|Cry (Remix Version)|
|Produced by Trevor Horn and Godley & Creme|
|Released on March 1985|
|UK CHART POSITION #19 . . . US CHART POSITION #16 (charted July 20, 1985 for 17 weeks)|
|Find it at GEMM|
|881 786-7 picture sleeve
[high resolution scan]
T he remixed version of “Cry” became their biggest US hit, and a clever video featuring one of the first examples of “morphing” faces no doubt helped the succinct, catchy song make commercial inroads. The flip side, “Love Bombs,” is an excessive percussive excursion that will be familiar to anyone who’s heard Andy Partridge’s dub experiments (and lived to tell the tale). As to the different versions below, let me clarify: the "single remix version" (3:55) and "album remix version" (6:30) both appear on the G&C album, The History Mix Volume 1. The latter is thus often referred to as the "extended version," but it's simply the longer of the two "album" versions. The "12 remix version" is the real extended version (or what we'd typically call the "extended" version in these parts), clocking in at 7:25 and available only on the 12-inch singles. Zadelp?
Nigel Gray -- remix (1)
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|UK||March 1985||Polydor||7"/7PIC||POSP/POSPP 732||picture sleeve, avail. as picture disc|
|US||July 1985||Polydor||7"/12||881 786-7/1||picture sleeve|
|US||1985||Polydor||7PRO||881 786-7||promo w. A on both sides|
|CAN||1985||Polydor||12||POLSXC 107||see CAN track listing|
|GER||1985||Polydor||12||881 786-1-Y||see GER track listing|
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