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Chemical Heart

"Chemical Heart"
Single by Grinspoon
from the album New Detention
Released 4 February 2002
Format CD; vinyl record
Recorded 2001-2002
Genre Alternative rock
Length 4:39
Label Universal Records
Producer(s) Phil McKeller
Grinspoon singles chronology
"Violent and Lazy"
"Chemical Heart"
"Lost Control"

"Chemical Heart" was the first single released from Grinspoon's third studio album New Detention in 2002. It was a surprising change for fans because the grunge rock band had released ballads before, but they had never released one as their first single, and most people were expecting a hard rocking song like the later released single "Lost Control". The single marked a change in the band that could be seen after the year-long break they took from touring and recording, this time working with the record label Sony Universal, a joint venture with Sony BMG and Universal Music Group, instead of their low-key indie label Grudge Records.

It reached No. 25 on the ARIA Singles Chart.[1] The song was used in the Network Ten series premiere promos for Law & Order: Criminal Intent.

Track listing

  1. "Chemical Heart"
  2. "Waiting For Take Off"
  3. "Gettin' Shit"
  4. "Chemical Heart (Acoustic Mix)"


  1. ^ Hung, Steffen. "Discography Grinspoon". Australian Charts Portal. Hung Medien (Steffen Hung). Retrieved 26 March 2012. 

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