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Communication (Power Station song)

"Communication"
Single by The Power Station
from the album The Power Station
B-side "Murderess"
Released 28 October 1985
Genre Rock
Label Parlophone - R 6114
Writer(s) Power Station
Producer Bernard Edwards
The Power Station singles chronology

"Get It On (Bang a Gong)"
(1985)
"Communication"
(1985)
"She Can Rock It"
(1996)

"Communication" was released as the third single from The Power Station's 1985 debut album. It featured "Communication" (Special Club Mix), "Communication" (Remix) and "Murderess" as the B-side. The remixes were done by Bernard Edwards and Josh Abbey.

The video contained an array of footage showing communication in the world with clips of the band performing the song in the studio.

Track listings

7" Parlophone / R 6114 (UK)
  1. "Communication" (7" Remix) - 3:51
  2. "Murderess" - 4:20
12" Parlophone / 12 R 6114 (UK)
  1. "Communication" (Special Club Mix) - 4:40
  2. "Murderess" - 4:20
  3. "Communication" (7" Remix) - 3:51
12" Capitol / V-15204 (US)
  1. "Communication" (Special Club Mix) - 4:40
  2. "Murderess" - 4:20

Chart performance

Chart (1985)[1] Peak
position
UK Singles Chart 75
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 34

References

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