Talk:All Cried Out (Alison Moyet song)

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Hey guys, comrades etc.! What about the cover of the german project :wumpscut: (Rudy Ratzinger like the pope ;-) )? He recorded this song in reference to the No Angels [ :-( ] version. It should be mentioned that there is a cover version by this project (nazi? "Ruda", "Kauhajoki" etc. Do nazis like female pop crap? — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 00:37, 6 May 2016 (UTC)

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Yes I think so, too... Maybe the author misunderstood those conventions with capital letters and that stuff...

Out needs the capital O because it is the last word in the title. That's the way it should go.

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This obscure thing?!?[edit]

There's a much more notable song called "All Cried Out" by Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam from the 80s. It was a much bigger hit than this obscure thing. In fact, it was a hit TWICE when another group covered it in the late 90s or early 00s. Sorry I don't have details. At least I can nag. -- 12:54, 21 September 2007 (UTC)

Indeed. I was surprised when I did a search for the song you mentioned only to get a song I never heard of by a singer I never heard of. This article barely even mentions any information on Moyet or her involvement, and the cover of her song didn't even reach top ten in any chart listed in the article; meanwhile Lisa Lisa's song was a top five hit during the same time period as Moyet's. There should at least be a disambiguation (to maintain a general world view) if not an outright replacement. Also, the group you're thinking of that updated Lisa Lisa's song in the '90s was Allure, dueting with 112. (talk) 09:55, 15 June 2008 (UTC)

In the UK this song was a Top 10 hit (number 8) whilst the LLCJ song did not chart. The 'obscurity' is a geographical point-of-view and can be applied to both compositions equally, depending on which country you reside. Just saying. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 12:14, 22 October 2012 (UTC)

...The real one[edit]

...Wow, why is the most popular version not even mentioned? WTF??                     ~Rayvn  17:45, 13 May 2013 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by RayvnEQ (talkcontribs)

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