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Malins, Steve (2006). Notorious: The Unauthorised Biography. André Deutsch/Carlton Publishing, UK. ISBN 0-233-00137-9, p. 60 HAZEL O'CONNOR | full Official Chart History | Official Charts Company". www.officialcharts.com . Retrieved 4 February 2021. The “I’ll never touch you” arrangement was retained for the Serious Moonlight Tour in 1983, and can be heard on the album Serious Moonlight (Live ’83) . November 2018, sees the release of the latest limited DAVID BOWIE 7" picture disc, the 40th-anniversary edition of the BREAKING GLASS EP.

The lines "Don't look at the carpet; I drew something awful on it" refer to Bowie's practice of drawing the Tree of Life on the floor during that period, as he was interested in Aleister Crowley and Qabalah at the time.

On The Go

A total of five singles were released from the album, with the second single " Eighth Day", released in August 1980, becoming O'Connor's most successful, peaking at number 5 on the UK Singles Chart. " Will You?", released in May 1981 was also a Top-Ten hit. By the time the final single, "Calls the Tune" was released in January 1982, O'Connor had released a further two albums, Sons and Lovers and Cover Plus. Despite this, the single managed to chart at number 60 in the UK. [8] Reception [ edit ] The final scene shows Kate catatonic at a mental hospital where Danny comes to visit her and to bring her a synthesiser.

Laws, Roz (29 November 2015). "Look at Duran Duran's Simon Le Bon when he was unknown and broke". BirminghamLive . Retrieved 4 February 2021. Bowie next played ‘Breaking Glass’ in 1995 during the Outside Tour. Bowie and his band performed the ‘Australian’ arrangement of the song, with the vocal parts repeated.

Release

Two separate live recordings of the song, performed during Bowie's 1995–96 Outside Tour, appear on the live albums Ouvre le Chien (Live Dallas 95) (2020) and No Trendy Réchauffé (Live Birmingham 95) (2020).



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