Wildest Wish to Fly
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|The Wildest Wish to Fly|
|Studio album by Rupert Hine|
|Producer||Rupert Hine, Stephen W. Tayler|
|Rupert Hine chronology|
The Wildest Wish to Fly is a solo album by Rupert Hine. It was originally released in 1983 on A&M Records and Island Records and re-released on CD in 2001 on VoicePrint. The album peaked at #31 on the Swedish album chart.
All tracks composed by Rupert Hine
- "No Yellow Heart" (Original Version)
- "Living in Sin"
- "The Saturation of the Video Rat"
- "Firefly in the Night"
- "A Golden Age"
- "Victim of Wanderlust"
- "The Most Dangerous of Men"
- "The Wildest Wish to Fly"
- "Blue Flame (Melt the Ice)" (Bonus CD track)
- "No Yellow Heart" (Later Version) (Bonus CD track)
Includes liner notes by Rupert Hine
- Rupert Hine: Vocals, various Instruments
- Robert Palmer: Vocals on "Living In Sin"
- Phil Palmer: Guitar
- James West-Oram (member of The Fixx): Guitar
- Stephen W Tayler: Woodwinds, recording and mixing
- Michael Dawe: Drums
The Wildest Wish To Fly. 1984 Island Records, Ltd.. Island Records Inc. Produced by Rupert Hine & Stephen W Tayler. Music written and arranged by Rupert Hine. Lyrics written by Jeannette Obstoj. Published by Almo Music Corp. ASCAP. ST-IL-845492-AR.
- "No Yellow Heart" (4:25)
- "Blue Flame (Melt The Ice)" (4:15)
- "I Hang on to My Vertigo" (4:53)
- "Firefly in the night" (4:04)
- "A Golden Age" (4:35)
- "Misplaced Love" (4:11)
- "Picture Phone" (3:32)
- "Living In Sin" 3:40)
- "The Most Dangerous of Men" (4:40)
- "The Wildest Wish to Fly" (6:34)
- "Swedish charts archive". Retrieved 2011-10-15.
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