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Track Listing. Blue Rodeo. Hasn't Hit Me Yet. Bad Timing. What Is This Love. English Bay. Head Over Heels. Till I Gain Control Again. Rodney Crowell. In all other territories, it was released in a single edit 3'15" which edited out some of the verses later in the song. It was, however, also released in Netherlands later in the year, and in Yugoslavia but with only "Velvet Goldmine" on the B Side.
It is one of the many tracks from the recording session in late which ended up as B Sides over the following years, along with the singles "Sorrow" with "Amsterdam""Drive-In Saturday" with "Round and Round" and "Diamond Dogs" with "Holy Holy" [rerecorded version]. The single was never released, although a few copies were pressed.
It came out as a B Side to the official retrospective single "Suffragette City" in the UK and some other territories where the ChangesOneBowie compilation was being promoted; and as an A Side in the USA and some other territories where the compilation album was not being prompted.
In addition, "Stay" appears in two formats: the album version 6'16" and single edit 3' The "Suffragette City" single had the album version on the B Side except in Germany ; while the "Stay" single used the edited version in all the territories where it was released.
Both compilation and single were focused upon the UK market. Bowie's first 12" single. Except, not really Nic Pegg writes: 'In an unusual experiment, a 12" promo issued in American featured a seven-minute remix consisting of "Sound and Vision" segueing into Iggy Pop 's " Sister Midnight ". The single version worldwide was an edited cut of the album version, but was released in both Germany and France in two formats: in the original English and in the respective languages.
The "'Heroes'" album was also released in Germany and France with the song "'Heroes'" full length version in different language versions. The 12" single commercially released for "'Heroes'", however, was only released in Spain.
However, this 12" was also released in the US as a promo: labelled as the 'Disco Version'. The song is an extended version of "Breaking Glass" from the Low album. Interestingly, the labels on the actual record say that both songs come from the live album Stage. They do not. The versions of the tracks on it ["Boys Keep Swinging" 12"] are the same as on the 7" singles and the album.
In Netherlands, an edited version of the album track was released. The singles had different B Sides. Nic Pegg claims that it replaced "Boys Keep Swinging". This was after both the UK and the States had seen the single "D. From the Just a Gigolo soundtrack album. The French version was called "Disco Remix" but is just the full length version of the track as per the UK edition. The song had featured prominently and a live version from that tour would appear on the live album Stage.
The studio version was thus recorded prior to the recording of the Lodger album which began in September It is a slight remix which 'notably extends the deafening silence after the line "may God's love be with you" by a full three-and-a-half seconds'.
It is the second version of the song that has been released as a single many times, beginning late and providing Bowie with his first UK hit. The song was originally to be the closing track of Scary Monsters It was, however, dropped and replaced during the recording process. The song was instead used in on a Japanese television commercial for a sake brand called Crystal Jun Rock.
Bowie also appeared in the commercial. The German 12" has the 'Disco mix' on the A Side, which is just the full length version of the song as on the album Scary Monsters This made a lot of sense as the song features Japanese vocals from Hisahi Miura. This is because both 7" and Album) versions of this rather limited release had the same edit of the song, taken from the Scary Monsters Both 7" and 12" versions of this rather unusually used exactly the same cuts of the tracks.
The song runs at 5'58" on all these records, however, a special edit was created running at 3'34" for the music video. Again, as with the previous "Up the Hill Backwards" and "Under Pressure" singles, both 7" and 12" versions used exactly the same cuts of the tracks.
The album and single were focused upon UK and Europe. No single went out in the USA. In SeptemberBowie and Tony Visconti went to the Hansa studios in Berlin to re-record the five songs for this single release. The single came out in February just prior to the TV film broadcast on 2 March The album version ran at 6'08" and it was this that appeared on the standard 12" releases as well as the Portugal 7".
The standard 7" single version of the track was an edit running at 4'08". In Australia, a special extended remix was released LP at 9'20 with 'added saxophone and synthesiser'. In addition, Album), there were various promo edits and a USA DJ edit of the album version, varying between 3'08" and 5'32".
And while an official retrospective release by his record company at the time RCABowie was not happy about the release and it was essentially unsanctioned: 'a piece of opportunism which did little to improve Bowie's relationship with his soon-to-be-former label'.
There was also a USA DJ version of the song, named the 'extended edit', so longer than the standard Album) edit, but shorter than the full album version. At the time "Modern Love" [live] was a non-album track it has however later appeared on both the Serious Moonlight live DVD reissue  as an audio only extra and been included on the album of the same name  as its final track — although the film was recorded at the Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, Canada on 12 September In some territories only the 7" was issued — such as the USA.
There was also, however, an extended mix issued in America on a various artists 12" via DJ subscription only label Disconet. Furthermore, while a single edit was prepared from both the album track and the dance mix, these were never used and the release only came out on 12".
In USA 12" 2 was replaced by a slightly different version which included the single edit and replaced the 'extended dub mix' with the 'extended dance mix'. There were also some other local variations of 12"s, including Germany and Brazil. Bowie also re-recorded the vocals in Spanish the song becoming known as Al Alba' and 'Dia Tras Diaalthough it was only played on the radio in Spain once and was not originally released as a single.
Despite the song "Tin Machine" appearing on the label as 'A' for 7" and 12", and '1' for the CD, as well as the back sleeves track listings putting "Tin Machine" at the top, the front cover of the single listed "Maggie's Farm [live]" before "Tin Machine", and the single was promoted with a video of "Maggie's Farm [live]".
However, it went unboradcast. Reasons include the sexual nature of some of the images in the video, and that - given this was the earliest days of the music video - Bowie's manager Tony Defries wanted to charge the BBC what they saw as exorbitant fee.
The first version was recorded on 2 February during the making of the music video film Love You Till Tuesdayand consequently had a contemporaneous video made for it see 'Music video films', below.
This single did not have a video made for it at the time. European versions of the single were the full-length album recording 5' It contains one complete take, and 8 partial takes of "Heroes" [ The only complete take of "Heroes", Take 1, was barely used — all that was included was the 10 seconds of "I would be king, and you, you would be queen" [ And about 3 minutes of close-ups of Bowie slowly bringing his hand to his face, mimicking the "Heroes" album cover whilst Sense of Doubt plays in the background.
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