|Single by Debbie Gibson|
|from the album Out of the Blue|
"Between the Lines" (4:42)
|Released||February 11, 1988|
|Length||Album Version 4:20|
|Debbie Gibson singles chronology|
"Foolish Beat" (Atlantic 89109; Atlantic UK A9059) is the fourth single, and the first ballad release, from American singer-songwriter-actress Debbie Gibson. Originally recorded in the winter of 1987 for the Dream Tour, months prior to its inclusion on her album Out of the Blue (LP 81780), this made Gibson the youngest person to write, produce and sing a number-one single entirely on her own when "Foolish Beat" hit the top of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in the summer of 1988.
In 2010, Gibson re-recorded the song as an extra track for the Deluxe Edition release of the Japan-exclusive album Ms. Vocalist.
Track Listing (Atlantic DM 86556)
All songs written by Debbie Gibson - Music Sales Corp., ASCAP "Foolish Beat"
- 1. (Vocal/Extended Mix/6:46)
- 2. (Instrumental/4:29)
- 3. (Dream House Mix/10:03)
- Foolish Beat [LP Version] 4:20
- Foolish Beat [Extended Version] 6:40
- Foolish Beat [Extended Pull Version] 9:47
- Foolish Beat [Video Version] 4:20
"Together Forever" by Rick Astley
|Billboard Hot 100 number-one single
June 25, 1988
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