|Produced by Keith Olsen, Mick Jones and Ian McDonald|
|Released on June 1978|
|US CHART POSITION #3 (charted July 1, 1978 for 17 weeks) . . . GOLD RECORD (9/12/78) . . . UK CHART POSITION #42|
|Find it at GEMM|
|3488 wo. picture sleeve
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O ne of those pick-up-the-chick-after-the-show songs, which number more than a few. Being a cold-blooded creature myself, this turned me off like a cold shower. The single version is radically edited from the elpee version, cutting out more than a minute of sexist swagger. The B side is the instrumental “Tramontane,” one of the most progressive moments from Double Vision. “Hot Blooded” was later reissued as a two-fer with “Double Vision.” The song “Hot Blooded” also appeared on the soundtrack to Vision Quest, which if I remember correctly was about some spanky little high-school wrestler who had a boner for some chick. Or as they say in the wrestling world, a match made in Heaven.
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|UK||October 1978||Atlantic||7"/7RED||K11167||avail. in red vinyl|
|GER||1978||Atlantic||7"||ATL 11167||picture sleeve|
|US||Atlantic Oldies Series||7"||OS 13209|
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