Single by Jamiroquai
from the album Godzilla: The Album
B-side "Deeper Undergound" remixes
Released 13 July 1998
Format CDCassette12"
Recorded 1998
Genre Funk rockAlternative Dance
Length 3:33 (radio edit)

4:44 (album version)

Label Sony Soho Square
Writer(s) Jason Kay

Toby Smith

Producer Rick Pope
Jamiroquai singles chronology
"High Times"


"Deeper Underground"


"Canned Heat"


Deeper Underground is a single by British Acid Jazz band Jamiroquai that appeared on the soundtrack to the 1998 film Godzilla, Godzilla: The Album. The song was also included as a bonus track on the group's fourth studio album Synkronized as well as on the special edition of the group's fifth album A Funk Odyssey.

The song became a hit in several countries, finding the most success in the bands native United Kingdom, becoming group's first and only single to reach number one on the UK Singles Chart.

Music videoEdit

In a film theatre, Godzilla is being shown. However, as the screen shows Godzilla walking on the ocean floor, one of its feet breaks the screen and water floods into the theatre as if the screen were made of glass and everything behind it were real. The theatre turns into chaos as the audience tries to get out alive, in the midst of which Jay Kay appears and dances on top of the seats. Several other things go through the screen, including a helicopter and a taxi.
GODZILLA® (1998) - "Deeper Underground" Performed by Jamiroquai (Music Video - Low Quality)-0

GODZILLA® (1998) - "Deeper Underground" Performed by Jamiroquai (Music Video - Low Quality)-0


UK CD1 (666218 2)
  1. "Deeper Underground" (radio edit) – 3:33
  2. "Deeper Underground" (The Metro Mix) – 6:59
  3. "Deeper Underground" (instrumental) – 4:44
UK CD2 (666218 5)
  1. "Deeper Underground" – 4:44
  2. "Deeper Underground" (The Ummah Mix) – 5:01
  3. "Deeper Underground" (S-Man Meets Da Northface Killa Dub) – 9:02
UK 12" (665904 6)
  1. "Deeper Underground" (S-Man Meets Da Northface Killa Dub) – 9:02
  2. "Deeper Underground" (The Ummah Mix) – 5:01
  3. "Deeper Underground" (The Metro Mix) – 6:59
  4. "Deeper Underground" (radio edit) – 3:33

Chart performanceEdit

Chart (1998) Peak


Australian Singles Chart 46
Austrian Singles Chart 28
Belgian Singles Chart(Flanders) 49
Belgian Singles Chart (Wallonia) 20
Dutch Singles Chart 18
Finnish Singles Chart 8
French Singles Chart 24
German Singles Chart


Irish Singles Chart


Italian Singles Chart


New Zealand Singles Chart 33
Swedish Singles Chart 44
Swiss Singles Chart 9
UK Singles Chart


U.S. BillboardHot Dance Club Songs[5] 22


  • Another version of the video replaces Godzilla with a man in the movie who smashes an aquarium, causing the theatre to flood. The rest of the video is completely identical.
  • Directed by Mike Lipscombe, the video was used as a promotional tool for Godzilla (1998 film).
  • A t-shirt promoting the 1998 film Godzilla and Jamiroquai and the song "Deeper Underground" was released in 1998.



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