|ARIST 486||Thompson Twins||Lies (7")||Arista||ARIST 486||UK||1982|
|ARIST 12486||Thompson Twins||Lies (12", S/Sided, W/Lbl)||Arista||ARIST 12486||UK||1982|
|AS 1024||Thompson Twins||Lies (7", Promo)||Arista||AS 1024||US||1982|
|SL-7100||Thompson Twins||Lies (12", Maxi)||Arista||SL-7100||Mexico||1983|
|CP-725, CP725||Thompson Twins||Lies (12", Promo)||Arista, Arista||CP-725, CP725||US||1982|
Lies" is a 1982 song by the British band Thompson Twins. It was released as the first single from the album Quick Step and Side Kick (Side Kicks in the . and the song peaked at on the UK singles chart. The single fared better in the United States, where it peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the spring of 1983.
Greatest Hits (Thompson Twins album). Greatest Hits is a compilation album by British pop band Thompson Twins, released in 1996 on the Arista Records label. It is the group's first compilation of singles, the remix collection Greatest Mixes having already been released in 1988, mainly promoted by the remix "In the Name of Love '8. (Participation), an. .
Features Song Lyrics for Thompson Twins's Lies album. Thompson Twins - Lies Album Lyrics. Thompson Twins Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Thompson Twins Lyrics. 1. Revolution (Live at Live Aid, John F. Kennedy Stadium, 13th July 1985).
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Album: Thompson Twins: The Greatest Hits, 2005. Music video by Thompson Twins performing Lies. Has been played on. United States 151. 11. M Synthetic.
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Set (Thompson Twins album). Set is the second album by English pop group Thompson Twins. Released in February 1982, it was the second album they recorded for their own T Records imprint, which was released by Arista Records/Hansa . While the album was given praise by critics, the band found themselves on the verge of yet another personnel change. The track "In the Name of Love" was written by Bailey simply as album filler, but was ultimately chosen as the lead single from the album. While failing to make the UK pop charts, the single was released in the United States as a club single and went to number one on Billboard magazine's dance chart, where it remained unseated for five weeks (from 22 May – 19 June 1982).