Wall Of Voodoo - Far Side Of Crazy album
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Far Side of Crazy" is a song by the new wave group Wall of Voodoo from their album Seven Days in Sammystown. It was released on 7" and 12" singles in 1985. The song was the band's biggest hit in Australia, reaching in the Australian Charts and staying in the top 100 for 21 weeks. It was featured in the 1985 movie Head Office. A music video combining black and white and full color footage was made for the song.
And I remain on the far side of crazy I remain the mortal enemy of man No hundred dollar cure will save me Can't stay a boy in no man's land. I once hid my lust for stardom Like a filthy magazine I stroked the shaft on my guitar And watched you on the screen I've become now what I wanted To be all along a psychopathic poet The Devil's bastard son. And I remain on the far side of crazy I remain the mortal enemy of man No hundred dollar cure will save me Can't stay a boy in no man's land. I shot an actor for an actress But he lived to make a joke Shot two other men.
I'm Pilate and Jesus And I wept when Lennon died Yet I envied his assailant When I visited the shrine I cried for all those Beatle fans So old so quick they grow I follow the example to destroy What I love most. Enviar la traducción Agregar a la playlist Tamaño.
Seven Days in Sammystown is the third studio album by American new wave band Wall of Voodoo, released in 1985. This was the first Wall of Voodoo album to include Andy Prieboy on vocals and Ned Leukhardt on drums. It includes their cover version of "Dark as a Dungeon". The album reached on the Australian charts. The track "Far Side of Crazy" is featured in the 1985 movie Head Office.
Sample of Wall of Voodoo "Far Side of Crazy" from Seven Days in Sammystown (1985). The second half of "Ring of Fire" features a dissonant guitar solo covering the theme to the 1966 film Our Man Flint. The band's first full-length album, Dark Continent, followed in 1981. The band continued to record and perform under this lineup until 1988, though their sound was slightly different from the style of music they played in the earlier Stan Ridgway-fronted lineup. In 1985 they released Seven Days in Sammystown. The first single, "Far Side of Crazy", did well in Australia, reaching number 23 on the ARIA charts. The song is still heard today on the Austereo Triple M network. In 1987, the band released their fourth studio album, Happy Planet.
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Far Side of Crazy - Wall of Voodo. Wall of Voodoo (Original Mix) - Savage Circuit. Talkin' Wall Of Voodoo Blues - Stan Ridgway. Mexican Radio (Wall of Voodoo cover) - FCUE. Wall - Eileen Rodgers. Voodoo - Dark Side of Progressive. Voodoo - Glitch Show. Voodoo - Morten Granau.
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- Producer – Ian Broudie
- Remix – Pete Hammond
- Written-By – Andy Prieboy
NotesFrom The Album "Seven Days In Sammystown" (IRS-5662)
Same Track Both Sides
|IRM 111||Wall Of Voodoo||Far Side Of Crazy (7", Single)||I.R.S. Records||IRM 111||UK||1986|
|ES 1098||Wall Of Voodoo||Far Side Of Crazy (7", Single)||Illegal Records||ES 1098||Australia||1985|
|ILSA 12.6846||Wall Of Voodoo||Far Side Of Crazy (12", Maxi)||I.R.S. Records||ILSA 12.6846||Netherlands||1986|
|ES 1098||Wall Of Voodoo||Far Side Of Crazy (7")||I.R.S. Records||ES 1098||Australia||1985|
|IRMT 111||Wall Of Voodoo||Far Side Of Crazy (12", Single)||I.R.S. Records||IRMT 111||UK||1986|