|"Up All Night"|
|Single by Slaughter|
|from the album Stick It to Ya|
|Released||April 17, 1990|
|Length||3:46 (single version) 4:16 (album version)|
|Slaughter singles chronology|
"Up All Night" is a song by American glam metal band Slaughter. Written by band members Mark Slaughter and Dana Strum, it was the third title on the band's debut album, Stick It to Ya , and the band's first single. It was released in 1990.
The music video was directed by Michael Bay,and was placed on New York Times list of the 15 Essential Hair-Metal Videos.
|1.||"Up All Night" (radio edit)||3:46|
|1.||"Eye to Eye"||3:57|
|1.||"Up All Night" (radio edit)||3:48|
|2.||"Up All Night" (album version)||4:16|
|1.||"Up All Night"|
|2.||"Eye to Eye"|
|3.||"Stick It to Ya Medley" (medley of "Mad About You," "Burnin' Bridges," and "Fly to the Angels")|
|UK Singles (OCC)||62|
|US Billboard Hot 100||27|
|US Album Rock Tracks ( Billboard )||21|
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