Talk:In Visible Silence

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"...editions include single version of Paranoimia" - are you quite sure??[edit]

I've never seen an edition of this album with the Max Headroom version on it, I was always under the impression that the television rights to this character limited his appearance to the singles. I've only ever see the standard CD edition and the reissue with the Peter Gunn Twang Mix put on the end. Can someone confirm this information please...? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Thumbsucker-UK (talkcontribs) .

My copy has a 6:41 version of the song that includes vocals by Max Headroom, but they're completely different from the single. - EurekaLott 13:55, 25 August 2006 (UTC)

The single version was done subsequent to the original LP release. Therefore, while there is no original vinyl version with Max Headroom. later CD issues include the single version with him.

Sketcherone (talk) 05:22, 10 October 2008 (UTC) The LP I have (certainly an 80s press) has a more maximal version of Paranoimia (with Max Headroom) that clocks in at 6:41. I want to say that I hear more differences on this album than on the CD too, but can't quite place it.

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