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Low (Cracker song)

"Low"
Kerosene Hat
Released April 12, 1994
Genre Alternative rock[1][2]
Length 4:36
Label Virgin
Writer(s) Cracker
Producer Don Smith, Cracker
Cracker singles chronology

"Teen Angst (What the World Needs Now)"
(1992)
"Low"
(1993)
"Euro-Trash Girl"
(1994)

"Low" is a song by American alternative rock band Cracker. It appears on their 1993 album Kerosene Hat.[3]

A number 64 hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart in May 1994, its biggest success was on the rock charts, where the song reached number three on the Modern Rock Tracks chart in November 1993 and number five on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart in March 1994. The music video portrayed lead singer David Lowery badly losing a boxing match with actress/comedienne Sandra Bernhard.

In 2012, the song was featured in the film The Perks of Being a Wallflower and its accompanying soundtrack.[4]

Track listing

UK CD single
  1. "Low" – 4:36
  2. "I Ride My Bike" – 6:32
  3. "Sunday Train" – 3:42
  4. "Whole Lotta Trouble" – 2:26
US CD single
  1. "Low" - 4:35
  2. "Sunday Train" - 3:42
  3. "Whole Lotta Trouble" - 2:26
  4. "I See The Light" - 5:13
  5. "Steve's Hornpipe" - 2:13

Chart positions

Chart (1993-1994) Peak
Position
U.S. Billboard Hot 100[5] 64
U.S. Billboard Modern Rock Tracks[5] 3
U.S. Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks[5] 5
UK Singles Chart[6] 43

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