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Secrets (Grinspoon song)

"Secrets"
Easy
Released 2000
Recorded September 1999
Genre Alternative metal
Post-grunge
Length 3:05
Label Universal Records
Producer Jonathon Burnside
Grinspoon singles chronology

Rock Show
(1999)
Secrets
(2000)
Violent and Lazy
(2000)

"Secrets" is the third single by Grinspoon which was released from their second studio album Easy. The single failed to chart on the Australian singles charts but reached #73 on Triple J's Hottest 100 for 2000.

The song is played in dropped B tuning and is counted by fans as their best song from the Easy album. The video shows Phil Jamieson, who suffered a breakup, planning to rob a pawn shop. Two versions were made for the video, with one showing the band members shooting guns in the beginning.

Track listing

  1. Secrets
  2. Tang
  3. Secrets (demo)
  4. Tang (Dark Matter Remix)

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