Talking Heads (1985) And She Was CAN 7″ Promo

Talking Heads (1985) And She Was CAN 7" Promo   Label: Sire Records
   Catalog#: 92 89177
   Format: Vinyl, 7″, 45RPM
   Country: CAN
   Released: 1985

Talking Heads (1985) And She Was CAN 7" PromoThe A Side:
And She Was 3:36

The B Side:
And She Was (Dub) 3:38

The Charts:

Chart Debuted Debut Pos. Peak Pos. Wks on Chart
Billboard Hot 100 9/7/85 94 54 20
Cash Box Top 100 9/28/85 87 48 16
Billboard Top Rock/Album Rock Tracks 7/20/85 11 18
Billboard Hot Dance/Disco 11/16/85 33 5

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Technics SL-1200MK2 Turntable
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Yamaha RX-Z1 A/V Receiver
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Turtle Beach Catalina sound card
Mustek Scan Express A3 1200 Scanner
Spin Clean Record Washer MKII

The Software:
Cool Edit Pro
Microsoft Digital Image Suite 2006
Microsoft ICE

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9 Responses to “Talking Heads (1985) And She Was CAN 7″ Promo”

  1. bobbih2 says:

    Great song from a great band! Thanks for this! [:

  2. ric says:

    Never knew of a dub. Very keen to check it out.
    Thanks Richie!
    Stiff miffed they didn’t do a 12″ remix for Road To Nowhere

  3. Seb says:

    Hey, but you know this is a misprint, right?

    The real rarity here is the a-side: The New Mix, exclusive to the canadian and the U.S. Promos! Compare to the album version, it has some extra changes here and there. It was the version used for the video shown in MTV back in the day.

    The b-side is the E.T. Version, an early fade of the Extended Version.

    • djrichiep says:

      I had no idea about any of that, very interesting! Thank you for pointing all that out.

      • Seb says:

        No, THANK YOU Richie! This is one of the best and coolest sites! The Dub is on the standard U.S. 7″ Singles, with the album version. Just compare the lenght on the label. The mix in this single is 4 minutes and a half long, and the dub is labeled at 3:38. I have to look in my 7″ singles if I still have the single, and rip it for you.

  4. Disco-D says:

    Yes. This is shorter version of the Eric E.T. Thorngren Dub Mix >

    There was another mix (used for the video) dubbed “New Mix” by Malcolm Pollack.

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