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Both Ends Burning

"Both Ends Burning"
Single by Roxy Music
from the album Siren
B-side "For Your Pleasure (live)"
Released December 1975
EMI Studios, London
Format 7"
Recorded June 1975 (1975-06)–September 1975 (1975-09), AIR Studios, London
Genre Art rock
Length 3:58 (single version)
5:12 (album version)
Label Island, Polydor
Writer(s) Bryan Ferry
Producer(s) Chris Thomas
Roxy Music singles chronology

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Both Ends Burning is a single by British band Roxy Music taken from their 1975 album Siren. The version released on single edits the intro and the ending compared to the album version. The b-side of the single was a live version of their classic song "For Your Pleasure", recorded live at the Empire Pool Wembley in October 1975, from one of the concerts from which the Viva! album was taken.[1] This version is on The Complete Studio Recordings 1972-1982.

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