Hundred Mile High City

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"Hundred Mile High City"
Single by Ocean Colour Scene
from the album Marchin' Already
B-sideThe Face Smiles Back Easily, Falling To The Floor, Hello Monday
Released16 September 1997
FormatCD, cassette, 7" Vinyl
GenreBritpop
Length3:58
LabelMCA
Writer(s)Ocean Colour Scene
ProducerBrendan Lynch
Ocean Colour Scene singles chronology
"The Circle"
(1996)
"Hundred Mile High City"
(1997)
"Travellers Tune"
(1997)
 
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"Hundred Mile High City"
Single by Ocean Colour Scene
from the album Marchin' Already
B-sideThe Face Smiles Back Easily, Falling To The Floor, Hello Monday
Released16 September 1997
FormatCD, cassette, 7" Vinyl
GenreBritpop
Length3:58
LabelMCA
Writer(s)Ocean Colour Scene
ProducerBrendan Lynch
Ocean Colour Scene singles chronology
"The Circle"
(1996)
"Hundred Mile High City"
(1997)
"Travellers Tune"
(1997)

"Hundred Mile High City" is a rock song by Ocean Colour Scene (OCS).

The song was released in 1997 and reached number 4 in the UK Singles Chart. It is taken from their 1997 album Marchin' Already and was the first single to be released from the album. The single was used as the theme tune to the film Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and the computer game Three Lions.[1] It is also the theme tune used for the six nations rugby on BBC one and two. It is the band's joint most successful single in chart placement (#4) and also their 2nd most successful in terms of number of weeks spent in the top 75 of the singles chart, with a total of 7 weeks. Recently used in Visa London Olympics Advert.

Track listing

  1. "Hundred Mile High City"
  2. "The Face Smiles Back Easily"
  3. "Falling To The Floor"
  4. "Hello Monday"

References