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|"Planets of the Universe"|
|Single by Stevie Nicks|
|from the album Trouble in Shangri-La|
|B-side||"Planets of the Universe" (radio edit)|
|Released||May 1, 2001|
|Producer(s)||John Shanks, Stevie Nicks|
|Stevie Nicks singles chronology|
"Planets of the Universe" is a song by American singer/songwriter Stevie Nicks. The song was first recorded as a demo during the recording sessions for the 1977 Fleetwood Mac album, Rumours, and this demo was included on the 2-disc Rumours expanded re-release in 2004. The song earned Nicks a nomination for the Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance.
In 2001, Nicks released an edited version of the song (omitting almost 2 minutes of material) on her solo album Trouble in Shangri-La, having recorded a completely new full-length version in 2000.
"Planets of the Universe" was a number-one hit on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart in August 2001. 
The song was featured on the tv show Charmed.
The song was released on 2 CD singles, one of which was a 6-track maxi-single with dance remixes and the full-length, unedited 2000 version. A double 12-inch vinyl set was also issued as a limited edition in the US and featured the track listing of the CD maxi-single. Both physical CD singles and the 12-inch vinyl release are no longer available from Reprise Records.
Note: The 'Extended Album Version' is a misnomer, as it is actually the full-length, unedited, newly recorded, 2000 version, including extra lyrics and coda, previously only demoed in the 1976 Rumours sessions with Fleetwood Mac.
|U.S. Billboard Dance Singles||1|