|A||Duel (Bitter Sweet)||7:36|
|B||Jewel (Cut Rough)||6:53|
- Engineer [Junior] – Bobby Kraushar*
- Executive-Producer [Zang Tuum Tumb's Musical Director Is…] – Trevor Horn
- Painting – Anton Corbijn
- Photography By – David Levine (11), Peter Brown (23)
- Producer – S.J. Lipson*
- Programmed By – Michael Mertens
- Sleeve [Designed By] – The London Design Partnership, Z.T.T.*
- Vocals – Claudia Brücken, Susanne Freytag
- Written-By – Brücken*, Mertens*, Dorper*
"Susanne compels her boyfriend to do infamous things, Ralf loves flowers and certain smells. Claudia takes an interest in shocking and disgusting things, Michael's ambition is to compose an immortal Hymn."
"Michael Mertens: writing, programming, identifying, demonstrating. Ralf Dorper: writing, pursuing, defining, translating. Claudia Brücken: singing, writing, corrupting, raging. Susanne Freytag: embracing, accumulating, singing, demanding. This is Propaganda: their ambition is to make some repairs. What motivates them? Error, and terror."
"Photography by David Levine (screams) and Peter Brown (skin shots) captured at various times in different rooms in the East End of London. Painting of the Beaten Heart by Anton Corbijn, snatched from inside the body. Propaganda Management: Keith Bourton at Heavenly Management. Catalogue number 12 ZTAS 8 (making it number eight in Z.T.T.'s concerned Action Series)."
Some copies came shrinkwrapped with a copy of Dr. Mabuse (13th Life Mix) in plain black die-cut sleeve.
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|ZTAS 8, Ztas8||Propaganda||Duel (7", Single, Pap)||ZTT, ZTT||ZTAS 8, Ztas8||UK||1985||Sell This Version|
|D07D-2002||Propaganda||Duel (7")||Polystar||D07D-2002||Japan||1985||Sell This Version|
|R13D-2002||Propaganda||Duel (12")||Polystar, Island Records||R13D-2002||Japan||1985||Sell This Version|
|107 336-100, 107 336||Propaganda||Duel (7", Single)||ZTT, Island Records||107 336-100, 107 336||Europe||1985||Sell This Version|
|D07D-2002||Propaganda||Duel (7", Promo)||Polystar||D07D-2002||Japan||1985||Sell This Version|