Emergency (Dial 999)

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"Emergency (Dial 999)"
Single by Loose Ends
from the album A Little Spice
B-side "Emergency (Dial 999) (Dub Mix)"
Released April 1984 (UK)
Format Vinyl (12"), Vinyl (7")
Recorded 1984
Genre R&B
Length 3:50
Label Virgin Records
Songwriter(s) Carl McIntosh, Jane Eugene, Steve Nichol
Producer(s) Nick Martinelli
Loose Ends singles chronology
"Tell Me What You Want"
(1984)
"Emergency (Dial 999)"
(1984)
"Choose Me (Rescue Me)"
(1984)
"Tell Me What You Want"
(1984)
"Emergency (Dial 999)"
(1984)
"Choose Me (Rescue Me)"
(1984)
A Little Spice track listing
"So Much Love"
(4)
"Emergency (Dial 999)"
(5)
"Music Takes Me Higher"
(6)

"Emergency (Dial 999)" is the second single by English R&B band Loose Ends from their first studio album, A Little Spice, and was released in April 1984 by Virgin Records. The 7" and 12" Version were remixed versions from the forthcoming album "A Little Spice". The single reached number 41 in the charts.

Track listing[edit]

7” Single: VS677

  1. "Emergency (Dial 999)" 3.50
  2. "Emergency (Dial 999) (Dub Mix)" 4.00

12” Single: VS677-12

  1. "Emergency (Dial 999) (Extended Remix)" 6.42 *
  2. "Emergency (Dial 999) (Dub Mix)" 5.55

* The Extended Remix version was released on CD on the U.S. Version of the 'A Little Spice' album (MCAD27141) andalso on the limited 3" CD Single of 'Hangin' On A String [Contemplating]' (Cat. No. CDT39).