Misty Circles

"Misty Circles" is a song written and recorded by English New Wave/Dance band Dead or Alive. It was co-produced by the band and Zeus B. Held and released as the first single from Dead or Alive's album Sophisticated Boom Boom.

"Misty Circles" was the first song to be released by Dead or Alive after being signed to a major label, Epic Records. The band's prior single releases were issued independently. This song was not very successful, but it managed to peak at number 100 on the UK Singles Chart. In 1984, the song was placed on the B-side of "You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)". As both sides earned significant play in American nightclubs, they charted together as a double-sided hit on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart, peaking at number four. The band performed it before a live audience on Razzmatazz, which features Pete Burns wearing a wardrobe similar to Boy George's, and thus created some temporary friction between the two singers in later years.

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Sophisticated Boom Boom - Track Listing
... "Misty Circles" 339 10 ... "Misty Circles" (instrumental) 340 US 1990 CD No ... "Misty Circles" 339 3 ...
Misty Circles - Chart Performance
2010) Singles "I'm Falling" "Number Eleven" "It's Been Hours Now" "Stranger" " Misty Circles " "What I Want" "I'd Do Anything" "That's the Way (I Like It)" "You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)" "Lover ...

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