|"Time Is Ticking Out"|
|Single by the Cranberries|
|from the album Wake Up and Smell the Coffee|
|B-side||"Time Is Ticking Out" (Marius de Vries Remix)|
|Released||12 March 2002|
|Songwriter(s)||Dolores O'Riordan/Noel Hogan|
|The Cranberries singles chronology|
"Time Is Ticking Out" is a song by Irish band the Cranberries. It was the second single from their fifth studio album, Wake Up and Smell the Coffee , released in 2001. Dolores O'Riordan wrote the song after she had seen the children of Chernobyl born with many illnesses.The Cranberries donated all the proceeds of the single to the Chernobyl Children’s Project charity. A promotional video, directed by Maurice Linnane, features the band members as modern-life The Wizard of Oz characters.
As for the "Analyse" single, music producer Marius de Vries was commissioned to remix "Time Is Ticking Out". Four versions of the up-tempo remix were released, either physically or digitally. The long version was made available on the 4-track commercial single, while a 3:59-edit version was featured on some promotions CDs as well as on the Asian Tour Special Edition of Wake Up and Smell the Coffee . An instrumental mix was also released on vinyl. Finally, a slightly different 4:55 version of unknown origin was released digitally on Internet.[ citation needed ]
2-track CD single
4-track CD single
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