One Thing Leads to Another

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"One Thing Leads to Another"
The Fixx - One Thing Leads to Another.jpg
Single by The Fixx
from the album Reach the Beach
B-side
  • Opinions (7 inch)[1]
  • Reach the Beach (Dub) (12 inch)[2]
Released 9 August 1983 (US); September 1983 (UK)
Format 7", 12" single
Genre New wave, dance-rock, art rock
Length 3:23 (remixed edited version); 3:18 (album version)
Label MCA
Songwriter(s) Cy Curnin, Adam Woods, Jamie West-Oram, Rupert Greenall
Producer(s) Rupert Hine
The Fixx singles chronology
"Saved by Zero"
(1983)
"One Thing Leads to Another"
(1983)
"The Sign of Fire"
(1983)

"One Thing Leads to Another" is a song by new wave rock band The Fixx, from their album Reach the Beach.

"One Thing Leads to Another" is the group's most successful single. Entering the chart at #65 on August 27, 1983, it reached #4 on the US Billboard Hot 100 in November 1983.[3]

It also hit #2 on the U.S. Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and went to #1 in Canada as well.

Music video[edit]

The video begins at a science lab where Adam Woods is looking into a microscope observing a new dimension (the wrist shackle in the video on the wall is seen on the cover of Reach the Beach). It shows a dimension in a black tunnel with lights on top where Cy Curnin is dancing in a classy navy blue double-breasted suit and open-necked white shirt. He is then in a bright tube, wearing a gray sleeveless shirt with his arms and shoulders exposed. Then, in a blue tunnel, he is running with a dog. It ends with the tunnel in a 3-dimensional angle to see throughout the tube with the band members singing the rest of the song.

Personnel[edit]

Additional musicians

  • Alfie Agius – bass

Cover versions[edit]

"One Thing Leads to Another" has been covered by the following artists:

In media and popular culture[edit]

The song is featured in the video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City on the fictional radio station Flash FM.[citation needed] It was also featured in an episode of Everybody Hates Chris and in the 2009 horror film The House of the Devil. The song is featured in the Veronica Mars episode "Ruskie Business".[8]Featured in the "Trauma" episode of the HBO series Snowfall.

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