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That's Entertainment

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Name That's Entertainment
Album/single Sing Your Life (single)
Length 3:54
Writer/composer Paul Weller
Producer Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley
(Re)mixed by Boz Boorer (2020)
Release 1 April 1991 & 2020


Original version by The Jam (1980).
As per record center sticker (2020), additions to the original recording:

"Acoustic guitars, programming and mixing by Boz Boorer" 


Police car with a screaming siren Pneumatic drill on a ripped up concrete Baby wails, a stray dog howling Brakes screech at a lamp light blinking

That's entertainment That's entertainment

Smash of glass and a rumble of boots Electric train and a ripped up phone booth A hot day and a sticky black tarmac A hot day and I'm wishing I was far away

That's entertainment That's entertainment

Days of speed and slow time Mondays Wake up 6AM and think about your holidays Open window and breathe in petrol Cold flat with a dump on the walls

Yes, that's entertainment That's entertainment

Two lovers kissing over screams of midnight Two lovers miss the tranquility of solitude Read graffiti of slashed seat affairs Splattered walls and a kick in the balls Is all that you get, in the name of entertainment

Live History

Play count (Morrissey concert): 54

Morrissey live history:

... further results

Appears On

Discogs information (additional release)


Labels: ℗ 1980 Polydor Ltd (London) Cover: ℗ & © Polydor U.K. Ltd. Original sound recording made by Polydor Ltd (London) A Side: (from the Polydor album 'SOUND AFFECTS' - POLD 5035)


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