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Leave Home (The Chemical Brothers song)

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Leave Home (The Chemical Brothers song)

"Leave Home"
Exit Planet Dust
Released 5 June 1995 (1995-06-05)
Format CD, 12" vinyl
Recorded 1995
Genre Big beat
Length 5:33
Label Virgin
Producer The Chemical Brothers
The Chemical Brothers singles chronology

"Song to the Siren"
(1992)
"Leave Home"
(1995)
"Life Is Sweet"
(1995)

"Leave Home" is a song by English big beat duo The Chemical Brothers. It was the first single released from their debut album Exit Planet Dust in 1995. It reached number 17 in the UK Singles Chart.[1] The song contains a short sample from the Kraftwerk song "Ohm Sweet Ohm".[2] It was used in the soundtracks to the video games SSX 3 and Wipeout 2097, and is also featured in the video game DJ Hero 2.[3] The song was featured in the 2000 movies Gone in 60 Seconds[4] and High Fidelity [5]

Track listing

CD
UK, Europe, and US release
  1. "Leave Home" – 5:33
  2. "Leave Home (Underworld Mix)" – 6:47
  3. "Leave Home (Sabres of Paradise Mix)" – 5:36
Japan release
  1. "Leave Home" – 5:33
  2. "Leave Home (Underworld Mix I)" – 8:53
  3. "Leave Home (Sabres of Paradise Mix)" – 5:36
  4. "Life Is Sweet" – 6:33
  5. "Life Is Sweet (Daft Punk Remix)" – 8:37
  6. "If You Kling to Me I'll Klong You" – 5:24
12" vinyl
UK Version 1
  1. "Leave Home" – 5:33
  2. "Leave Home (Sabres of Paradise Mix)" – 5:36
  3. "Let Me in Mate" – 4:21
UK Version 2
  1. "Leave Home (Underworld Mix II)" – 8:53
  2. "Leave Home (Underworld Mix)" – 6:47

External links

  • Template:MetroLyrics song


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