|Produced by Robert John "Mutt" Lange & The Cars|
|Released on October 15, 1984|
|US CHART POSITION #20 (charted Oct. 27, 1984 for 15 weeks)|
|Find it at GEMM|
|7-69681 wo. picture sleeve
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K ronomyth 5.4: DUB LEPPARD. Mutt Lange had no business tinkering with The Cars, as evidenced by the singularly awful “Hello Again,” which sounds like a cross between a Ric Ocasek solo album and Def Leppard (vampyromania?). Yet music had lost its way in the mid 80s, and Heartbeat City became a fool’s beacon that marked the year from March (“You Might Think”) through December (“Hello Again”). A video for the song, directed by Andy Warhol, sums up the spiritually shipwrecked 80s as well as anything. The single also included a Dub Version on the flip, which features dialogue from the Looney Tunes (notably Mr. B. Bunny) and somehow manages to be dubbly annoying than the original.
Arthur Baker -- remix
Chris Lord-Alge and Tom Lord-Alge -- remix engineer
The Latin Rascals and Andy Wallace -- edits
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|US||October 15, 1984||Elektra||7"||7-69681|
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