Lostprophets - 4:AM Forever

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Uploaded on April 11, 2008 by VisibleNoiseRecords Powered by YouTube

"4:AM Forever" is the fourth single from the album Liberation Transmission, the third studio album by Welsh band Lostprophets.

Compact Disc

1 "4:AM Forever" 4:27
2 "Every Song" 4:11

Vinyl 1

A "4:AM Forever"
B "Never Know" (Heaven for the Weather, Hell for the Company demo)

Vinyl 2

A "4:AM Forever"
B Etching of a clock face N/A

In a change from every previous Lostprophets single, there will be two 7" vinyl releases and only one CD for this single. In addition to this, a special download release of the single was available from 4am on April 28, including a cover of "Going Underground" by The Jam. This release was be limited to 1500 copies. Also, exclusive live versions of "4:AM Forever" were be made available for download along with "Every Song" and "Never Know" on April 16.[4]

In an interview on Channel 4's popworld, Ian Watkins stated that the song was called 4:AM Forever because 4AM is the hour in the night that most people die.

The cover of "Going Underground" can also be heard on the compilation "Punk The Clock Vol.3".

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