skunk Anansie singles chronology
"All I Want"

"Weak" is a song by Skunk Anansie, released as their fourth single. It was the last release to be taken from their debut album Paranoid & Sunburnt. The song is one of Skunk Anansie's well known releases, and often a favourite at festivals. Skin performs a slower, more ballad-like version at many of her solo gigs. The song has also been covered by Rod Stewart on his 1998 album "When We Were the New Boys".

Music video[edit]

The music video was directed by duo Hammer & Tongs. It is filmed primarily (with cutaways to third party views) from the point of view of a collapsed cameraman in what appears to be an airport hangar. The cameraman collapses behind a car which then drives off to show the lead singer and the band forming to perform for the offset camera. The recording is interrupted by a little boy who, after being pulled out of the way of the camera abruptly, decides to run off with it and the band gives chase after him.


CD single - CD1[edit]

# Title Length
1. "Weak" 3:33
2. "Selling Jesus" 3:44
3. "Tour Hymn" 3:18

CD single - CD2[edit]

# Title Length
1. "Weak (Ackee And Saltfish Mix)" 3:56
2. "Charity (Clit Pop Mix)" 4:34
3. "100 Ways To Be A Good Girl (Anti Matter Mix)" 4:32
4. "Rise Up (Bonhamoon Mix)" 5:00

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