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Seeing Double (song)

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A-side  "Seeing Double"
Format  7" single
Genre  Punk rock
Released  July 1979
Recorded  Smile studios
B-side  "Teardops and Heartaches"

"Seeing Double" is the first 7" single of the new wave band The Teardrops, released on TJM Records, in 1979.

Contents

The band comprised John Key, Trev Wain, Karl Burns (ex-Fall drummer) and Jim Donnelly, being credited in the black sleeve of the single. Initially, Steve Garvey, then of Buzzcocks, was also a member, but he did not participate on this disc, despite having played in the two first EPs, In And Out Of Fashion and Leave Me No Choice, in 1978; however, according to the list of discography of all the Buzzcocks members, he played, only with Burns and also ex-Fall member Tony Friel.

A-side

  1. "Seeing Double" (Burns/Wain)

B-side

  1. "Teardrops And Heartaches" (Wain/Key)

Band

  • John Key
  • Trev Wain
  • Karl Burns
  • Jim Donnely
  • Production

  • The Teardrops
  • References

    Seeing Double (song) Wikipedia


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