|"Tie Up My Hands"|
|Single by British India|
|from the album Guillotine|
|Released||30 June 2007|
|Recorded||Flashpoint Studios, 2006|
|Songwriter(s)||Declan Melia, Nic Wilson, Will Drummond, Matt O'Gorman|
|Producer(s)||Harry Vanda, Glenn Goldsmith|
|British India singles chronology|
"Tie Up My Hands" is the second single by Australian rock group, British India, taken from their debut album Guillotine (June 2007). During 2007, it reached the top of the chart on jtv's countdown show, and was listed at No. 46 on the Triple J Hottest 100, 2007.
All tracks are written by British India.
|1.||"Tie Up My Hands"||3:37|
|Australia||30 June 2007||Shock, Flashpoint||Digital download||-|
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