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Some Fantastic Place (song)

"Some Fantastic Place"
Single by Squeeze
from the album Some Fantastic Place
Released 30 August 1993 (UK)
Format 7" vinyl, 5" CD, Digipak CD, cassette
Recorded ?
Genre Rock
Length 4:29
Label A&M
Producer(s) Squeeze & Peter Smith
Squeeze singles chronology
"Everything In The World"
"Some Fantastic Place"
"Loving You Tonight"

"Some Fantastic Place" is the third single released from Squeeze's tenth album of the same name, Some Fantastic Place. It peaked at number 73 on the UK Singles Chart.

Both songwriters, Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook, have stated multiple times that it is their favorite Squeeze song. The song shares some unusual chord changes with Roxy Music's mid-1970s hit, "Both Ends Burning".

The picturesque video for the song was filmed at Scotney Castle in Kent.

Track listing

7" vinyl and cassette
  1. "Some Fantastic Place" (4:29)
  2. "Jumping" (4:18)
  1. "Some Fantastic Place" (4:29)
  2. "Jumping" (4:18)
  3. "Dark Saloons" (3:16)
  4. "Discipline" (5:05)
CD (digipak)
  1. "Some Fantastic Place" (4:29)
  2. "Is That The Time?" (3:24)
  3. "Don't Be A Stranger" (4:55)
  4. "Stark Naked" (3:47)

External links

  • Squeeze discography at Squeezenet

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