ZANG TUMB TUMB DISCOGRAPHY “…which deny the freedom of the flesh…”

Frankie Goes To Hollywood

Two tribes

Keep the peace


Type: Single

Format: Compact cassette

Label: Zang Tuum Tumb

Catalogue ref.: CTIS103

Series: Bloodied Action series no. 3; Harrassed Incidental series no. 129; Singlette series no. 103


Release date: 23 July 1984

Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Chart position: UK: (Starting 16/06/1984) 1; 1; 1; 1; 1; 1; 1; 1; 1; 3; 5; 9; 13; 17; 29; 34; 42; 54; 63; 65; x; 73; 100; x; x; x; x; 90; 95; 92; 85.
Germany: 1.
Switzerland: 4.
USA: Peak postion 3 (27/10/1984). 15 weeks in chart.
Norway: 4.


Sleeve design: XL Design; ZTT

Photography: Anton Corbijn


Printed tracklisting

  1. Two tribes
  2. One February Friday
  3. War

Actual tracklisting

Programme identical on both sides of the cassette

  1. “On the subject of Frankie Goes To Hollywood…” 00:24
  2. One February Friday 00:39
  3. Two tribes (Cassingle mix) 15:19
  4. One February Friday 01:08
  5. War (Hide yourself!) 04:15
  6. One February Friday 00:22
  7. “War is peace…” 00:05

Occasionally the tracklisting printed on the sleeve art of a release isn’t 100% accurate. Track names may be missing, mixes unspecified or misnamed. For this reason a printed tracklisting is shown as well as a more accurate actual tracklisting.


Sleeve Notes

Inlay: Outer

TWO TRIBES

KEEP THE PEACE

FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD

don’t hit us.

(ZTT logo)

CTIS 103

TWO TRIBES

FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD

Keep the peace…

(Island logo)

(Chrome logo)

(Dolby logo)

FREEDOM IS SLAVERY

Inlay: Inner

KEEP THE PEACE

A cassette celebration of the famous Two Tribes… Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Trevor Horn and Zang Tumb Tuum pulled the punches and pushed the hardest. No peace for the who? Performed by Frankie Goes To Hollywood—‘No.1 because they never argue’.

Produced by Trevor Horn, assisted by his bright building theam. And then there were the players: Patrick Allan (as himself) and Christopher Barrie (as Ron Reagan)

Packaged by XLZTT ‘no messing’

Photograph of V.I. Lenin taken by Anton Corbijn, Moscow, May 1983.

T-shirts! The three most popular Frankie T-shirts in no particular order appear to be: ‘Frankie Say War! Hide Yourself’, ‘Frankie Say Oh! Aye! Yeah! Well Hard’, and ‘Who Gives A F..k What Frankie Say?’

Competition! Win Brian Nash’s first guitar!

No. 1 What T.V. show did the band first appear on?

No. 2 Which two members of the band are related?

No. 3 Which member of the band is called Kingpin?

Answers on a postcard only to Brian Nash guitar, ZTT Building, 8-10 Basing Street, London W11.

This Cassette can be seen to be both a part of number 3 in Zang Tumb Tuum’s bloodied action series or number 30 in Zang Tumb Tuum’s harrassed incidental series. Did we save the world?

Feeling its way out of Two Tribes cassette is the Two Tribes at Madison Square Garden, The carnage, The annihilation, the unexpurgated One February Friday, and a War somewhere between hiding and hidden.

‘Two Tribes’ published by Perfect Songs Ltd.

‘War’ published by Jobete Music (UK) Ltd.

UNAUTHORISED PUBLIC PERFORMANCE, BROADCASTING AND COPYING OF THIS CASSETTE PROHIBITED. ALL RIGHTS OF THE MANUFACTURER AND THE OWNER OF THIS RECORDED WORK RESERVED.


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