Black Coffee (All Saints song)

Black Coffee (All Saints song)

Single infobox
Name = Black Coffee

Artist = All Saints
from Album = Saints & Sinners
B-side = "I Don't Wanna Be Alone"
Background = Orange
Released = October 2, 2000
Recorded = Guerrilla Beach Studio
Sarm West
Larrabee West
Format = CD
Genre = Pop,Electronica,R&B
Length = 4:50
Label = London Records
Producer = William Orbit
NoReviews = yes
Last single = "Pure Shores"
This single = "Black Coffee"
Next single = "All Hooked Up"
Misc = Audiosample
Upper caption = Audio sample
Name = Black Coffee
Audio file= BlackCoffeeSample.ogg

"Black Coffee" was the second single released from the "Saints & Sinners" album of All Saints. It became their fifth and final #1 single in the UK. Its total sales are of 212,707.

ong information

Music Video

The music video is set in a luxury apartment and on the rooftop of the apartment during the night. A young couple argue with each other in their apartment with each Saint appearing beside them at various points throughout - completely invisible to the couple. The video cuts between the couple arguing and the girls singing on the rooftop of the apartment, with the city skyline visible in the background. The video uses a special effect very similar to the Bullet Time effect used in The Matrix . The overally mood of the video created by the setting, lighting and colour reflect the mood and lyrics of the song itself to a very high degree. Unlike previous videos from All Saints, none of the girls appear together during this video due to the fact that they weren't speaking to each other at the time. It was directed by Johan Renck.


Black Coffee
* Album Version
* Radio Edit
* Version 2 (Exclusive Mark 'Spike' Stent Mix)
* ATFC's Freshly Ground Vocal
* ATFC's Smooth And Rich Dub
* The Neptunes Remix
* The Wideboys Espresso Mix
* The Wideboys Capuccino Dub
* Shadow Snipers Vocal
* Shadow Snipers Dark Dub

Remixography provided by: houseofMusiC


External links

* [ Official site]
* [ Article on Kirsty Roper, one of the songwriters]
* [ Interview with Tom Nichols, one of the songwriters]

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