| 5 March 2001|
| CD, Maxi Single|
"One Night is Not Enough" is the sixth single released by Scotland-based indie rock band Snow Patrol, and the second to come from their second album, When It's All Over We Still Have to Clear Up. It was released on 5 March 2001 under the Jeepster record label, and was the last release under them as they were dropped soon after.
It peaked at #92 in the United Kingdom.
One Night Is Not Enough Wikipedia
- "One Night is Not Enough" - 3:26
- "Monkey Mobe" - 1:18
- "Workwear Shop" - 2:25
- "One Night is Not Enough" - 3:22
NME's Alex Needham reviewed the single negatively saying the song "feels like a lifetime - and one nobody sane would be in a hurry to return to, either." He said that it "hits you like a shot of pure camphor, taking you back to those dark, pre-CD:UK days when The Chart Show used to run down the indie chart." He went on to criticize Snow Patrol, calling them "too poor and unimaginative to have made videos."