Studio album by The chemical brothers
Released January 24, 2005
Label Virgin Records
Producer The Chemical Brothers
Push the Button is the fifth studio album by British electronica group The Chemical Brothers,
first released in January 2005 (see 2005 in music). It won the Grammy Award for Best Electronic/Dance
Album in January 2006. It was certified Gold by the BPI on January 28, 2005.
* All tracks written by Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons, except where noted.
1. "Galvanize" (Rowlands, Simons, Kamal Fareed) 6:33
* featuring Q-Tip
2. "The Boxer" (Rowlands, Simons, Burgess) 4:08
* featuring Tim Burgess
3. "Believe" 7:01
* featuring Kele Okereke
4. "Hold Tight London" (Rowlands, Simons, Williams) 6:00
* featuring Anna-Lynne Williams
5. "Come Inside" 4:47
6. "The Big Jump" 4:43
7. "Left Right" (Rowlands, Simons, Anwar) 4:14
* featuring Anwar Superstar
8. "Close Your Eyes" (Rowlands, Simons, Romeo Stodart) 6:13
* featuring The Magic Numbers
9. "Shake Break Bounce" 3:44
10. "Marvo Ging" 5:28
11. "Surface To Air" 7:23
* "Galvanize" was the first single from the album, released a week before the album was released. It peaked at the #3 spot in the British charts.
* "Believe" was the second single from the album, released in May 2005. It peaked at #18.
* "The Boxer" was the third single from the album, released in early July 2005. It peaked at #41.
* Track No. 1, "Galvanize", has been featured on Budweiser Select commercials and on All-Star Family Fortunes aired 23rd December 2006. It was also used to advertise ITV's Dancing on Ice.
* Track No. 2 and 3, "Believe" and "The Boxer" were used in the world's first theater performance of Requiem for a dream in Kristiansand, Norway 2007.
* Track No. 6, "The Big Jump", was featured on the soundtracks of the video games Burnout Revenge and Project Gotham Racing 3.
* Track No. 9, "Shake Break Bounce", features on a Ford advertisement and was used in the Thunderball trial in the 2006 series of I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here.
* Track No. 10 "Marvo Ging", featured in Season two of The O.C., in the episode The Risky Business. It is also used on Channel 4, E4 and More4 in the United Kingdom to advertise Film4.
* Track No. 11, "Surface To Air", was featured on Sky Sports News as its title music. It also can be heard near the end of the comedy film "Smiley Face" starring Anna Farris.
* Track No. 5, "Come Inside", is featured in game Forza Motorsport 2. The song also has one of the hardest to find samples the original track is called "Every Day We Die A Little" by Sara Ayers. The only way to find the original track so far is to download the song on her official website. The original song is yet to be found on Youtube.