60 Miles An Hour

"60 Miles an Hour"
B-side "Sabotage"
Released 19 November 2001
Format CD, 12"
Recorded 2001
Genre Alternative rock
Length 4:34 (Album version)
3:50 (Single version)
Label London
Writer(s) New Order
Producer Steve Osborne, David Kahne
New Order singles chronology

"Crystal"
(2001)
"60 Miles an Hour"
(2001)
"Someone Like You"
(2002)

"60 Miles an Hour" is a song by the English rock band New Order, released as the second single from their seventh album Get Ready. It entered the UK charts at number 29.

Track listing

All songs written and composed by Gillian Gilbert, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris and Bernard Sumner; except where indicated. 
CD #1: NUOCD09 (UK & Europe)
No. Title Length
1. "60 Miles an Hour (Radio Edit)"   3:50
2. "Sabotage"   4:50
3. "Someone Like You (Funk D'Void Remix)"   9:56
CD #2: NUCDP09 (UK & Europe)
No. Title Length
1. "60 Miles an Hour (Supermen Lovers Remix)"   4:56
2. "Someone Like You (James Holden Heavy Dub)"   6:56
3. "Someone Like You (Futureshock Vocal Remix)"   8:05
CD: 0927434532 (Australia) - Tour EP
No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "60 Miles An Hour (Radio Edit)"    3:50
2. "60 Miles an Hour (Supermen Lovers Remix)"    4:56
3. "Someone Like You (Funk D'Void Remix)"    8:07
4. "Sabotage"    4:50
5. "True Faith" (Reading Festival 30/08/98)Gilbert, Stephen Hague, Hook, Morris, Sumner 5:40
6. "Temptation" (Reading Festival 30/08/98)  7:27
DVD: NUDVD09 (UK)
No. Title Length
1. "60 Miles an Hour (Radio Edit)" (Audio) 3:50
2. "Sabotage" (Audio) 4:50
3. "60 Miles an Hour" (Video) 3:59

Chart positions

Chart (2001) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart[1] 29
Australia ARIA Singles Chart 37

References

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