Something Good (Paul Haig song)

"Something Good" is a single by Paul Haig, released in 1989 on Virgin Records subsidiary, Circa. As with the companion album, Chain, Haig financed the recordings himself hoping for a release by Les Disques Du Crepuscule. When Crepuscule passed, Circa stepped in.

"Something Good"
Single by Paul Haig
from the album Chain
Released1989
Format7", 12", CD
Recorded1988
GenreSynthpop
LabelCirca Records
Songwriter(s)Paul Haig
Producer(s)Paul Haig, Alan Rankine
Paul Haig singles chronology
"Torchomatic"
(1988)
"Something Good"
(1989)
"I Believe in You"
(1990)

"Something Good", as well as the album, was co-produced by ex-Associates instrumentalist Alan Rankine.

Various formats included extra tracks, such as the two instrumentals "Free to Go (Public)" and "Free to Go (Technology)", which both included samples from Ridley Scott's film, Blade Runner.

Sleeves again feature the Angus McBean portrait of Audrey Hepburn.

Track listing

  1. "Something Good"
  2. "Over You"
  3. "Free to Go (Technology)"
  4. "Free to Go (Public)"
  5. "Something Good" (Remix)
  6. "The Last Kiss"

References

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