|Produced by Alan Parsons|
|Released on April 1981|
|US CHART POSITION #15 (charted April 18, 1981 for 23 weeks)|
|Find it at GEMM|
|AS 0598 wo. picture sleeve
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P erhaps the Project’s finest moment, “Time” is a lovely way to pass it. The strings and masked vocals push this close to ELO territory, two bands who helped redefine pop music in the ‘70s. Ironically, the A side shows an incorrect track time of 4:11; the actual time is closer to 4:23, which still represents a slight edit from the five-minute original. The B side is the instrumental track “The Gold Bug,” which takes its name from an Edgar Allen Poe short story. It appears “The Gold Bug” was also issued as a single in Europe, making this single something of a two-fer. Both tracks come from The Turn of a Friendly Card.
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|US/CAN||April 1981||Arista||7"||AS 0598|
|US||1981||Arista||7PRO||AS 0598||feat. A mono on flip|
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