|Song by David Bowie|
|from the album Let's Dance|
|Recorded||Power Station, New York City, December 1982|
|Genre||Pop rock, dance-rock|
|Label||EMI America Records
B 8190 (US)
|Songwriter(s)||Duncan Browne, Peter Godwin and Sean Lyons|
|Let's Dance track listing|
David Bowie recorded it in 1982 for the album Let's Dance. Stevie Ray Vaughan played lead guitar on it. This version was also released as the B-side of the single "Without You" in November 1983. When first released it was banned from the Radio One playlist for its 'suggestive' lyrical content. It is rumoured that the US military played it through a large PA system as a form of aural encouragement whilst trying to dislodge General Manuel Noriega from his office during their invasion of Panama in 1989.
There is also a cover on The Tenth Stage's self-titled 2006 album.
- Stanley, Bob (2013-09-13). Yeah Yeah Yeah: The Story of Modern Pop.
- Diton, Robert (2012-04-09). "David Bowie releases his best-selling album in 1983". Examiner.com.
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