Mammoth (Interpol song)

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Single by Interpol
from the album Our Love to Admire
ReleasedSeptember 3, 2007
Recorded Electric Lady Studios, New York City
Genre Post-punk revival
Label Capitol
Producer(s) Rich Costey, Interpol
Interpol singles chronology
"The Heinrich Maneuver"

"Mammoth" is the second UK single from Interpol's third album Our Love to Admire . The single was released on September 3, 2007. It reached number 44 on the UK Singles Chart.


Before the song was named "Mammoth" it was called "Pawn Shop" due to its lyrics. It was one of the first songs to be recorded for the album.

Track listing


  1. "Mammoth" (explicit radio mix) – 3:59
  2. "Mammoth" (Erol Alkan reworking) – 5:24
  3. "Pioneer to the Falls" (orchestral version) – 5:31
  4. "Mammoth" (enhanced video)

7" #1 (one-sided etched vinyl inside a gatefold sleeve):

  1. "Mammoth"

7" #2:

  1. "Mammoth" (explicit radio mix)
  2. "Evil" (live)


  1. "Mammoth" (Erol Alkan remix)
  2. "The Heinrich Maneuver" (Paul Epworth Phones remix)

Music video

The music video is a live performance of Interpol performing the song in The Astoria, London, UK on February 7, 2007. The audio in the video is not from the concert, but the edited version of "Mammoth".

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