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Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Rage Hard (+) mp3

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Interprète: Frankie Goes To Hollywood
Titre: Rage Hard (+)
Pays: UK
Publié sur: 22 Aug 1986
Style: Downtempo, Synth-pop
Catégorie: Électro
Classement: 4.5
Catalogue #: 12 ZTAS 22
Label: ZTT

Tracklist

1Rage Hard (+)
Voice – Pamela StephensonWritten-By – Nash, Johnson, O'Toole, Gill
12:08
2Suffragette City
Written-By – Bowie
3:31
3(Don't Lose What's Left) Of Your Little Mind
Engineer – Phil BodgerProducer – Frankie Goes To HollywoodWritten-By – Nash, Johson, O'Toole, Gill
6:15
4... The Factory
Voice – Pamela Stephenson
0:22


Crédits

  • BassMark O'Toole
  • DrumsPeter Gill
  • Executive-ProducerTrevor Horn (tracks: A, B1, B3)
  • GuitarBrian Nash
  • Photography ByA.J. Barrett
  • ProducerStephen Lipson (tracks: A, B1, B3)
  • Sleeve [Designed By]Accident (A415C)
  • Tape Op [Tape Operator]Heff Moraes (tracks: A, B1, B3)
  • VocalsHolly Johnson


Notes

The A-side and B-side labels carry the text "slam bam" and "suffer brother" respectively; these are not mix titles but are sometimes mistaken for them.

The A-side is also known as The Young Person's Guide to the 12" mix, narrated by Pamela Stephenson.

Track B3 is not listed on the sleeve or labels (the track title is taken from the 2010 ZTT compilation The Art of the 12").

[Labels]
published by perfect songs ltd
℗ zang tuum tumb 1986
© zang tuum tumb 1986

Durations are not listed on release.


Codes-barres

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 12 ZTAS 22 A - 1 U - 1 - 1 - A D
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 12ZTAS 22 B - 2 U - 1 - 1 - D


Entreprises

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Zang Tuum Tumb
  • Copyright (c) – Zang Tuum Tumb
  • Published By – Perfect Songs Ltd.


Album

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