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Into Temptation (song)

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Into Temptation (song)

"Into Temptation"
Temple of Low Men
Released December 1988
Format 7" vinyl
CD single
Cassette single
Recorded 1987
Genre Rock
Length 4:32
Label Capitol
Writer(s) Neil Finn
Crowded House singles chronology

"When You Come"
"Into Temptation"
"Sister Madly"

"Into Temptation" is a 1988 song by rock group Crowded House. It was the third single from the group's second album Temple of Low Men.[1]

"Into Temptation" appears on Crowded House's greatest hits album Recurring Dream. The song was also performed by Renée Geyer for the Finn brothers female tribute album She Will Have Her Way in 2005.

Track listings

All songs by Neil Finn except "This Is Massive" by Paul Hester.

Australian single

Released on 7" vinyl, CD and 12" vinyl.

  1. "Into Temptation" - 4:32
  2. "Mansion in the Slums" (live)
  3. "This Is Massive" (live)

North American release

Released on 7" vinyl and cassette.

  1. "Into Temptation" - 4:32
  2. "Better Be Home Soon" - 3:07

European release

Released on 12" vinyl.

  1. "Into Temptation" - 4:32
  2. "Now We're Getting Somewhere" (live)
  3. "Mansion in the Slums" (live)


External links

  • Article about the song on
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