Once Around the World (song)
|"Once Around the World"|
|Single by It Bites|
|from the album Once Around the World|
|Format||7", 12", CD, cassette|
|Recorded||Manor Studios, Oxfordshire, 1988|
|Genre||Progressive rock, Art rock|
|Label||Virgin (UK), Geffen (US)|
|Producer(s)||Steve Hillage, It Bites|
|It Bites singles chronology|
Once Around The World is the seventh single by It bites. It was written by Francis Dunnery and released in March 1988. The eponymous album signaled a departure from the more directly pop-oriented sound of It Bites' first album, something demonstrated explicitly by this fourteen-minute title track in full progressive rock style.
Notes and references
- Gillian Ellison (7 May 2008). "It Bites set to rock stadium as top support for the Quo". Cumberland News. Archived from the original on 9 March 2012.
- Keith Cameron (17 June 1989 (page 21) - transcription hosted on Mandy's It Bites page). ""Dinosaur Juniors" - It Bites interview". Sounds. Check date values in:
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