Heaven Sent (Paul Haig song)

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"Heaven Sent"
Single by Paul Haig
from the album Rhythm of Life
Released April 1983
Format 7"/12"
Recorded 1983
Genre Synthpop
Label Island, Les Disques du Crépuscule
Writer(s) Paul Haig
Producer(s) Alex Sadkin, Paul Haig
Paul Haig singles chronology
"Blue For You" "Heaven Sent" "Never Give Up (Party Party)"

"Heaven Sent" is the fourth solo single released by Paul Haig. It was released in the UK on Island Records licenced through Les Disques du Crépuscule in 1983. It reached a peak of position of number 73 on the UK Singles Chart.

This was Haig's first release with a large record label. The track, along with the companion album, Rhythm of Life, was recorded in New York with renowned produced Alex Sadkin. A wide range of guest musicians appeared on the album; Tom Bailey of the Thompson Twins, Bernie Worrell of Funkadelic and Anton Fier of The Feelies.

In mainland Europe, the single and album were released on Les Disques du Crépuscule.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Heaven Sent
  2. Running Away/Back Home