Anything (The Damned song)
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|Single by The Damned|
|from the album Anything|
|B-side||"The Year of the Jackal"|
|Released||6 November 1986|
|Recorded||Puk Recording Studios
|Writer(s)||Jugg, Scabies, Vanian, Merrick|
|The Damned singles chronology|
"Anything" was a single released by The Damned in 1986.
Previewing the group's new album of the same name, the song saw a slight move away from the Goth rock of Phantasmagoria, moving closer to a more classic rock sound. The single received lukewarm reviews, and considering the success of the previous album, and "Eloise", its UK #32 peak was seen as a disappointment.
- "Anything" (Jugg, Scabies, Vanian, Merrick) - 4:48
- "The Year of the Jackal" (Jugg, Scabies, Vanian, Merrick)
Bonus Tracks on 12" single: -
- "Anything (Another Mix)" (Jugg, Scabies, Vanian, Merrick)
- "Thanks for the Night (Rat Mix)" (Sensible)
The 12" version omitted "The Year of the Jackal".
Bonus Tracks on 10" single: -
- "Anything (Yet Another Mix)" (Jugg, Scabies, Vanian, Merrick)
- "Anything (Instrumental)" (Jugg, Scabies, Vanian, Merrick) - 4:48