Album: Points On A Curve (1984)
Charted: 87
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  • This was initially a minor success for the band, although no video was shot for it, something that doomed the song in the United States where Wang Chung got a lot of airplay on MTV. Interest was revived in the song the following year when it was played under the closing credits of the motion picture To Live And Die In L.A. >>
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    Mike - Santa Barbara, CA
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  • Gabriele Funaro from Laveno Mombello, ItalyThis is my favourite Wang Chung's song, it's brilliant for me and it's quite unique for its sensations!!! It's really underrated, but definitely must be revived!!!
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