Colors (2) ‎– Never Mind

Label:
Discomagic Records ‎– MIX 228
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A Never Mind 5:35
B Never Mind (Instrumental) 5:30

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Credits

Notes

Thanks to: Luciano Saracino, Roberta Bacciolo, Toti Canzoneri
Special thanks to: Maddalena, Paola and Elisabetta Sanino

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  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
6.14342, 6.14342 AC Colors (2) Never Mind(7", Single) Jump Records (5), Jump Records (5) 6.14342, 6.14342 AC Germany 1985 Sell This Version
(49) 549 174 Colors (2) Never Mind(12", Maxi) Hispavox (49) 549 174 Spain 1985 Sell This Version
DS-065 Colors (2) Never Mind(12", Ltd) Warner Bros. Records DS-065 Philippines 1985 Sell This Version
6.20417, 6.20417 AE Colors (2) Never Mind(12", Ora) Jump Records (5), Jump Records (5) 6.20417, 6.20417 AE Germany 1985 Sell This Version
EP-M5-DS-065 Colors (2) Never Mind(Cass, Maxi, EP) Warner Bros. Records EP-M5-DS-065 Philippines 1985 Sell This Version

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coolmac

coolmac

February 15, 2010
This is a nice song. I agree that the female lead vocalist, Mauro Santoro, sings English well. The music of this song is really NEW WAVE kind of Ballad. I kinda like this song.
superguysanti

superguysanti

September 8, 2007
edited over 7 years ago
A sad, quite lonely song mixed in with an italo-disco beat sums this record up quite well. This particular song is quite different from other songs of its genre as, for one thing, the female lead vocalist sings in English quite well. Most of the words are still intelligible as opposed to other Italian songs of the time which were nearly gibberish. The instrumental direction of this song also provides a moody atmosphere as it is composed of a very simple drum pattern and a bass guitar. An emotional saxophone solo is also included and finishes off the song. Depending on which side you're listening to, the saxophone either finishes off its solo or is abruptly cut and faded. This would lead to my only complaint about this particular release. The B-side says its an instrumental side yet it also contains full vocals (the b-side was actually the one included on the I Love Disco Diamonds Collection). Otherwise though, this is a really great song and its just as great in the club as it is when you're taking walks at night.