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Inside Out (Anthrax song)

"Inside Out"
B-side "Snap - I'd Rather be Sleeping", "Phantom Lord", "The Bends"
Released 1998
Format CD
Recorded 1998
Genre Alternative metal[1]
Length 5:34
Label Victor Entertainment
Producer Anthrax, Paul Crook
Anthrax singles chronology

"Bordello of Blood"
"Inside Out"
"Ball of Confusion"

"Inside Out" is a song by New York metal group Anthrax, from their 1998 album Volume 8 - The Threat Is Real!. The song was released as a single.[2]

Music Video

The music video features the band playing on the wing of a plane in flight. Only one terrified passenger in a window seat can see them. The video is a reference to the Twilight Zone episode Nightmare at 20,000 Feet, in which Bob Wilson (William Shatner) is the only one who can see a destructive gremlin on the wing.

Track listing

No. TitleLyricsMusic Length
1. "Inside Out"  Scott Ian, John BushCharlie Benante 5:34
2. "Snap - I'd Rather be Sleeping"  Kurt Brecht, Spike CassidyBrecht, Cassidy 2:16
3. "Phantom Lord"  James Hetfield, Dave Mustaine, Lars UlrichHetfield, Mustaine, Ulrich 4:29
4. "The Bends"  Colin Greenwood, Jonny Greenwood, Ed O'Brien, Phil Selway, Thom YorkeGreenwood, Greenwood, O'Brien, Selway, Yorke 3:52


Guest musicians


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