Dead Star/In Your World

"Dead Star/In Your World"

The "Dead Star/In Your World" cover.
Single by Muse
from the album Hullabaloo Soundtrack
B-side "Futurism"
"Can't Take My Eyes Off You"
"In Your World (Live)"
"Dead Star (Live)"
"Dead Star (Instrumental)"
Released 17 June 2002
Format 7", CD, Promo
Recorded 2000-2002
Genre Alternative metal (Dead Star)
Progressive metal (In Your World)
Length 3:40 (Dead Star)
2:35 (In Your World)
Label Mushroom, Taste Media
Writer(s) Matthew Bellamy
Producer David Bottrill, John Cornfield, Muse
Muse singles chronology
"Hyper Music"/"Feeling Good"
(November 2001)
"Dead Star"/"In Your World"
(June 2002)
"Stockholm Syndrome"
(July 2003)
Alternative Cover
The "In Your World/Dead Star" cover.

"Dead Star" and "In Your World" are songs by the English rock band Muse. Written for and included in a live form on their compilation album Hullabaloo Soundtrack, the songs were released as a double A-side single to promote the album, and as an EP in Japan and France. The single reached number thirteen on the UK Singles Chart. "Dead Star" has since become a favorite of Muse fans[who?][citation needed] though live performances of the song are rare[citation needed].

A video for "In Your World" was also produced, included on the double a-side, which consisted of a live performance and was directed by Matt Askem. The video is considerably shorter than the audio-only live album version, with running times of 2:35 and 3:12 respectively. The video for "Dead Star" shows the band practicing in a dark basement and was directed by Tim Qualtrough and Tom Kirk. It has a running time of 3:40, again shorter than the audio-only live album version which has a running time of 4:12. It was recorded in Winston Churchill's house in Brighton.

Contents

Track listing

Single

  • 7" Vinyl MUSH104S; Promo CD MUSE 20
  1. "Dead Star" - 3:40
  2. "In Your World" - 2:35
  • CD1 "Dead Star"/"In Your World" MUSH104CDS
  1. "Dead Star" - 3:40
  2. "In Your World" - 2:35
  3. "Futurism" - 3:27
  4. "Dead Star" (video)
  • CD2 "In Your World"/"Dead Star" MUSH104CDSX
  1. "In Your World" - 2:35
  2. "Dead Star" - 3:40
  3. "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" - 3:26
    • Cover of Frankie Valli song.
  4. "In Your World" (video)
Dead Star/In Your World
EP by Muse
Released 1 July 2002 (FR, JP)
Recorded 2000-2002
Genre Alternative rock
Label Naïve (FR), Cutting Edge (JP)
Producer David Bottrill, John Cornfield, Muse
Muse chronology
New Born EP
(2001)
Dead Star/In Your World
(2002)

EP

  • France
  1. "Dead Star"
  2. "In Your World"
  3. "Futurism"
  4. "Can't Take My Eyes Off You"
  5. "Dead Star (Instrumental)"
  6. "Dead Star" (video)
  7. "In Your World" (video)
  • Japan
  1. "Dead Star"
  2. "In Your World"
  3. "Can't Take My Eyes Off You"
  4. "In Your World (live)"
  5. "Dead Star (live)"

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