It was released as a 12-inch single on 7 March 1983 through Factory Records and later as a 7-inch single through Tonpress in 1985. It appeared on certain cassette and CD versions of the band's second studio album, Power, Corruption & Lies (1983). Blue Monday" is a synth-pop and alternative dance song that drew inspirations from many works of other artists.
You can find the tracklisting for the 18-song demo album below. The guys in Green Day have revealed the tracklisting for their upcoming demo album entitled Demolicious, which bassist Mike Dirnt describes as ‘what ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tré! would have sounded like if we were still on Lookout!’ You can find the tracklisting for the 18-song demo album below. Demolicious, which is being released on Record Store Day (April 19th), is composed of rough demo versions of songs from Green Day’s 2012 ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tre! trilogy. It also features an unreleased b-side.
Blue Monday is found on the album Electronic Ecstasy. Those who came before me Lived through their vocations From the past until completion They'll turn away no more And I still find it so hard To say what I need to say But I'm quite sure that you'll tell me Just how I should feel today. I see a ship in the harbor I can and shall obey But if it wasn't for your misfortune I'd be a heavenly person today And I thought I was mistaken And I thought I heard you speak Tell me, how do I feel?
Sheet music arranged for Piano/Vocal/Guitar in F Major. More Songs From the Show: The Wedding Singer. More Songs From the Album: The Wedding Singer. From the Book: Soundtrack Selections from "The Wedding Singer".
How does it feel to treat me like you do? When you've laid your hands upon me and told me who you are? I thought I was mistaken, I thought I heard your words Tell me how do I feel? Tell me now, how do I feel? Those who came before me lived through their vocations From the past until completion, they'll turn away no more And still I find it so hard to say what I need to say But I'm quite sure that you'll tell me just how I should feel today
According to Bernard Sumner, "Blue Monday" was influenced by four songs: the arrangement came from "Dirty Talk", by Klein + . the signature bassline with octaves came from Sylvester's disco classic, "You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)"; the house beat came from "Our Love", by Donna Summer; and the long keyboard pad on the intro and outro. was sampled from the Kraftwerk song "Uranium", from the Radio-Activity album . The sleeve's spine simply reads "FAC SEVENTY THREE". from the album Blue Monday. 8 April 2002 (Norway) 3 June 2002 (UK/Worldwide).
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- Guitar, Backing Vocals – Kyle Deville
- Producer – Jesse Gander
- Vocals – Dave Mac
NotesRecorded Jan. 02 by Jesse Gander at Rec-Age.
This is the teaser to Blue Monday - Demo 2K2, featuring the first three songs from that release.
Business card-shaped CD, in sleeve.
Limited and hand-numbered to 25.