Ghosts (Japan song)
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|Single by Japan|
|from the album Tin Drum|
|B-side||"The Art of Parties" (Version)|
|Format||Vinyl 7" & 12"|
|Producer(s)||Japan, Steve Nye|
|Japan singles chronology|
"Ghosts" was a single by the British band Japan from the 1981 album Tin Drum. It reached number five in the UK Singles Chart in 1982. Although it was their biggest hit, this was not enough to stop the band splitting a few months later.
Bereft of drums, the minimalist track would not be described as a "commercially viable" single in most circumstances. However, Japan's popularity at the time, in addition to the early 1980s fashion for New Wave music, allowed the single to become unexpectedly popular.
- 7" VS472, 7" picture disc VSY72, 12" VS47212
- "Ghosts" (single mix) - 3:55
- "The Art of Parties" ("Version" - live) - 5:18
A cover of Ghosts is available on the song list for the dance game DDRMAX: Dance Dance Revolution 6thMIX.
The song is also featured in the 2008 Norwegian film "The Man Who Loved Yngve".
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