Saturday Night Band ‎– Come On Dance, Dance

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S CBS 12 6367 Saturday Night Band Come On Dance, Dance(12", Ltd) CBS S CBS 12 6367 UK 1978 Sell This Version
PR 71104 Saturday Night Band Come On Dance Dance / Touch Me On My Hot Spot(7", Promo) Prelude Records PR 71104 Italy 1978 Sell This Version
640 151 Saturday Night Band Come On Dance, Dance (Part 1 + 2)(7", Single) Prelude Records 640 151 France 1978 Sell This Version
144.637 Saturday Night Band Come On Dance, Dance(7") Prelude Records 144.637 Netherlands 1978 Sell This Version
PLCS-1784 Saturday Night Band Come On Dance, Dance(7") Prelude Records PLCS-1784 Brazil 1978 Sell This Version
PR 71104 Saturday Night Band Come On Dance, Dance(7") Prelude Records PR 71104 Italy 1978 Sell This Version
PRL 71104X Saturday Night Band Come On Dance, Dance(7") Prelude Records PRL 71104X Canada 1978 Sell This Version
PRL 71104 Saturday Night Band Come On Dance, Dance(7", Promo, Styrene) Prelude Records PRL 71104 US 1978 Sell This Version
PRS-101 Saturday Night Band Come On Dance, Dance(7", Single) Prelude Records PRS-101 Spain 1978 Sell This Version
S CBS 6367 Saturday Night Band Come On Dance, Dance(7", Single) CBS, Prelude Records S CBS 6367 UK 1978 Sell This Version
PRS101 Saturday Night Band Come On Dance, Dance(7", Single, Promo) Prelude Records PRS101 Spain 1978 Sell This Version
S CBS 6367 Saturday Night Band Come On Dance, Dance(7", Single, Promo) CBS S CBS 6367 UK 1978 Sell This Version
S CBS 6367 Saturday Night Band Come On Dance, Dance(7", Single, Pyr) CBS S CBS 6367 UK 1978 Sell This Version
PRL 71104 Saturday Night Band Come On Dance, Dance(7", Styrene) Prelude Records PRL 71104 US 1978 Sell This Version
VIP-2646, PREL-1001 Saturday Night Band ダンス・ダンス Come On Dance, Dance(7", Single) Prelude Records, Prelude Records VIP-2646, PREL-1001 Japan 1978 Sell This Version

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idg4

idg4

June 7, 2017
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Come On Dance, Dance, 12", Ltd, S CBS 12 6367
I suspect that the common albeit illogical practice of releasing imports in the UK with shortened 12" mixes had something to do with the way in which the official charts were composed in the 70's where singles that exceeded a specific duration (I believe it was 5 minutes) would be excluded. This was explained as being due to time constraints for radio broadcasters who prefered the standard 3 minute single that predominated popular music from the 1950's when teenagers took to the then new format as it replaced 78rpm records. More minutes per track means less tracks per hour. The invention of the 12" changed things in so many ways. Thank the lord...
AndyPandy2000

AndyPandy2000

September 1, 2015
referencing Come On Dance, Dance, 12", Ltd, S CBS 12 6367
What the hell was wrong with British record company people at this time - there you had the concept of the 12inch and all that space to feature the full length version of the song and these idiots over here still only put a ridiculous 5.48 edit of the tune on it. This wasn't the only time such idiocy proliferated - James Hamilton in his legenday 'Disco' colum at the time mentioned it happening all the time. I'm still mystified why they did it.