Wild Weekend - Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Love? AlbumPerformer: Wild Weekend
Title: Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Love?
Cat#: R 6249
Size MP3 version: 1264 mb
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Wild Weekend - Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Love? Album
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Mixed By – Nick DavisProducer – Peter John VetteseProducer [Additional] – Wild Weekend
Producer – Jon Bull
|CDR 6249||Wild Weekend||Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Love? (CD, Single)||Parlophone||CDR 6249||UK||1990|
|12R 6249||Wild Weekend||Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Love? (12")||Parlophone||12R 6249||UK||1990|
|RP 6249||Wild Weekend||Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Love? (7", Single, Pos)||Parlophone||RP 6249||UK||1990|
|R 6249||Wild Weekend||Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Love? (7", Single, Sil)||Parlophone||R 6249||UK||1990|
- Film Director [Video Direction] – Howard Greenhalgh
- Management – Grant Black
- Photography By [Back] – Andy Catlin
- Photography By [Video] – Chris Craske
- Sleeve [Design] – Stylorouge
- Written-By – Scott, Bull
℗ © 1990
Manufactured in th UK by EMI Records Ltd.
- Barcode: 5 099920 379278
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): R 6249A
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): R 6249B
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): R 6249 A-2-1-2 D
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): R 6249 B-1-1-2 D
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Manufactured By – EMI Records Ltd.
- Published By – Island Music Ltd.
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