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

Glenn Gregory & Claudia Brücken

When your heart runs out of time


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Type: Single

Format: 12" vinyl

Label: Zang Tuum Tumb

Catalogue ref.: 12ZTAS15

Series: Intimate Action series no. 15


Release date: 27 August 1985

Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Chart position: UK: (Starting 7/9/1985) 91; 88; 79; 89; 95


Sleeve design: XL Design; ZTT

Artwork

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Vinyl sleeve: Front

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Vinyl sleeve: Back

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Vinyl label: Side A

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Vinyl label: Side B

Printed tracklisting

  1. Out of time
  2. The voices of Gary Busey, Michael Emil and Theresa Russell
  3. When your heart runs out of time (6'20")
  4. When your heart runs out of time (Drumless)
  5. The voices of Michael Emil and Theresa Russell
  6. Forever (What the hell)
  7. Out of time

Actual tracklisting

Side A

  1. Out of time 01:12
  2. The voices of Gary Busey, Michael Emil and Theresa Russell 00:28
  3. When your heart runs out of time (6'20") 06:20

Side B

  1. When your heart runs out of time (Drumless) 03:50
  2. The voices of Michael Emil and Theresa Russell 00:51
  3. Forever (What the hell) 02:21
  4. Out of time 01:00

Occasionally the track listing 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 track listing is shown as well as a more accurate actual tracklisting.

Sleeve Notes

Outer sleeve: Front

GLENN gregory AND CLAUDIA brücken

SING

WHEN YOUR HEART RUNS OUT OF TIME

(6'20")

a souvenir to remind us of Nic Roeg’s INSIGNIFICANCE

(ZTT logo)

‘and so… he goes’

Outer sleeve: Back

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Glenn Gregory and Claudia Brucken as Klaus and Claudia sing the theme song from Nic Roeg’s Insignificance NO TIME AT ALL

Man’s cream and pinky brown check suit by Stephen King, 315 Kings Rd SW3.

Blue cotton shirt from Quincy, Kings Rd SW3.

Belt by Johnsons, Kings Rd and Kensington Market.

Chanel style suit in cream by Malvina Denier available only at Whistles in Covent Garden, Thayer St, and St Christophers Place.

Jewellery by Eric Beaman at Sheer Decadence, 44 Monmouth St WC2.

Earrings and necklace called “hippy bitch”.

Veiled hat from the Hat Shop, Neal St WC2.

Extra long drape suit in brown check by Stephen King.

White mono shirt from Jones, Kings Rd SW3.

Gold Lame silk printed jacket by Terrance Nolder from Harrods, Bette Davis, Ealing.

John McIntyre jacket worn as a blouse from Harvey Nichols.

Gold Lame mini skirt by Whistles to order.

Gold Lame scarf by Whistles.

Navy pinstripe suit by High & Mighty (worn with style!) branches throughout the country.

Black T Shirt by Jones, Kings Rd SW3.

Black velvet top shirt with matching hat available to order only Whistles, Thayer St W1.

Photography: Peter Brown

Styling: Peta Hunt

Make up: Debbi Bunn

ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENT

The Shape Of The Universe—a souvenir of the film Insignificance available on ztt records and tapes. Ask for catalogue number ztt iq 4 (record) or zciq 4 (cassette/booklette)

August 1985 Issue No. 59 Publisher Otto Flake Sr.

a/Out Of Time

b/The voices of Gary Busey, Michael Emil and Theresa Russell

c/When Your Heart Runs Out Of Time (6'20")*

d/When Your Heart Runs Out Of Time (drumless)

e/The voices of Michael Emil and Theresa Russell

f/Forever (What The Hell)*

g/Out Of Time

*Taken from the Shape Of The Universe

compiled by Paul Morley: engineer Dave Meegan

Executive producer: Otto Flake jr.

Glenn Gregory appears through the generosity of Virgin Records

Claudia Brücken records for Zang Tuum Tumb

Guitar Midge Ure

Design by XLZTT

This souvenir forms a part of number 15 in the intimate action series: another part was ztas 15, When Your Heart Runs Out Of Time (3'20")

Insignificance is definitely a Zenith Ltd Production

The BETRAYAL…

…OF INTIMACY.

Insignificance also stars Gary Busey, Will Sampson and Tony Curtis.

IN A ROOM IN LONDON’S OXFORD STREET IAN PENMAN TALKS TO NIC ROEG… Each has their theme, and every one of them waits for—and secretly wills—its moment of dismantling. And then? The door opens.

Remember? It used to be such intimacy. I could easily fall for you, and that falling brought out such… “No, not a troubled chord, but a chord, a chord that has no qualification to it, has no question of questioning, just… a mutual chord.”

But then…

What is the “our” of intimacy? Do we want to fall here? Why do we want to forget the definition we usually apply? Do we want to lie in our deepest intimacies?

Intimacy is a form of forgetfulness: that is the only reason it always surprises us so. It is the intimacy of betrayal that always kills love.

“That’s so, yes, I think that what I have just committed myself to saying, it could be construed as betraying, a saying through betraying… I mean, we had a good time and I guess in the essence of things… I was fooled.”

So, intimacy is…?

“Well, this would have to be off the record of course…”

The scales fall from your eyes: forfeit of balance, you fall silent, there is simply nothing to say.“I mean, what is the root of that? …how many lovers have terrible words for each other? Most lovers have, you know, Hello ratbag…”

Madness and rage are easy to re-enact; not so intimacy, which is not blind. Intimacy is somewhere between surveillance and insouciance. Intimacy is difficult, because it is open-eyed—but just the right width, the white in the night—allowing oneself to be caught, what is otherwise behind closed doors, offguard, of the instant, out of nowhere, unasked. Intimacy is prattle.

What happens, intimately?

“You’re young, you’ve had love affairs, but in twenty years time you’ll find a letter, from twenty years ago, and you’ll hide it and wonder whether to keep it or not, you’ll weigh the balance of whether you should burn it—for your new love—or whether that love was as big as the previous love and… Should you keep it? hide it? run the risk of Why the hell have you kept that? and maybe in a cavalier moment you tear it up and then think… that’s gone.”

The lover must read everything intimately. The lover must act, in time. Seen through hindsight, the prattle falls like pain… intimate. It all makes sense.

And then, in time, it all begins again? However long a time may pass, according to the laws governing the combinations of this eternal play of repetition, all configurations that have previously existed on this earth must yet meet, attract, and corrupt each other again? Would you say yes to that?

“Yes. Absolutely. I think Heine is right:… we’ll meet again.”

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Label: Side A

(A)

Label: Side B

(B)

(A)12ZTAS15

one.Out Of Time written by Will Jennings

two.the voices of Gary Busey, Theresa Russell and Michael Emil

three.When Your Heart Runs Out Of Time (6'20") wirtten by Will Jennings

was sung by Glenn Gregory and Claudia Brücken

published by Pollyanna Music and Film Co. Ltd. with Warner Brothers Music Ltd

Executive producer: Otto Flake jr.

song taken from the film INSIGNIFICANCE which is a Zenith Ltd production

was played in stereo at 45 r.p.m. “play to time”

p&c Zenith Ltd 1985

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(Island logo)

(B)12ZTAS15

one.When Your Heart Runs Out Of Time (drumless) written by Will Jennings

was sung by Glenn Gregory and Claudia Brücken

two.the voices of Theresa Russell and Michael Emil

three.Forever (What The Hell) written by Will Jennings and Stanley Myers

four.Out Of Time written by Will Jennings

published by Pollyanna Music and Film Co. Ltd. with Warner Brothers Music Ltd

executive producer: Otto Flake

song taken from the film INSIGNIFICANCE which is a Zenith Ltd production

was played in stereo at 45 r.p.m. “make no time!”

p&c Zenith Ltd 1985