|A||Visions Of China||3:37|
|49-02756||Japan||Visions Of China / Canton (12", Single)||Epic, Virgin||49-02756||US||1982|
Visions of China is a song by English new wave band Japan, released in October 1981 as the second single from their 1981 album Tin Drum, which was released on November 13. The single reached number 32 on the UK Singles Chart. The B-side of the 7" is a remix of "Taking Islands in Africa", the final track on their previous album Gentlemen Take Polaroids (1980). The track was written by David Sylvian and Ryuichi Sakamoto, with whom Sylvian would collaborate on several recordings in the future
Japan - Visions of China Songtext. I'm walking young and strong But just a little too thin I may be happy but I haven't clue to this life in my mind. Stay with me We could learn to fight like every good boy should Cling to me We are blacked out in visions of China Tonight. I'm building heroes again I never thought of before I remember the fashion but don't have clue to your life in my mind. Stay with me We could learn to fight Like every good boy should Cling to me We are blacked out in visions of China Tonight
Japan?s fifth and final album Tin Drum was released by Virgin Records in November 1981. Generally regarded as the group?s best work, the album peaked at No. 12 in the UK and features the single, ?The Art of Parties? and the Top 5 single, ?Ghosts?. Fa 41 3136 1. I second the emotion. VISIONS OF CHINA - Canton. The Record will be issued with a new plain white sleeve.
JAPAN Tin Drum (1981) Canton. Japan Nightporter ("Oil On Canvas" (live 1983. Japan Taking Islands In Africa ("Visions of China" (bootleg) (1982. Japan Last Song For You.
I'm walking young and strong But just a little too thin I may be happy, But I don't have a clue to this life In my mind. Stay with me We could learn to fight Like every good boy should Cling to me We are blacked-out In visions of China tonight. I'm building heroes again I never thought of before I remember the fashion But don't have a clue To this life In my mind.