Rhythm of Life

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For the Singapore TV series, see Rhythm of Life (TV series). For the Sweet Charity song, see The Rhythm of Life.
Rhythm of Life
Studio album by Paul Haig
Released 1983
Recorded 1983
Genre Synthpop
Label Island, Les Disques du Crépuscule
Producer Alex Sadkin, Paul Haig
Paul Haig chronology
Rhythm of Life
(1983)
The Warp of Pure Fun
(1986)

Rhythm of Life is a Paul Haig album originally released in 1983 on Island Records and recorded in New York and London by renowned producer Alex Sadkin. This collection of nine electro-funk cuts features guest musicians such as Bernie Worrell (Parliament/Funkadelic), Anton Fier (The Feelies/Golden Palominos), and Tom Bailey (Thompson Twins). RoL includes no less than four singles, and the standout track Adoration (originally written as a Josef K song).

In 2003, LTM released the first CD version with five bonus tracks taken from the 1984 mini album Rhythm of Life Remixes.

Track listing - 1983 release[edit]

  1. Heaven Sent
  2. Never Give Up (Party Party)
  3. Adoration
  4. Stolen Love
  5. Don't Rush In
  6. Blue for You
  7. In The World
  8. Justice
  9. Work Together

Track listing - 2003 release[edit]

  1. Heaven Sent
  2. Never Give Up (Party Party)
  3. Adoration
  4. Stolen Love
  5. Don't Rush In
  6. Blue for You
  7. In The World
  8. Justice
  9. Work Together
  10. Heaven Sent (Remix)
  11. Blue For You (Remix)
  12. Justice (Remix)
  13. Never Give Up (Remix)
  14. Stolen Love (Remix)