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Modern Times - Beating Heart   (Promo)
 
Country Sweden
Year 1981
Date of release 09/01/1981
Format 7''
Label Parlophone
Number 7C 006-35850

Note: Limited edition promotion 7'' in a die-cut sleeve
This release has been viewed 1189 times.


Title
Side A
A)Beating heart 3:06
Side B
B)To play with fire 4:57
 
 
Description:

Beating Heart was a promotion single with English versions of Gyllene Tider's songs När vi två blir en (Beating heart) and Leka med elden (To play with fire) and both of these songs are unavailable on any other EMI release.

This single was the first attempt to promote Gyllene Tider outside Sweden and they chose the name Modern Times for this project since nobody would be able to pronounce the group real name. The name was later trashed due to the existence of another band named Modern Times.

Only 300 copies of this single were made and some of these were sent to the EMI offices in Europe to sound out any interest in releasing any album by the group.

Gyllene Tider actually recorded a whole album with English versions of some of their songs but since none of the EMI companies showed any interest in this single the thought of an album release were cancelled.