Where Do We Go from Here (Filter song)
|"Where Do We Go from Here"|
|Single by Filter|
|from the album The Amalgamut|
|Released||June 22, 2002|
|Format||CD5", CD-Maxi, 12"|
|Genre||Alternative rock, post-grunge|
|Length||5:34 (Album version)
4:06 (Single version)
|Songwriter(s)||Richard Patrick, Geno Lenardo|
|Filter singles chronology|
"Where Do We Go from Here" is a song by American industrial rock band Filter for their third studio album, The Amalgamut. The song was released as the album's first single in 2002. "Where Do We Go from Here" failed to match the success of their earlier hit single, 2000's "Take a Picture" on the Billboard Hot 100. However, it managed to come close to the top ten of the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks and Hot Modern Rock Tracks charts at number 12 and number 11, respectively. A popular remix of this song was made by The X-Ecutioners which gained extensive club play.
A music video was also produced for the song. It received moderate airplay upon release.
Like many of the band's singles, the single version of "Where Do We Go From Here" (the one used for radio and the music video) is much shorter than the album version. The album version extends the pre-choruses and bridge mostly.
|UK Singles (The Official Charts Company)||80|
|US Billboard Hot 100||94|
|US Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks||12|
|US Billboard Hot Modern Rock Tracks||11|
- "Artist Chart History". Billboard. Retrieved 2008-05-07.
- "Australian-charts.com – Filter – Where Do We Go From Here". ARIA Top 50 Singles.
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