Visage ‎– Visage

Label:
Polydor ‎– PX-1-501, Polydor ‎– 2929 099
Format:
Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 We Move (Dance Mix)
Written By – S. Strange/M. Ure/B. Currie/J. McGeoch/R. Egan/D. FormulaWritten-By – B. Currie*, D. Formula*, J. McGeoch*, M. Ure*, R. Egan*, S. Strange*
6:28
A2 Frequency 7 (Dance Mix)
Written By – S. Strange/M. Ure/B. Currie/J. McGeoch/R. Egan/D. Formula/B. AdamsonWritten-By – B. Adamson*, B. Currie*, D. Formula*, J. McGeoch*, M. Ure*, R. Egan*, S. Strange*
5:03
B1 Blocks On Blocks
Written By – S. Strange/M. Ure/B. Currie/J. McGeoch/R. Egan/D. FormulaWritten-By – B. Currie*, D. Formula*, J. McGeoch*, M. Ure*, R. Egan*, S. Strange*
3:56
B2 Fade To Grey (Dance Mix)
Written By – Payne/M. Ure/B. CurrieWritten-By – B. Currie*, Payne*, M. Ure*
6:44
B3 Tar
Written By – S. Strange/M. Ure/B. Currie/J. McGeoch/R. Egan/D. Formula/B. AdamsonWritten-By – B. Adamson*, B. Currie*, D. Formula*, J. McGeoch*, M. Ure*, R. Egan*, S. Strange*
3:31

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Notes

Also exists 2 other US releases with slightly different center labels.
Labels reads here Side A, Side B versus Visage PX-1-501 states Side One, Side Two versus Visage PX-1-501 states Side 1, Side 2.

[back sleeve]
A Morrison-O'Donnell Production.
A1, A2: ℗ 1981 PolyGram Records, Inc.
B1 to B3: ℗ 1980 PolyGram Records, Inc.
© 1980 Morrison-O'Donnell Productions, Ltd.
Manufactured and marketed by PolyGram Records, Inc.
Also avaailable on Cassette (CS-1-501)
Printed in U.S.A.

[labels]
Manufactured by Polydor Incorporated
ASCAP
℗ 1981 PolyGram Records, Inc.

2nd cat# on labels: Intl. #2929 099

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runouts Side A): A- ◁ PX.I.50I·AS-K
  • Matrix / Runout (Runouts Side B): B- ◁ PX.I.50I·BS-KI

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PX-1-501, 2929 099 Visage Visage(12") Polydor, Polydor PX-1-501, 2929 099 US 1981 Sell This Version
CX-1-501 Visage Visage(Cass, EP) Polydor CX-1-501 US 1981 Sell This Version
PX-1-501 Visage Visage(12", EP, TP) Polydor PX-1-501 US 1981 Sell This Version
PX-1-501 Visage Visage E.P.(12", EP) Polydor PX-1-501 US 1981 Sell This Version
PEP 306 Visage Visage(12", MiniAlbum) Polydor PEP 306 Canada 1981 Sell This Version

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453378

453378

March 17, 2016
'We Move' and 'Fade to Grey' are classic releases. But it is the killer track 'Frequency 7 (Dance Mix)' that proves to be
the standout track on this ÚS 12" released in 1980. Very similar to later electro, early Detroit. Is Li'l Louis 'Frequency' of 1987 a tribute?
meineid

meineid

December 10, 2007

On the B-side that little Remix-EP was released the one and only authentical "extended" version of "Fade To Grey" (6:44).

Strangewise was on the actual 12'' a merely self-repeating Single-Edit (one cut only!). Impudently advertised as "Special Maxi Version" it may remains as the most disappointing Maxi-Version ever.
I don't know, what was the crucial factor that decided the company. Probably nobody suspected "Fade To Grey" will stay as one of the most remarkable singles of Pop-Music. Listening the record made probably every customer angry (or just speechless?). It might be a kind of excuse to release that Remix-EP for small money with three dance mixes and another two songs from the Longplay.