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Electric Trains (song)

"Electric Trains"
Ridiculous
Released 30 October 1995 (UK)
Format 5" CD, cassette
Recorded ?
Genre Rock
Length 4:04
Label A&M
Writer(s) Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford
Producer Squeeze & Peter Smith
Squeeze singles chronology

"This Summer"
(1995)
"Electric Trains"
(1995)
"Heaven Knows"
(1996)

"Electric Trains" is a song by Squeeze, released as their second single from their eleventh album, Ridiculous. It peaked at number 44 in the UK Singles Chart.

Two versions of the single were released, each with entirely different B-sides.

Track listing

CD #1

  1. "Electric Trains" (4:04)
  2. "Some Fantastic Place" (4:29)
  3. "It's Over" (3:45)
  4. "Hourglass" (3:16)

CD #2

  1. "Electric Trains" (4:04)
  2. "Crackerjack" (3:15)
  3. "Fighting for Peace" (3:15)
  4. "Cold Shoulder (live)" (5:37)

External links

  • Squeeze discography at Squeezenet


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