|Single by Spiderbait|
|from the album Grand Slam|
|Spiderbait singles chronology|
"Glokenpop" (also spelt Glockenpop) is a song by Australian alternative rock band, Spiderbait and was released in January 2000 as the fourth and final single from the band's fourth studio album Grand Slam (1999). "Glokenpop" peaked at number 80 on the Australian Singles Chart.
At the ARIA Music Awards of 2000, the song was nominated for Best Pop Release, losing out to "Spinning Around" by Kylie Minogue. Janet English won the ARIA Award for Best Cover Art for the single's cover art.
The song is featured in the 2009 video game LittleBigPlanet for PlayStation Portable.
|1.||"Glockenpop" (album version)|
|2.||"Cracker" (Endorphin remix)|
|3.||"Dinnertime" (Hardboiled remix)|
|4.||"Glockenpop" (Slow Ectoplasm remix)|
|5.||"White Trash Superstar" (Pound System remix)|
|6.||"Jellybean Drifter" (Whitt remix)|
|Australia||January 2000||CD Single||Polydor Records||156695-2|
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