Change (Killing Joke Song)
Change is an song by Killing Joke, that first appeared on the US release of their debut album, Killing Joke (1980). A very limited edition of 300 copies was given away on 17 March 1980 at the Peel Sessions. The B-side was Tomorrow's World, also off Killing Joke's debut album. In September that year "Change" was released on the B-side of the single "Requiem".
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