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Hey Mister Heartache (12 Mix)

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  1. Hey Mister Heartache. Kim Wilde. From the Album Close (Expanded Edition) June 1, $ Get a special offer and listen to over 60 million songs, anywhere with Amazon Music Unlimited. Get a special offer and listen to over 60 million songs, anywhere with Amazon Music Unlimited. Renews automatically.
  2. Sep 26,  · Music video by Kim Wilde performing Hey Mister Heartache. (C) Universal Island Records, a division of Universal Music Operations Limited #KimWilde #HeyM.
  3. Hey Mr Heartache sounds a little tame these days when memory told me it was a bit more experimental in its day, but it's good to hear it again. You Came remains a great song, as does Four Letter Word, but it was always Never Trust a Stranger that did it for me/5(96).
  4. Although a minor hit in Wilde's native UK, it was a top 20 entry throughout Europe. "Hey Mister Heartache" featured vocals by Junior Giscombe, with whom Wilde had duetted on the Another Step (Closer to You) hit the previous year). However, this part of the song was edited down for the single version. The song was also extended for the 12" and CD-single formats, and a second 12" featuring .
  5. Hey mr heartache, cos I love you baby Hey mr heartache I still love you baby I still love you but I'm gonna set you free Ooh that's the way it's got to be Cos I know I can't change you anyway Darlin' there's nothing left to say But goodbye baby Junior: you don't know what I'm going through You got me wrong, oh so wrong Think you've sown me up.
  6. The Remix Collection is a remix album by Kim osflamesonsconlampviratolenripag.coinfo album was released in in Japan and later in Australia. It contains some of her hits in long versions. For the first time available on CD are "The Second Time" U.S. Mix, "Never Trust a Stranger" Sanjazz Mix, and "Four Letter Word" Late Night Mix.
  7. Close is the sixth studio album by Kim Wilde, released in mid Produced by Ricky Wilde and Tony Swain, Close was the final album on which Marty Wilde had co-writer credits. The album is widely perceived by fans and critics (and Kim herself) as Wilde's most well-balanced, with many kinds of pop represented: dance, ballad, rock and midtempo.
  8. Tell Me Where You Are (B-side to Hey Mister Heartache MCA KIM7, ) Wotcha Gonna Do (B-side to Never Trust a Stranger MCA KIM9, ) She Hasnt Got Time for You 88 (B-side to Four Letter Word MCA KIM10, ) Seller Rating: % positive.

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