Talk:Time's Up (Living Colour album)

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A couple of minor things. I'm pretty sure the re-release predates 2002. I think I've had that release on CD for more than 10 years now. And I seem to recall 'Love rears its ugly head' went to number one in Australia and stayed there for a while, but I don't know where to find such info.

Sleeve[edit]

In the UK at least, the original LP had a different sleeve (this image is the CD). —Preceding unsigned comment added by 77.86.4.137 (talk) 12:47, 5 September 2008 (UTC)


cheers MuJoCh 00:57, 7 May 2007 (UTC)

Fair use rationale for Image:Times up.jpg[edit]

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Rerelease unlikly due to ownership issues?[edit]

Why is an 'ownership dispute' and the 'unlikely re-release in the near future' of LC's music seen over and over again on this and other pages? It sure sounds like a promotional ploy to get ppl eager for future releases in fact. first off this is not a criticism against the band, i was a fan back in the day and vernon reid is blisteringly shredular but.. This phrase is uncited on this page and a few others involving the Commercial Aspects of the Creative Material of the band Living Colour (not the funny Wayans' show 'In Living Color' for those who don't remember they were both popular at exactly the same time, sometimes making it confusing to reference one or the other) . Anyway...shouldn't there be something about why? Or if it is already on the band page, can this and the other instances be linked to it to settle the ambiguity? I'm not sure I myself can go and find a citable reference as to what the ownership dispute is about and who it is between, and maybe it doesn't matter since it's not pertaining to the actual music recorded. But someone's got it up already without citing it apparently, and it actually looks gossipy or possibly outdated. Phaedrx (talk) 08:52, 14 September 2013 (UTC)