Your Body Above Me

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Your Body Above Me
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Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 21, 1997
GenreAlternative rock
Length51:42 (original)
59:34 (re-release)
LabelGeffen Records;
ProducerDavid Bianco
Black Lab
Black Lab chronology
Your Body Above Me
I Feel Fine
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic3/5 stars[1]

Your Body Above Me is the debut album by the alternative rock band Black Lab. Released on Geffen Records on October 21, 1997, it featured two US radio hits, "Wash it Away" and "Time Ago." The album was also simultaneously released as a three-sided vinyl LP with a press of the album artwork on the fourth side.[2] It was released outside of America in January 1998.[2]

The band split with Geffen in 1999, and in October 2006, lead singer Paul Durham announced that the album would be re-released as Your Body Above Me: The Director's Cut, with an alternate track listing and two bonus tracks, as well as two minutes of additional music cut from the original tracks.

Original track listing[edit]

1."Wash it Away"Paul Durham4:14
2."She Loves Me"Paul Durham4:33
3."X-Ray"Paul Durham3:26
4."Time Ago"Paul Durham4:15
5."Can't Keep the Rain"Paul Durham4:15
6."Thin White Lie"Paul Durham4:38
7."Anything"Paul Durham5:41
8."Ten Million Years"Paul Durham4:14
9."All the Money in the World"4:11
10."Sleeps With Angels"Paul Durham4:04
11."Bring it On"Paul Durham3:50
12."Gates of the Country"Paul Durham4:27
Total length:51:42

Re-release track listing[edit]

1."Wash it Away"Paul Durham4:14
2."Can't Keep the Rain"Paul Durham4:15
3."Time Ago"Paul Durham4:15
4."Walk Slow"Paul Durham4:02
5."X-Ray"Paul Durham3:26
6."Ten Million Years"Paul Durham4:14
7."Anything"Paul Durham5:41
8."James"Paul Durham3:43
9."She Loves Me"Paul Durham4:33
10."Bring it On"Paul Durham3:50
11."Sleeps With Angels"Paul Durham4:04
12."Thin White Lie"Paul Durham4:38
13."The Big Machine"4:11
14."Gates of the Country"Paul Durham4:27
Total length:59:34


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ a b Reece, Doug. "Geffen Act Black Lab Ready to Rock". Billboard Magazine 109:38 (September 20, 1997), pp. 18, 21.