|Produced by Rhett Davies|
|Released on 1985|
|US CHART POSITION #79|
|Find it at GEMM|
|42978 wo. picture sleeve|
A single split between its idols: Bowie on the one side (where “No Promises” invokes the golden crooning of “Wild Is The Wind”) and Roxy on the other (déjà vu of “Angel Eyes” on “Into The Wild”). Of course, when Iva Davies stood at the altar, he stood tall enough to obscure his idols, and “No Promises” simply soars (regardless of its source). The B side is less interesting, wisely excised from the elpee (it didn’t measure up) but included on the more accommodating compact disc. Although the A side runs a half-minute shorter than the original, it appears they just ended it a little earlier.
David Lord -- mixing
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|AUS'L||1985||Regular||7"||K9850||see UK 7" listing|
|UK||1985||Chrysalis||7"||CHS 2978||picture sleeve|
|US||1986||Chrysalis||7PRO||VS4-42978||feat. A on both sides|
|CAN||1986||Chrysalis||7"||42978||see US 7" listing|
|CAN||1986||Chrysalis||12||CS-8646||see US 12" listing|
|FRA||1986||Chrysalis||7"||884 579||see UK 7" listing|
|GER||1985||Chrysalis||7"||107 964 100||see UK 7" listing|
|GER||1985||Chrysalis||12||607 964||see UK 12" listing|
|SAF||1986||Chrysalis||7"||PD 2477||picture sleeve, see UK 7" listing|
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