Londonbeat ‎– I've Been Thinking About You

Label:
Anxious Records ‎– ZT 43878, RCA ‎– ZT 43878
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Maxi-Single, White Picture Sleeve
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Tracklist

A I've Been Thinking About You (C'est Wot Mix) 5:38
B1 I've Been Thinking About You (Force Feel Dub Mix) 4:57
B2 I've Been Thinking About You (7" Version) 3:49

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Credits

Notes

℗ 1990 Anxious Records Ltd. Licensed through BMG Records (UK) Ltd.
© 1990 BMG Records (UK) Ltd.
Distributed in the UK by BMG Records, distribué en Europe par BMG/Ariola, Vertrieb in Europa durch BMG/Ariola.
Printed in West Germany.

Also released with a black background cover, same catalog# and tracks.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 012394 387860
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 007 DMD-6133 A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 007 DMD-6133 B-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): S ZT43878 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): S ZT43878 B
  • Other (Distribution Code): D: AF
  • Other (Distribution Code): F: RC120
  • Other (Distribution Code): UK: BB
  • Label Code: LC 7987
  • Rights Society: BIEM GEMA

Other Versions (5 of 30) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ZD43878 Londonbeat I've Been Thinking About You(CD, Maxi) Anxious Records, RCA ZD43878 Europe 1990 Sell This Version
ZB 43877 Londonbeat I've Been Thinking About You(7", Single) Anxious Records, RCA ZB 43877 Europe 1990 Sell This Version
3AZT43878, 3A ZT 43878 Londonbeat I've Been Thinking About You(12", Maxi) Anxious Records, Anxious Records 3AZT43878, 3A ZT 43878 Spain 1990 Sell This Version
ANX 14 Londonbeat I've Been Thinking About You(7", Single) Anxious Records ANX 14 UK 1990 Sell This Version
ANXCD 14 Londonbeat I've Been Thinking About You(CD, Single) Anxious Records, RCA ANXCD 14 UK & Europe 1990 Sell This Version

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Knusper2000

Knusper2000

November 30, 2004
edited over 11 years ago

Late 80's Euro Dance Hit, but I don't like the 7" Version because its this 80's Euro crap which my mother loved to dance to, everybody in Europe knows this song. It was a big hit and is still played on many radio stations.
However, the other two versions sound different and much better, because the don't use the same baseline and the same stupid Euro Beat, instead they are deeper and breakier.