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Zerox Machine

"Zerox Machine"
B-side "Loosetalking"
Released 15 January 2007 (2007-01-15)
Format CD single, digital download,
7" single, 12" single
Genre Electroclash
Length 4:08
Label Loser Friendly
Writer(s) Adam Ant
Producer Youth
Client singles chronology

"Lights Go Out"
(2006)
"Zerox Machine"
(2007)
"Drive"
(2007)

"Zerox Machine" is a song by the English electronic group Client from their third studio album, Heartland (2007). Released as the album's second single, it is their first release since they parted ways with Toast Hawaii. The track itself is a cover of a 1979 song by Adam and the Ants simply titled "Zerox".

Track listings

UK 7" single (LFS05)

A. "Zerox Machine" – 4:05
B. "Zerox Machine" (Jonny Slut/Atomizermix) – 4:43

UK 12" single (LFSX05)

A. "Zerox Machine" (N-Joi Remix) – 7:05
B. "Zerox Machine" (IDC Remix) – 5:00

U.S. CD single (MET 470)

  1. "Zerox Machine"
  2. "Loosetalking"
  3. "Zerox Machine" (IDC Mix)
  4. "Zerox Machine" (Jonny Slut/Atomizermix)
  5. "Zerox Machine" (Robert Goerl Strange Pistol Mix) – 3:32
  6. "Zerox Machine" (Club Mix by Covenant)

German promo CD single (LTD 21)

  1. "Zerox Machine" (Edit) – 4:14
  2. "Zerox Machine" (Terence Fixmer Remix) – 5:33
  3. "Zerox Machine" (Covenant Remix) – 4:25
  4. "Zerox Machine" (Robert Görl Strange Pistol Mix) – 3:32

Charts

Chart (2007) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart[1] 199

References

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