Thin Line Between Love and Hate
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|"Thin Line Between Love and Hate"|
|Single by The Persuaders|
|from the album Thin Line Between Love and Hate|
|Format||7" (45 rpm)|
"Thin Line Between Love and Hate" is the title of a 1971 song by the New York City-based R&B vocal group The Persuaders. The song was written and produced by the Poindexter brothers, Robert and Richard, and was also co-written by Jackie Members.
- Roots reggae artist BB Seaton did a version on his 1973 album of the same name
- British reggae band Black Slate also did a cover on their 1980 Ensign Records album "Amigo"
- The rock band The Pretenders recorded a version of this song that was included on their 1984 album Learning to Crawl. Featuring Paul Carrack on keyboards and backing vocals, this version peaked at #83 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and #49 on the UK Singles Chart.
- A sample of "Thin Line Between Love and Hate" was featured in the song "Washed Away" by the hip-hop band Arrested Development. This song can be found on their 1992 album 3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life Of....
- Also in 1992, rapper Kid Frost sampled this song on his track "Thin Line". This song is included on his album East Side Story and reached #82 on the Billboard R&B chart.
- In 1995, Annie Lennox recorded a cover of this song that was featured on her second solo album Medusa.
- In 1996, R&B vocal trio H-Town recorded the song, which was included in the film A Thin Line Between Love and Hate starring Martin Lawrence. Released as "A Thin Line Between Love & Hate", this version featured Shirley Murdock on female vocals and reached #6 on the Billboard R&B chart and #37 on the Billboard Hot 100.
- In 2000, Chrissie Hynde performed a cover version on Da Ali G Show. During the performance, Ali G said the song was "depressing", and sped it up into a jungle song, with backup dancers.
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|Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs number one single
October 2–9, 1971
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