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Rain King (Counting Crows song)

For the Sonic Youth song, see Daydream Nation.

"Rain King"
August and Everything After
Released 1995
Format CD single
Genre Rock
Length 4:16
Label Geffen
Writer(s) Adam Duritz, David Bryson
Producer T-Bone Burnett
Counting Crows singles chronology

"Einstein on the Beach (For an Eggman)"
(1994)
"Rain King"
(1995)
"A Murder of One"
(1995)

"Rain King" is a single by the rock band Counting Crows. It was released as the band's fourth single (and third single of their debut album). The title is a reference to Saul Bellow's Henderson the Rain King. The song is featured in season 2 of the sitcom "Scrubs," in the episode titled "My First Step." It is also featured in season 1 episode 9 of One Tree Hill in which Brooke and Lucas have their first date.

Track listing

  1. "Rain King" - 4:16
  2. "Anna Begins" (BBC Radio 1 Session 6 Apr 1994) - 5:30
  3. "Round Here" (BBC Radio 1 Session 6 Apr 1994) - 6:14

Charts

Chart (1994-1995) Peak
Position
Canadian RPM Singles Chart 18
UK Singles Chart 49
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 Airplay 66
U.S. Billboard Top 40 Mainstream 31
U.S. Billboard Modern Rock Tracks 3

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