Love Removal Machine

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"Love Removal Machine"
Single by The Cult
from the album Electric
Released February 16, 1987
Format Vinyl 7" and 12"
Cassette
Recorded 1986
Genre Hard rock, heavy metal
Length 4:17
Label Beggars Banquet
Writer(s) Ian Astbury, Billy Duffy
Producer(s) Rick Rubin
The Cult singles chronology
"Revolution"
(1985)
"Love Removal Machine"
(1987)
"Lil' Devil"
(1987)

"Love Removal Machine" is a song recorded by the British rock band The Cult. It was the first single to be released from the group's 1987 album Electric. First recorded during a radio session, it had a different arrangement, was recorded for the band's third album, Peace. When that album was scrapped, it was re-recorded for the replacement album, Electric. An extended remix was also created and released on a 12" single. The song was named the 74th best hard rock song of all time by VH1.

Track listing[edit]

Double Vinyl 7"
  1. "Love Removal Machine"
  2. "Wolf Child's Blues"
  3. "Conquistador"
  4. "Groove Co"
Vinyl 7"
  1. "Love Removal Machine"
  2. "Wolf Child's Blues"
Vinyl 12"
  1. "Love Removal Machine (Extended Version)"
  2. "Love Removal Machine"
  3. "Wolf Child's Blues"
  4. "Conquistador"
  5. "Groove Co"
Cassette
  1. Love Removal Machine
  2. Wolf Child's Blues
  3. Conquistador
  4. Groove Co
  5. Love Removal Machine (Extended Version)

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