|Single by Genesis|
|from the album Calling All Stations|
|Released||1 December 1997|
|Recorded||The Farm, Surrey|
|Label|| Atlantic (US & Canada)|
Virgin Records (rest of the world)
|Songwriter(s)||Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford|
|Producer(s)||Genesis, Nick Davis|
|Genesis singles chronology|
"Shipwrecked" is the second single by British band Genesis, appearing on their 1997 album Calling All Stations . It was a minor hit, reaching No.54 in the UKand No.82 in Germany.
The song is classified as a break-up song. The song sings about someone who has recently broken up with his significant other, and now feels "shipwrecked", hopeless, and alone.
Some single versions featured acoustic versions of "No Son of Mine", "Lover's Leap", and "Turn It On Again" as B-sides.
Virgin / gendx14
|2.||"No Son of Mine" (Acoustic Version)||3:21|
|3.||"Lover's Leap (From Supper's Ready)" (Acoustic Version)||2:20|
|4.||"Turn It On Again" (Acoustic Version)||2:33|
Virgin / gensd14
|2.||"Phret" (Non-Album Track – Instrumental)||4:05|
|3.||"7/8" (Non-Album Track – Instrumental)||5:08|
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