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The Fake Sound of Progress

"The Fake Sound of Progress"
Single by Lostprophets
from the album Thefakesoundofprogress
Released 11 March 2002 (United Kingdom)
Format CD, vinyl
Genre Nu metal
Label Visible Noise
Lostprophets singles chronology
"Shinobi vs. Dragon Ninja"
(2001)
"The Fake Sound of Progress"
(2002)
"Burn Burn"
(2003)
This article refers to the single The Fake Sound of Progress. For the album, see Thefakesoundofprogress.

"The Fake Sound of Progress" is the second single from rock band Lostprophets' debut album Thefakesoundofprogress. Its music video was filmed in Las Vegas, Nevada and received less attention than the band's debut single, "Shinobi vs. Dragon Ninja."

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Personnel 2
  • Chart positions 3
  • External links 4

Track listing

CD1
No. Title Length
1. "The Fake Sound of Progress" (radio edit) 4:21
2. "Happy New Year, Have a Good 1985" (demo) 3:17
3. "A View to a Kill" (Duran Duran cover) 3:42
CD2
No. Title Length
1. "The Fake Sound of Progress" (radio edit) 4:21
2. "Shoulder to the Wheel" (Saves the Day cover) 3:22
3. "Need You Tonight" (demo) 3:46
Promo CD
No. Title Length
1. "The Fake Sound of Progress" (machine remix - radio edit 1) 4:21
2. "The Fake Sound of Progress" (machine remix - radio edit 2) 4:00
Vinyl
No. Title Length
1. "The Fake Sound of Progress" (radio edit) 4:21
2. "Happy New Year, Have a Good 1985" (demo) 3:17

Personnel

Chart positions

Year Chart Peak
2002 UK Singles Chart 21

External links

  • www.lostprophets.com


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