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I Feel Possessed

"I Feel Possessed"
Temple of Low Men
Released January 1990
Format CD single
Vinyl single
Recorded Capitol Recording Studios
Sunset Sound Factory, Los Angeles
Genre Rock
Pop
Length 3:47
Label Capitol
Writer(s) Neil Finn
Producer Mitchell Froom
Crowded House singles chronology

"Sister Madly"
(1989)
"I Feel Possessed"
(1990)
"Chocolate Cake"
(1991)

"I Feel Possessed" is a rock song written by Neil Finn and performed by Australian band Crowded House for their album Temple of Low Men.[1] The song was the final single released from the album. The song later appeared on the group's greatest hits collection Recurring Dream.

Track listing

All live performances feature Roger McGuinn of The Byrds (the union was cleverly named "ByrdHouse"). Recorded at the Pantages Theatre, Los Angeles 7 April 1989.

Standard 7" vinyl

Released in Germany and Australia.

  1. "I Feel Possessed"
  2. "Mr. Tambourine Man" (live)

Canada 7" vinyl

  1. "I Feel Possessed"
  2. "Into Temptation"

Standard EP

Released as 12" in Germany. Released as CD in US and Germany.

  1. "I Feel Possessed"
  2. "Mr. Tambourine Man" (live)
  3. "Eight Miles High" (live)
  4. "So You Want to Be a Rock 'n' Roll Star" (live)

Personnel

Notes

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