|Kiss and Tell|
|Produced by Patrick Leonard, Bryan Ferry, Chester Kamen|
|Released on February 1988|
|UK CHART POSITION #41 . . . US CHART POSITION #31 (charted Feb. 27, 1988 for 13 weeks)|
|Find it at GEMM|
|7-28117 wo. picture sleeve
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T hey shaved about a minute off “Kiss and Tell” and issued it as the second single from Bete Noire, which fared better than the subdued first salvo, “The Right Stuff.” It’s not quite as ingratiating as the music on Boys And Girls, but it’s all done in the same Japan-ese style of artfully wrought dance music. “Zamba” appears as the flip side, unchanged from its version on the elpee. This is actually the better track, suggesting a cross between Ferry and Peter Gabriel’s recent, languorous and sophisticated work. Twelve-inchers included extended versions and remixes of the A and B sides in various configurations. The A side also appeared in the film, Bright Lights, Big City.
Alan Meyerson -- editing (1)
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|UK||February 1988||Virgin||7"/12||VS/VST 1034||picture sleeve|
|UK||1988||Virgin||7BOX||VSX 1034||boxed w. lyric insert, poster|
|UK||February 1988||Virgin||CDS||CDEP 19|
|GER||1988||Virgin||7"||109 701 100|
|GER||1988||Virgin||12||609 701 213|
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