Daryl Hall John Oates* ‎– Out Of Touch

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RCA Victor ‎– PW-13917
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A Out Of Touch
Edited By – The Latin RascalsEngineer [Remix] – J. Burnett*Lyrics By, Music By, Words By – Daryl Hall & John OatesProducer [Additional Production], Remix – Arthur Baker
7:36
B1 Out Of Touch (Dub Version)
Edited By – The Latin RascalsEngineer [Remix] – J. Burnett*Lyrics By, Words By, Music By – Daryl Hall & John OatesProducer [Additional Production], Remix – Arthur Baker
7:24
B2 Cold Dark And Yesterday
Mixed By – Bob ClearmountainMusic By, Lyrics By – John Oates
4:35

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From the 'Big Bam Boom' album, AJL1-5336

Hot-Cha Music Co./Unichappell Music, Inc., BMI
℗ 1984 RCA Records
© 1984, RCA Records.
Made/Printed in U.S.A.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PB-13916 Daryl Hall John Oates* Out Of Touch / Cold, Dark And Yesterday(7", Single) RCA PB-13916 US 1984 Sell This Version
PB-13916 Daryl Hall John Oates* Out Of Touch(7", Single) RCA PB-13916 Canada 1984 Sell This Version
TDS-237 Daryl Hall And John Oates* Out Of Touch / Cold, Dark And Yesterday(12") RCA Victor TDS-237 Australia & New Zealand 1984 Sell This Version
PW 13917 Daryl Hall John Oates* Out Of Touch(12", Single) RCA Victor PW 13917 Canada 1984 Sell This Version
PB 3916 Daryl Hall & John Oates Out Of Touch(7", Single) RCA PB 3916 Italy 1984 Sell This Version

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GalaxyExplorer

GalaxyExplorer

May 7, 2013
edited over 5 years ago

It is likely that no one has ever made it thru the entire dub version, one of Arthur Baker's worst pieces of bombast. Which is a shame because he did such a great job on the extended version here (side one) and the video version, which itself never made it onto an official release.

"Cold Dark and Yesterday" is a great track. I didn't care for it that much when it came out; it screams 1984. But it's dated pretty well. Its mood and textures with its minor chords recall the title track from Heartbeat City by the Cars, another minor-key gem.