Tongue Tied (Boom Crash Opera song)

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"Tongue Tied"
Tongue Tied by Boom Crash Opera.jpg
CD single cover
Single by Boom Crash Opera
from the album Born
ReleasedJanuary 1995
RecordedDeterrer, 1994
Genre Rock, pop, alternative rock
Length2:59
Label Ariola Records, BMG
Songwriter(s) Peter Fernan
Producer(s) Boom Crash Opera
Boom Crash Opera singles chronology
"Gimme"
(1994)
"Tongue Tied"
(1995)
"Dissemble"
(1995)

"Tongue Tied" is a song by Australian band, Boom Crash Opera. The song was released in January 1995 as the second single from their fourth studio album, Born (1995).

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Tongue Tied" - 2:59
  2. "Tongue Tied" (Tastes Like An Ashtray Mix) - 4:59
  3. "Tongue Tied" (Gurgulurmix) -5:01
  4. "Tongue Tied" (Candy Probe Mix) -4:43
  5. "More Is More" - 4:17

Charts

Chart (1995)Peak
position
Australia (ARIA) [1] 25

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