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Rush (BAD song)

"Rush"
Single by Big Audio Dynamite
from the album The Globe
Released June 1991
Recorded 1990/1991
Genre Alternative rock
Alternative dance
Length 4:17
Label Columbia
656667-2 / 657640 2
Writer(s) Mick Jones
Producer(s) Mick Jones
Andre Shapps
Big Audio Dynamite singles chronology
"Free"
(1990)
"Rush"
(1991)
"The Globe"
(1991)

"Rush" is a song by Big Audio Dynamite II from their album The Globe. It was a number-one hit on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart for four weeks in 1991, as well as topping the Australian and New Zealand singles charts.

In the UK, "Rush" was originally released as the B-side to the 1991 re-release of The Clash's "Should I Stay or Should I Go". The A-side was immensely popular due to its inclusion in a Levi Strauss & Co. advert. This single reached number one on the UK Singles Chart. The sleeve art for the 7" and CD singles displayed the Clash on the front, and BAD II on the rear. The record label displays "Should I Stay or Should I Go" as side 'A', and "Rush" as side 'AA' making it effectively a 'Double A-side' release.

A longer version of Rush, entitled Change of Atmosphere, had previously appeared on the group's 1990 album Kool-Aid, to little notice.

"Rush" was subsequently released as a standalone Big Audio Dynamite II single (as illustrated).[1]

The "New York City Club Version" remix of "Rush" was featured in the 1993 Mike Myers' film So I Married an Axe Murderer.

The song samples several other songs including the Deep Purple song "Child in Time", a drum break from Tommy Roe's "Sweet Pea", drums and guitars from a break from Pigmeat Markham's "Here Comes the Judge", a line from The Sugarhill Gang's song "Rapper's Delight" where Big Bank Hank raps "a time to laugh, a time to cry", and a vocal sample from Peter Sellers featuring Fred Flange's song "You Keep Me Swingin'" featuring Sellers talking about "rhythm and melody".

Contents

  • Track listing 1
    • Should I Stay or Should I Go / Rush- CD single 1.1
    • Rush- 7" vinyl 1.2
    • Rush- 12" vinyl 1.3
    • Rush- CD single 1.4
  • Official Versions 2
  • Personnel 3
  • Chart positions 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Track listing

Should I Stay or Should I Go / Rush - CD single

  1. "Should I Stay or Should I Go" - 3:06
  2. "Rush" - 3:58
  3. "Protex Blue" - 1:45
  4. "Rush" (Dance Mix) - 8:00

Rush - 7" vinyl

  1. "Rush" (7" Original Version) - 3:11
  2. "Rush" (New York Remix) - 3:55

Rush - 12" vinyl

  1. "Rush" (New York Club Mix) - 5:50
  2. "Rush" (New York Instrumental Mix) - 5:51
  3. "Rush" (New York 12" Mix) - 7:57
  4. "Rush" (7" Original Version) - 3:11

Rush - CD single

  1. "Rush" (7" Original Version) - 3:11
  2. "Rush" (New York Club Mix) - 5:50
  3. "Rush" (New York 12" Mix) - 7:57
  4. "City Lights" (Full Length) - 7:47

Official Versions

  • "Rush" - 3:58
  • "Rush" (Album Version) - 4:17
  • "Rush" (7" Original Version) - 3:11
  • "Rush" (Dance Mix) - 8:00
  • "Rush" (New York Remix) - 3:55
  • "Rush" (New York Club Mix) - 5:50
  • "Rush" (New York Instrumental Mix) - 5:51
  • "Rush" (New York 12" Mix) - 7:57

Personnel

Chart positions

Chart (1991) Peak
Position
Australia ARIA Singles Chart[2] 1
New Zealand Singles Chart 1
US Billboard Hot 100 32
US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play 36
US Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks 40
US Billboard Modern Rock Tracks 1

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.discogs.com/Big-Audio-Dynamite-II-Rush/master/34252
  2. ^ Kent, David (1993). Australian Chart Book 1970-1992. St Ives, NSW, Australia: Australian Chart Book. p. 34.  

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