I Call Your Name (Roxette song)

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"I Call Your Name"
Single by Roxette
from the album Pearls of Passion
B-side "Surrender"
Released 20 January 1988
Format 7", 12"
Genre Pop
Length 3:21
Writer(s) Per Gessle
Roxette singles chronology
"It Must Have Been Love (Christmas for the Broken Hearted)"
"I Call Your Name"

"I Call Your Name" was a single taken from Roxette's first album Pearls of Passion. The single was released on 20 January 1988 and was only released in Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg and The Netherlands.

Two versions of the song exist. The original album version, which is more of a pop song, while the Frank Mono-Mix (released on the single) is more rock orientated, with extra guitars and heavier drumming. Both versions are available on most remastered CD issues of the album, with the latter mix featuring as one of the bonus tracks.

In 2010 enBanda, an Uruguayan band, recorded an own version of the song and is available to listen at http://www.snowfish.com/enBanda


Track listing[edit]

Released: 20-1-1988 // EMI / 1363007

  • Side A
  1. "I Call Your Name" (Frank Mono-mix)
  • Side B
  1. "Surrender"

The 12" version includes the tracks I Call Your Name (Frank Mono 12" remix) and Soul Deep.[1]


  1. ^ a b "'I Call Your Name' single info". www.thelookforroxette.com. 

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