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The Tom Tom Club*The Man With The 4-Way Hips

Label:Sire – 0-20132, Sire – 9 20132 - 0A
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Disco, Leftfield

Tracklist

AThe Man With The 4-Way Hips (Long Version)7:20
B1The Man With The 4-Way Hips (Dub Version)7:12
B2The Man With The 4-Way Hips (Short Version)3:30
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Original version available on the Sire album "Close To The Bone".

Track A appears as Long Version on cover, and as Extended Version on inner label.
B2 appears as Short Version on cover, but as Edited Version on inner label.
H or baseball symbol after Sterling indicates mastering by Greg Calibi.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Price Code (On spine): $4.98
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 020132-A-SH1 Q B-18380-SH1 SLM △4941 I-I Sterling H
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 020132-B-SH1 Q B-18381-SH1 SLM △4941-X I-I Sterling H

Other Versions (5 of 27)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
The Man With The 4-Way Hips (7", 45 RPM, Single, Stereo)Island RecordsIS 117UK1983
The Man With The 4-Way Hips (12", 45 RPM, Stereo)Island Records12IS 117UK1983
Recently Edited
The Man With The 4-Way Hips (7", 45 RPM, Single)WEA7-29549Australia1983
Recently Edited
The Man With The 4-Way Hips (7", 45 RPM, Single)AriolaB-105853Spain1983
New Submission
The Man With The 4 Way Hips (12", 45 RPM)Island RecordsWIPX 890Italy1983

Reviews

RugerioDelStereo's avatar
Play this one on 33/+8 for a different, more cosmic vibe.
jazzliscious's avatar
jazzliscious
Boy, the Tom Tom Club was a fun band! This is a fun song. Great keyboard work, very detailed production, danceable, I could just go on forever. What ever happened to the fine art of music making? Why did music production become so damn imbecilic? Bands like the Tom Tom Club weren't trying to impress the world with their skill, they were just making great, fun music - their skill was just inherent to their body of work and they didn't have to flaunt it. Tracks like this one make me wonder these things - it's so good but still lots of fun, and not meant to be taken seriously. Why can't that still be the case? I've seen so many armchair producers with their laptops beaming about how great their "dope new track" is and I can only yawn when I hear that they just sampled an '80s track and looped it a few dozen times and added some 909 kick and hi-hat and a few "soundzzz". I mean, God, when will it end? Check out tracks like this one! That was great production, and they weren't ripping anybody off! They were just having loads of fun in the studio. Listen to this one on headphones...