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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 1987

Songs / Tracks Listing

A Who Needs Information (edit) 4:02
B Molly's Song (live, non-album track) 3:22

Line-up / Musicians

Track A:
- Roger Waters / vocals, guitars, bass, keyboard
- Andy Fairweather Low / electric guitars
- Jay Stapley / electric guitars
- Mel Collins / saxophones
- Ian Ritchie / Fairlight programming, drum programming, piano, keyboards
- Graham Broad / drums and percussion
- Katie Kissoon, Doreen Chanter, Madeline Bell, Steve Langer, Vicky Brown / backing vocals
Horn section:
- Ian Ritchie / Tenor saxophone
- John Phirkell / trumpet
- Peter Thoms / trombone
Track B:
- Roger Waters / vocals, bass guitar and acoustic guitar.
- Doreen Chanter / lead vocals
- Andy Fairweather-Low / guitar, bass guitar and backing vocals.
- Jay Stapley / lead guitar and backing vocals.
- Paul Carrack / keyboards and lead vocals.
- Graham Broad / drums and percussion.
- Mel Collins / saxophone.
- Katie Kissoon / backing vocals

Releases information

Vinyl 7" Columbia ‎38-07617 US

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(33%)
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