|Produced by King Crimson|
|Released on February 1984|
|no chart information|
|Find it at GEMM|
|EGO 15 w. picture sleeve|
G ee, I must have slept right through this on Three, since I didn’t recall it from the album when I heard it again. It’s actually a terrific song, sorta King Crimson meets Siouxsie and The Banshees. (Don’t know how it missed the charts unless we were all sleeping.) The single edit flips the second verse and the chorus and seems to run a little quicker, although I haven’t held the 3:35 track time to a stop watch. The instrumental “Nuages (That Which Passes, Passes Like Clouds)” doesn’t vary enough in run time from the elpee version to warrant a closer inspection. Apparently, an instrumental version and dance version of “Sleepless” were slipped onto a 12-inch release.
Brad Davis -- engineer
Bob Clearmountain -- mixing (1)
Timothy Eames -- cover art
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|UK||February 1984||EG||7"||EGO 15||picture sleeve|
|UK||February 1984||EG||12||EGOX 15||see 12" track listing|
|US/CAN||February 1984||Warner Bros.||7"||92-93097|
|US||1984||Warner Bros.||12||20193||see US 12" track listing|
|US||1984||Warner Bros.||12PRO||PRO-A-2131||see promo track listing|
|FRA/GER/NET||1984||Polydor||7"||817 990-1||see 12" track listing|
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