Brazen (Weep)

Brazen (Weep)” is the fourth and final single from British rock band Skunk Anansie‘s second album, Stoosh (1996). It was released on 2 June 1997 and reached number 11 on the UK Singles Chart, making the song the band’s most successful hit in their home country. In Iceland, it peaked at number one, ending 1997 as the year’s third-most-successful single. Three versions of the single were released; CD2 and CD3 are remix CDs.

1997 single by Skunk Anansie

1997 single by Skunk Anansie
“Brazen (Weep)”
Single by Skunk Anansie
from the album Stoosh
B-side
Released 2 June 1997 (1997-06-02)[1]
Length 4:31
Label One Little Indian
Songwriter(s) Skin, Cass, Ace
Producer(s) GGGarth, Skunk Anansie
Skunk Anansie singles chronology
Hedonism (Just Because You Feel Good)
(1997)
Brazen (Weep)
(1997)
Charlie Big Potato
(1999)

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The video was directed by Thomas Krygier, who directed the video for “Hedonism”. The video shows the band becoming attacked in a red room (hinted to be a mental hospital). The video ends with Skin waking up in a street, implying that it was a dream after she presumably fell on the ground unconscious or run over by a car, but with no injuries.

# Title Length
1. “Brazen (Weep)” 4:31
2. Twisted (Everyday Hurts)BBC Radio 1 Session” 4:13
3. All I WantBBC Radio 1 session” 3:44
4. “It Takes Blood and Guts[2]BBC Radio 1 session” 4:09
# Title Length
1. “Brazen (Weep) (Dreadzone Remix)” 9:20
2. “Brazen (Weep) (Hani’s Weeping Club Mix)” 10:48
3. “Brazen (Weep) (Ventura’s Underworld Mix)” 4:07
4. “Brazen (Weep) (Stealth Sonic Orchestra Remix)” 4:51
5. “Brazen (Weep) (Electro Mix)” 4:49
# Title Length
1. “Brazen Weep (Junior’s Arena Anthem)” 9:37
2. “Brazen Weep (Perfecto Mix)” 7:15
3. “Brazen Weep (Dreadzone’s Instrumental Mix)” 9:22
4. “Brazen Weep (Jr’s Riff Dub)” 7:29
5. “Brazen Weep (Hani’s Hydro Instrumental Mix)” 5:39

Weekly charts

Chart (1997) Peak
position
Europe (Eurochart Hot 100)[3] 42
Iceland (Íslenski Listinn Topp 40)[4] 1
Netherlands (Dutch Top 40)[5] 19
Netherlands (Single Top 100)[6] 48
Scotland (OCC)[7] 12
UK Singles (OCC)[8] 11

Year-end charts

Chart (1997) Position
Iceland (Íslenski Listinn Topp 40)[9] 3

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