Big Blue World

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"Big Blue World"
Single by Paul Haig
from the album The Warp Of Pure Fun
Released 1984
Format 7"/12"
Recorded June 1984
Genre Synth Pop
Label Les Disques Du Crepuscule
Writer(s) Paul Haig
Producer(s) Paul Haig & Alan Rankine
Paul Haig singles chronology
Never Give Up (Party Party) Big Blue World The Only Truth

Sixth single from former Josek K vocalist Paul Haig. Produced by Haig and former Associates instrumentalist Alan Rankine. Released in the UK and across Europe by Les Disques Du Crepuscule.

One of the b-sides is "Ghost Rider", a cover of the Suicide song, written by Martin Rev and Alan Vega.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Big Blue World
  2. Ghost Rider
  3. Endless Song

Reviews[edit]

Big Blue World, Sounds, 20 October 1984
Paul Haig is back with a vengeance. Two weeks ago this column sang the praises of the man with an orange haircut. Now, just a fortnight after The Only Truth comes Big Blue World, a massive pulsating burst of take this job and shove it optimism. He steps out into the clear fresh air with a giant croon Tom Jones couldn't surpass and the backbeat is hard enough to wake the dead.

Don't be vague - ask for Haig.

Big Blue World, Belgian 12" single sleeve