Hey Mister Heartache

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"Hey Mister Heartache"
Single by Kim Wilde
from the album Close
B-side "Tell Me Where You Are"
Released 18 April 1988
Format 7", 12", CD-single
Recorded 1987
Genre Pop
Length 4:35 (Album Version)
3:54 (7" Version)
8:05 (12" Version)
Label MCA
Writer(s) Kim Wilde, Steve Byrd
Producer(s) Ricki Wilde, Tony Swain
Kim Wilde singles chronology
"Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree"
(1987)
"Hey Mister Heartache"
(1988)
"You Came"
(1988)

"Hey Mister Heartache" is the first single from Close, the 1988 album by British singer Kim Wilde.

Although only a minor hit in Wilde's native UK, it was a Top 20 success throughout Europe and marked the beginning of a very successful year for the star — during which she would have a best-selling album, several more successful singles and support Michael Jackson on the European leg of his tour.

"Hey Mister Heartache" featured vocals by Junior Giscombe (with whom Wilde had previously duetted on a hit the previous year). However, this part of the song was edited down for the single version. The song was also extended for the 12" and CD-single formats, and a second 12" featuring a remix by Kilowatt was also released in the UK.

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1988) Peak
position
UK 31
Norway 3
Sweden 6
Italy 7
Switzerland 12
Germany 13
Denmark 14
Ireland 22
Netherlands 37
Australia 96

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