Weatherman (song)

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"Weatherman"
Juniper Weatherman Cover.jpg
Single by Juniper
B-side "Little Sister", "Rage"
Released 30 January 1998
Format CD
Genre Indie rock
Label Mercury Records
Juniper singles chronology
"Weatherman"
(1988)
"World Is Dead"
(1998)

"Weatherman" is the debut single by the Irish band Juniper, the precursor to Bell X1 and Damien Rice. It was released on 30 January 1998 and spent seven weeks in the Irish Singles Chart after entering on 5 February, breaking into the Top 10 and achieving a peak of ninth position.[1]

"Weatherman" was released on the Mercury Records label. It featured two B-sides, "Little Sister" and "Rage", the latter of which was recorded at Sulan Studios in Ballyvourney, County Cork and the former of which was recorded at Windmill Lane Studios in Dublin along with "Weatherman". It also featured as the sixth track in a ten-track compilation given away by Hot Press to promote the Heineken Green Energy festival that year.[2]

PolyGram signed a six-album deal with the band around this time.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  • CDS 469344/2
  1. "Weatherman" - (3:51)
  2. "Little Sister" - (3:25)
  3. "Rage" - (3:18)

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1998) Peak
position
Irish Singles Chart 9

References[edit]

  1. ^ Irish Charts placement (Insert ARTIST or SONG TITLE in capitals)
  2. ^ Juniper - Discography. Irish Music Central. Accessed 4 February 2009.
  3. ^ John Walshe. "Should We Talk About The Weather?". Hot Press. Retrieved January 8, 2010. 

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