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| [[Bang Bang]] (7" Version) (4:13)<br>[[Bang Bang]] (Instrumental) (3:54)<br>[[Bang Bang]] (El-Virus Mix) (5:33)<br>[[Bang Bang]] (Raw Mix) (5:28)<br>[[Bang Bang]] (Raw Mix Radio Edit) (3:21)<br>[[Bang Bang]] (Single Version) (3:21)
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<b>Bang Bang</b> was the first single to be released from [[Brown Mark|Brownmark]]'s second solo album [[Album: Good Feeling|Good Feeling]]. It was released shortly before the album, and was released in the USA, the UK and West Germany.  
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<b>Bang Bang</b> was the first single to be released from [[Brown Mark|Brownmark]]’s second solo album [[Album: Good Feeling|Good Feeling]]. It was released shortly before the album, and was released in the USA, the UK and West Germany.  
  
 
The single included several remixes of the song. [[Bang Bang]] featured [[Prince]] on background vocals.<br>
 
The single included several remixes of the song. [[Bang Bang]] featured [[Prince]] on background vocals.<br>
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
* A Motown multiple artists press advert was published in Billboard of 9 September 1989 (Vol. 101 No. 36) stating: ''<blockquote>"'''[[Single: Bang Bang|Bang Bang]]''' (MOT-1980/MOT-4655) with the funky creative juices of none other than '''[[Prince]]''' on his deadly hit single and video, '''[[Brownmark]]''''s new album '''[[Album: Good Feeling|Good Feeling]]''' (MOT-6277) is coming out with a bang. Album release: September 19 1989; Produced by: Levi Seacer Jr.; Management: Byr Management Inc."</blockquote>
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* A Motown multiple artists press advert was published in Billboard of 9 September 1989 (Vol. 101 No. 36) stating: ''<blockquote>"'''[[Single: Bang Bang|Bang Bang]]''' (MOT-1980/MOT-4655) with the funky creative juices of none other than '''[[Prince]]''' on his deadly hit single and video, '''[[Brownmark]]'''’s new album '''[[Album: Good Feeling|Good Feeling]]''' (MOT-6277) is coming out with a bang. Album release: September 19 1989; Produced by: Levi Seacer Jr.; Management: Byr Management Inc."</blockquote>
 
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Latest revision as of 12:52, 10 September 2020

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Bang Bang


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Single details


Released: September 1989
Related album: Good Feeling
Label(s): Motown
Unique tracks: Bang Bang (7" Version) (4:13)
Bang Bang (Instrumental) (3:54)
Bang Bang (El-Virus Mix) (5:33)
Bang Bang (Raw Mix) (5:28)
Bang Bang (Raw Mix Radio Edit a.k.a. Single Version) (3:21)

Bang Bang was the first single to be released from Brownmark’s second solo album Good Feeling. It was released shortly before the album, and was released in the USA, the UK and West Germany.

The single included several remixes of the song. Bang Bang featured Prince on background vocals.

The single did not enter the charts.

Track listing


7"

(UK: ZB43289)
A. Bang Bang (Raw Mix Radio Edit) (3:21)
B. Bang Bang (Instrumental) (3:54)

12"

(US: MOT-4655, DE: ZT 43224)
A1. Bang Bang (LP Version) (4:57)
A2. Bang Bang (7" Version) (4:13)
B. Bang Bang (Instrumental) (3:54)

(US: ZT 43290)
A1. Bang Bang (Raw Mix) (5:28)
A2. Bang Bang (Raw Mix Radio Edit) (3:21)
B1. Bang Bang (El-Virus Mix) (5:33)
B2. Bang Bang (LP Version) (4:57)

CD

(DE: ZD 43224)
1. Bang Bang (LP Version) (4:57)
2. Bang Bang (7" Version) (4:13)
3. Bang Bang (Instrumental) (3:54)

(US: ZD 43290)
1. Bang Bang (Raw Mix) (5:28)
2. Bang Bang (Single Version) (3:21)
3. Bang Bang (El-Virus Mix) (5:33)
4. Bang Bang (LP Version) (4:57)

12" promo

(US: L33-17913, MOT 9090)
A1. Bang Bang (LP Version) (4:57)
A2. Bang Bang (7" Version) (4:13)
B. Bang Bang (Instrumental) (3:54)

(US: L33-18059)
A1. Bang Bang (Raw Mix) (5:28)
A2. Bang Bang (Raw Mix Radio Edit) (3:21)
B. Bang Bang (El-Virus Mix) (5:33)

(UK: ZT 43290DJ)
A1. Bang Bang (Raw Mix) (5:28)
A2. Bang Bang (Raw Mix Radio Edit) (3:21)
B1. Bang Bang (El-Virus Mix) (5:33)
B2. Bang Bang (LP Version) (4:57)

Credits

  • See individual tracks and related albums for credits.


Charts

  • This single did not enter the charts.


Releases

Variants, special editions and re-releases

  • None.


See also


Trivia

  • A Motown multiple artists press advert was published in Billboard of 9 September 1989 (Vol. 101 No. 36) stating:
    "Bang Bang (MOT-1980/MOT-4655) with the funky creative juices of none other than Prince on his deadly hit single and video, Brownmark’s new album Good Feeling (MOT-6277) is coming out with a bang. Album release: September 19 1989; Produced by: Levi Seacer Jr.; Management: Byr Management Inc."


References


Jaguar single.jpg 1989
Jaguar
All Singles All Related Artists Singles 1989
Tweakin’
Tweakin single.jpg